InnoGames Celebrates Easter
InnoGames announced a series of new events in all of its games just in time for Easter. Elvenar, Forge of Empires, and Grepolis all have activities kicking off over the next few weeks -- starting with Phoenix egg hunting in Elvenar. This first event kicked off today and tasks players with collecting a new resource, Sky Essence, which allows players to open Phoenix eggs and get prizes as well as Phoenix feathers. Players who collect enough feathers can earn really valuable items, like buildings.
In Forge of Empires, players will head to Japan in a new spring questline starting March 38. Players will be rewarded with spring lanterns they can use to open chests for completing quests. As with the phoenix feathers in Elvenar, some of those rewards are buildings.
Grepolis' event -- "Trial of Slingers" -- kicks off April 13 and will run until May 1. During this event, players will teach young Greeks to shoot by smashing vases containing eggs. Those who complete a collection of eggs will receive awards.
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