I spent a good bit of this past weekend playing a collectible card game (CCG) called Solforge on my iPad (it’s also available as a free download on the PC from Steam). It got me to thinking: could this be a way Wizard101 makes the jump from computer-based MMO to mobile-based gaming?
Streaming can be a fickle mistress. Sometimes it works great, and those are sweet, sweet days.
Sometimes, not so much.
You heard me right. Why do Pirates get a day celebrating their vernacular when we Wizards get nothing?! It’s time to rise up, my Arcane bretheren! Time to demand our own day – ‘Talk Like A Wizard!’
(And maybe have a contest while we’re at it…)
Talk about your weird promotions…
Let’s say you’d like to get a REALLY exclusive Pirate ship. One that will cost you, say, about $50. Visiontek can help you out! Oh, and they’ll throw in a graphics card to boot!
Avast ye scurvy OS X-using sky dogs! Cast off yer PC emulator and get yourself the Pirate101 Mac client! No more shall ye force yer fine piece o’computin’ to believe it’s a PC! Run up the skull and crossbones and get your Mac Pirate on!
Jump over to the Pirate101 Update Notes for all the info! See you on the skyways!
We gather here today to celebrate the life of Warhammer Online, who has now returned to its home with…other MMOs in the MMO afterlife.
(Or something like that…)