Soldiers Inc: Mobile Warfare Google Play Store pre-registration is OPEN NOW!

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Lord Oberon
17 November, 2016, 8:32 PM UTC

Soldiers Inc: Mobile Warfare Google Play Store pre-registration is OPEN NOW! Pre-register for your FREE Plarium Veteran Starter Pack and get a head-start on the competition.


Pre-register now at: plrm.me/Soldiers_Inc_Mobile


Soldiers Inc: Mobile Warfare goes LIVE on Android and iOS Nov. 30th


Don’t forget to like and share to help get the word out!


Oberon, Heir of Veyon, Scion of the Firstborn, Lord Regent of Stormfall
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IronApex Turok
17 November, 2016, 9:12 PM UTC

and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

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Sarah Walker
17 November, 2016, 10:10 PM UTC
Its a sad day when Plarium have time to make new apps with the current state this game is in , no wonder you are losing players , try fixing the games you have first before putting time and effort into making new apps 
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
18 November, 2016, 11:52 AM UTC
IronApex Turok said:

and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
Plarium Community Manager. Please note that I will be unable to respond to your private messages, review your tickets, or check your account information. All technical issues should be directed to our Support Team at plrm.me/Support_Plarium
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
18 November, 2016, 11:52 AM UTC
Sarah Walker said:

Its a sad day when Plarium have time to make new apps with the current state this game is in , no wonder you are losing players , try fixing the games you have first before putting time and effort into making new apps 
Browser and Mobile games are developed by different teams.
Plarium Community Manager. Please note that I will be unable to respond to your private messages, review your tickets, or check your account information. All technical issues should be directed to our Support Team at plrm.me/Support_Plarium
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Skycooldude
18 November, 2016, 7:29 PM UTC
Alyona Kolomiitseva said:

IronApex Turok said:

and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.
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Nemstar
19 November, 2016, 7:16 AM UTC
IronApex Turok said:

and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

Why are they advertising another game on this game?? Thats just pathetic, its like sorry guys we ruined this one. Look heres another one you can play & give us money on! Lol gtfo
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exxxe
19 November, 2016, 10:45 AM UTC

Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

I'am me and that is what i care about :)
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exxxe
19 November, 2016, 10:47 AM UTC

Nemstar said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

Why are they advertising another game on this game?? Thats just pathetic, its like sorry guys we ruined this one. Look heres another one you can play & give us money on! Lol gtfo

really so when gameloft did that with its games and several others that is not pathetic :(((

I'am me and that is what i care about :)
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IronApex Turok
19 November, 2016, 4:16 PM UTC

exxxe said:


Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

not according to plarium CEO Avi Shalel


"Our expansion within mobile platforms is of course our top near-term priority."



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exxxe
19 November, 2016, 5:28 PM UTC

IronApex Turok said:


exxxe said:


Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

not according to plarium CEO Avi Shalel


"Our expansion within mobile platforms is of course our top near-term priority."



right well i guess the keyword here is "expansion"

I'am me and that is what i care about :)
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Extremption
20 November, 2016, 1:56 PM UTC
IronApex Turok said:

exxxe said:


Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

not according to plarium CEO Avi Shalel


"Our expansion within mobile platforms is of course our top near-term priority."



Do you think theyll admit to all of this?? Lol no they'll milk us like cows before it ends like all greedy mofos, sad really. In real life, wouldn't get away with this nonsense
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IronApex Turok
20 November, 2016, 8:41 PM UTC
Extremption said:




Do you think theyll admit to all of this?? Lol no they'll milk us like cows before it ends like all greedy mofos, sad really. In real life, wouldn't get away with this nonsense
theyve admitted it in not so exact words.    life span of the average MMO browser game is 10 years, according to avi shalel, and this game is 5 years in.  but in those 5 years, technology and trends have lept towards the mobile platforms. in order for plarium to see the profit they want out of this game, they have to squeeze us hard to get before the browser meduim goes bust. 
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Nemstar
20 November, 2016, 10:55 PM UTC

IronApex Turok said:


Extremption said:





Do you think theyll admit to all of this?? Lol no they'll milk us like cows before it ends like all greedy mofos, sad really. In real life, wouldn't get away with this nonsense
theyve admitted it in not so exact words.    life span of the average MMO browser game is 10 years, according to avi shalel, and this game is 5 years in.  but in those 5 years, technology and trends have lept towards the mobile platforms. in order for plarium to see the profit they want out of this game, they have to squeeze us hard to get before the browser meduim goes bust. 

Sounds about right.


Time to find a new MMO & take my money elsewhere, i understand the business structure but the way Plarium has executed it makes my blood boil. Nothing short of day-light robbery
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roadstar Pitbull
20 November, 2016, 11:45 PM UTC

exxxe said:


Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

A new browser game,,, how nice.

1) Most of which, have A) required more money, B) have done nothing to significantly improve the game C) have created more issues/bugs...

2) When by all accounts (I do not play them all), none are stable or consistent ,without bugs, etc... why not make another????

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Extremption
20 November, 2016, 11:47 PM UTC
roadstar Pitbull said:

exxxe said:


Skycooldude said:


Alyona Kolomiitseva said:


IronApex Turok said:


and this is the real reason behind the beacon massacres.


to drive players to the mobile platforms. force them to quit the browser based games and move on to mobile apps. 

We don't force players to quit. We introduce our new game. Maybe some players will be interested in it.
While indirectly you do not force players to quit, every update you have had in the past 6 months has caused players to leave this game. Right now the strategy for plarium is to see how much $ they can squeeze from the community before shutting down their browser based games in favor of focusing solely on mobile apps.

that assumption is completely false for two reasons 

1) plarium has been delivering lots of updates in the past 6 months 

2) there is a brand new browser game coming soon (vikings)

note that viking was first launched on mobile and now it is coming to plarium.com 


this means plarium is still very well invested in browser games :))

A new browser game,,, how nice.

1) Most of which, have A) required more money, B) have done nothing to significantly improve the game C) have created more issues/bugs...

2) When by all accounts (I do not play them all), none are stable or consistent ,without bugs, etc... why not make another????

All they see is $$$ Roadster. If you want to be treated like a human being & not a number then its time to go elsewhere. With the new xpac of WoW "Legion" heard nothing but good things so ill be heading back there i think, this game & plarium can get F'd lol
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Extremption
20 November, 2016, 11:49 PM UTC
Nemstar said:

IronApex Turok said:


Extremption said:





Do you think theyll admit to all of this?? Lol no they'll milk us like cows before it ends like all greedy mofos, sad really. In real life, wouldn't get away with this nonsense
theyve admitted it in not so exact words.    life span of the average MMO browser game is 10 years, according to avi shalel, and this game is 5 years in.  but in those 5 years, technology and trends have lept towards the mobile platforms. in order for plarium to see the profit they want out of this game, they have to squeeze us hard to get before the browser meduim goes bust. 

Sounds about right.


Time to find a new MMO & take my money elsewhere, i understand the business structure but the way Plarium has executed it makes my blood boil. Nothing short of day-light robbery
Ditto
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IronApex Turok
21 November, 2016, 3:05 AM UTC

please review this thread


http://plarium.com/forum/en/stormfall-age-of-war/game-discussion/31715_marketing

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NIKITA METEOR
Administrator
21 November, 2016, 1:11 PM UTC

IronApex Turok said:


please review this thread


http://plarium.com/forum/en/stormfall-age-of-war/game-discussion/31715_marketing

I have checked this thread. As I see some of comments were deleted because they were irrelevant.

Community manager
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