AAKbah free today in LOCO plus new mission boards
Land of Chaos Online (LOCO) is celebrating the arrival of its newest character, AAKbah, today, by offering it free throughout today. Just grab it in the AP shop for free, and the card will be good for a full 24 hours once activated.
burda:ic is also going to release new mission boards every week, of a 7×7 size – meaning there will be a new 49 weekly quests each week for players to enjoy and attempt to get the special rare rewards for completing them all.
burda:ic (AlaPlaya) also publishes Avalon Heroes, Florensia, and S4 League.
Land of Chaos Online Gameplay Screenshot
MEDIA ALERT: burda:ic Declares “AAKbah Day” in Land Of Chaos Online – New Hero Free to Try All Day!MUNICH – September 20, 2010
burda:ic, a leading publisher of online games worldwide, has announced that hero cards for LOCO – Land of Chaos Online’s new powerhouse character, AAKbah, are available to all players at no charge for the entirety of today, Monday Sept. 20! Anyone who would like to try out this structure-destroying hero can grab a card right now by logging into LOCO and heading to the AP Shop. Once activated, the hero card is good for 24 hours.
burda:ic has also revealed that new mission boards will be added to LOCO on a weekly basis. Mission boards are similar to a bingo card—when a row of quests on the mission board is completed, players are rewarded with a new item. If the entire mission board is completed, players receive a very rare and unique prize. All the new mission boards will be 7×7, giving players a total of 49 new quests to complete every week!
For more information about LOCO – Land of Chaos Online, head to the newly updated official site at http://loco.en.alaplaya.net/
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