OGPlanet: Free Virtual Money

Online gaming portal OGPlanet.eu have sent us a couple of hundred virtual currency codes, worth €3 each. Games on the portal (which include multiplayer fighting games, and the obligatory fantasy MMORPG) are free-to-play, but have micro-transaction stuff supporting them via a virtual currency across the portal. If you want to try it out send us an email via this link, and don’t change that subject line, or our indentured email-slave will get confused and retreat to his nest. First come first served, until the codes are gone. The codes can be redeemed under the “Coupon Number” option in your profile. Beware that these codes only work on the EU portal, not the North American one.


  1. HexagonalBolts says:

    I’m positively itching with anticipation.

    • aldo says:

      I’m positively itching with anticipation.

      They have ointments for that, nowadays.

  2. Cooper says:

    Negligible prize (€3 per person is hardly anything, but at over a hundred may get a few hooked) + Front page ad for free (masquerading as a news post from a respectable news source – but an ad nonetheless) playing into the hands of an industry section run entirely by marketing execs does not a good publication make.
    Competitions so far here have been worthwhile. But you’re above this, surely?

    • Jim Rossignol says:

      Above giving away free stuff to readers? No, we’re really not. All the competitions we run are promotional, or they wouldn’t happen. They’re not “masquerading” as anything.

  3. Stephan says:

    The 100 Astro coupon is a great way to get started with our games at OGPlanet. We also have a major promotion at the moment offering players of Lunia Chronicles the opportunity to win a DELL XPS gaming laptop. You can check it our at http://lunia.ogplanet.eu. Try out our games and send us your feedback. Thanks.

  4. Andy says:

    It does smell a bit of shameless promotion on the part OGPlanet (free ad for a site no ones heard of, negligible loss to them) but I for one trust our RPS overlords.

  5. undead dolphin hacker says:

    OGPlanet is (apparently) Nexon’s EU division. Nexon is known for the popular Dungeon Fighter online game, which is actually rather clever. Lumia is relatively well-reviewed and well-known for the F2P MMORPG market.

    It’s legit.