Developer LOYGAME announced today that its latest game, Star of Heroes is officially live and available to anyone via web browser on the game's official site. In honor of the launch, the company is celebrating with a week full of events -- as well as rewards for those that participated in the game's beta test.
The Star of Heroes team will be sharing gifts with beta testers as well as anyone who joins the game during the first official week of gameplay, as well as giving them opportunities to win more items by following the game's social accounts. Twitter followers will recieve multiple codes for in-game prizes.
Players will also be rewarded for purchasing dimonds during the event, with VIP status. This will allow them more stamina and skill points per day.
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