InnoGames' Grepolis Turns 10
September isn't over yet, gang. And yes, we have yet another tenth anniversary to celebrate. This time it's InnoGames' strategy game Grepolis. For ten years, players have been building cities in ancient Greece and forging alliances with one another in an effort to create the ultimate kingdom.
During the last ten years, players have founded nearly 5 million poleis. They also trained over 85 billion units. For combat, they forged over 660k alliances and together have fought over 300 million battles. As for quests... players have managed to complete 438 million of those.
Of course, all this activity has taken place across multiple platforms, including not just PC but also iOS and Android. This means it has a bit of extra room to pull all those players in from. It doesn't seem that InnoGames is hosting any kind of events for this anniversary. But still. Happy Birthday to Grepolis.
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