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Skylancer officially launches

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Alaplaya has officially launched Skylancer, a free-to-play browser strategy game.

The release includes official support for six languages. Along with the release, an update adds new quests aimed to make leveling up easier above and below level 20, plus an improved matchmaking system for PvP.

Alaplaya also publishes Maestia and Land of Chaos Online.

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Official launch of Skylancer – Battle for Horizon in six languages

Munich, Germany, March 20, 2012. Following the successful open beta phase, the free-to-play browser strategy game Skylancer – Battle for Horizon is officially launched today. At the time of its release, the title is available in six languages, and contains new quests and an improved PvP* matchmaking system. Air pirates can now register free of charge at and delve into the adventure-filled world of the browser-based MMO.

Skylancers conquer the world
At the time of its release, Skylancer – Battle for Horizon is available in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, and Turkish. Each country has its own game world. In addition to the contents of the open beta phase, a number of new quests for PvE** fans are now playable. These are aimed at low-level players as well as more experienced players who have already completed level 20, and enable PvE players to level up even more smoothly than before. The PvP matchmaking system has also been optimized and provides improved opportunities for players to compare their skills with each other.

About Skylancer – Battle for Horizon
As the ruler of a flying island, the player will encounter many different challenges in Skylancer – Battle for Horizon: building up an island, embarking on exciting quests, gathering and managing resources, sending increasingly powerful troops into battle with different special abilities, exploring the planet of Horizon, and even taking part in a race to build a tower to the moon, where even more valuable resources await.

The free-to-play browser game combines elements such as quest systems, leveling up and PvP combat with elements of building simulations and strategy games.

Skylancer – Battle for Horizon is being created by the development studio Chimera Entertainment in Munich together with its publishing partner GamesInFlames, and distributed by ProSiebenSat.1 Games.

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