Hey, everyone! What’s free and now available to everyone with an internet connection? Hang on, my phone’s ringing… What? She’s crying! You’re right, I should stop and think before posting open-ended questions to a popular website. No, I guess I didn’t think it through. Look, Dad, there’s no smoke withou – okay! Jeez. Tell her I’m sorry. Hey, everyone! What game’s now free and now available to everyone with an internet connection? Everyone answering Anno Online, I appreciate your ability to see past a “your mother” joke. You’ve made a retirement age lady very happy.
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Posts Tagged ‘Anno Online’
By Craig Pearson on May 15th, 2013.
By Richard Cobbett on August 16th, 2012.
Two things immediately jumped up and waved pointedly when I heard about Anno Online. First, ‘Online’ isn’t a year – that name is Silly. Second, doesn’t Ubisoft/Blue Byte already have a historical, economics focused city-builder game called The Settlers Online? For the first, the answer was ‘Nobody likes a padent’. As for the second, yes, there are definite similarities, but Anno Online takes a rather different approach to creating the perfect society…
By John Walker on August 15th, 2012.
Ubisoft are putting a lot of stuff online. There’s Anno Online, Silent Hunter Online, and Might & Magic Heroes Online, and you can see a trailer for each of them downstairs. These are browser-based free-to-play reincarnations of the popular, long-time franchises. Do you want those then?