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Submitted by jimmytran 721d ago | news

Appirits released Monster Square Updates for Einherjar

Appirits, the Japanese developer of the turn-based browser game Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood has just released several big updates for the game in order to improve gaming experience for their community since 6 March 2013 (GMT+8). The update phase includes several factors regarding a new building, some monster units and other new items and equipment. Details are as below.

First of all, there will be more new fighting units joining in the game’s world. They are monsters that have been defeated by Einherjar heroes and now have surrendered their evil path to fight alongside with players. They can be summoned by gold from a brand new building called MONSTER SQUARE. For this update time, those new monster units include Fairy -> Sylph -> Dark Sylph/High Sylph, Undead -> Skull Viking -> Dark Night, Ogre -> Juton -> Ymir/Muspel.

Secondly, the hero summon will be adjusted properly to bring players more benefits when using Power. From now on, elite heroes with special skills (Lightning... (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, PC)

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