You folks remember Travian Games, right? At one point, the company was designated as the European publisher for both Crowfall and Shroud of the Avatar, and while it’s not in that role anymore, it does still have games of its own – including, as I recently learned, a 15-year-old MMORTS dubbed Travian Legends. The game is currently celebrating that very birthday with what devs are calling the Codex Victoria event, which has already roped in “over 200,000 players” of the game’s 10M registered users.
“Travian: Legends is a ‘build and raid’ game at heart. Players start off with a small village and expand a prospering empire by executing smart strategies, interacting in trade and diplomacy with other players, and engaging in fierce battles over valuable resources, villages, and tactical locations. The main objective is to claim total victory of the server at the end of each round, and be crowned the best player. […] In Codex Victoria, the player chooses one of the five Travian tribes to start their first of many villages. Set on a map of ancient Europe, players join alliances, take certain roles and tasks to conquer different regions of the ancient European area. The game is still fun and challenging, as only one group of players can win the game. Reworked visuals for each tribal village and the game interface have been added, as well as more detailed player statistics and game features.”
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