Games Outside of Games: Tribal Wars Announces Castle Assault Event
Don't have enough time to sit and play a browser game but want to get your fix of earning rewards when you're away from your PC? If you're a Tribal Wars player, the Castle Assault event may be just the thing to tide you over until you get home.
Innogames has announced that for two weeks the Castle Assault event will be available in its free to play strategy game Tribal Wars. This event operates in an entirely different menu system and tasks players with assigning resources to destroy castles. Based on your performance and contributions to the castle assault you'll be rewarded with event medals that can be used in the event shop to earn other buffs that are retained even after the event ends.
A tutorial and a list of potential prizes can be found on the Tribal Wars site.
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