R2 Games Celebrates The Third Age 2nd Anniversary With A Special Gift For Players
R2 Games' browser and mobile-based game The Third Age is turning two and the company has decided to celebrate by offering players a special gift code. The code -- which can be used until the end of June, contains the following:
- 20 Resource Chests
- 10 - 30 min Building Speed-Up
- 10 - 30 min Training Speed-Up
- 50 gems
The code, for those of you wanting these goodies, is pretty lengthy. You'll likely want to copy and paste it rather than bothering with typing it in. The problem we have is that while it's obvious from the press release they intended to let us know how to use the code, they didn't actually include that information. For those of you who've redeemed codes for The Third Age before, this should be easy enough. For anyone who hasn't, poke around your account for a code redemption area... or ask a friend in game.
Here's your code:
About the Author
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.
You May Enjoy
New Dauntless Behemoth Is A "Mechanized, Avian Monstrosity" Phaelanx
Today's update also has a new omnicell that reduces ability cooldowns.By Jason Winter - 2 weeks ago
Apple Won't Allow Epic And Fortnite Back On iOS Until Court Judgment Is Final
Tim Sweeney thinks that could take up to five years.By Jason Winter - 14 hours ago
Take A Peek At The New Interactive World Map For New World, That'll Kill Some Time Before Launch, Right?
Something to tide you over a bit until launch!By Michael Byrne - 1 week ago
Dual Universe Launches Ares Update Less Than A Month After Putting It On The Roadmap
This is a PvP-focused update for you fans of the pew-pew.By QuintLyn Bowers - 2 days ago
PlanetSide 2's New Player Experience Goes Live Thursday
Lots of tweaks and changes for veteran players, too.By Jason Winter - 1 week ago
Activision Blizzard Is Now Under Investigation By The SEC (UPDATED w/response)
Agency has subpoenaed CEO Bobby Kotick, wants to see his personal communications.By Jason Winter - 3 days ago