Spacetime Studios has released their popular mobile MMORPGs Pocket Legends and Star Legends on the Chrome web browser as downloadable apps at the Chrome Web Store. This latest release takes the fantasy and sci-fi action of the mobile favorites and puts them onto desktops and laptops for those who enjoy the experience while not on-the-go.
To celebrate the release of the Chrome browser versions of these games, Spacetime Studios is holding a special contest for those who login over the weekend of December 9 through 11. The contest has just kicked off, and participants will have until Sunday at midnight to login to their accounts, and this also applies to new members who create their accounts within the timeframe as well. Participants who login during the weekend will be entered to win the new Chromebook PC.
This is a big step for the mobile developer who has made great strides in creating a fully featured MMO on the mobile market, and now they are aiming at full platform dominance. They claim that the two MMOs are now the very first games in the genre to be playable across smartphones, tablets and computers. ”There have always been technical walls between players of different platforms,” Spacetime CEO Gary Gattis said. “Now, people are free to play on the device they choose with anyone, anywhere, anytime, whether they are at home or on-the-go.”
For those unfamiliar with the “Legends” branded MMOs from Spacetime Studios, these games play as bite-sized versions of games like World of Warcraft. Players can choose between three character classes (melee, range and magic) and set off on adventures through various realms. The game is based on the free to play model where the core experience can be played, but premium worlds, potions, weapons and accessories are also available to players.
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