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[Column] WorldAlpha: Checking Out WorldAlpha

SBFordSBFord Associate Editor - News ManagerThe CitadelMMORPG.COM Staff Posts: 21,751 Epic

In today's Independency column, we take a look at WorldAlpha, a collaborative, free to play, real-world style browser game that isn't quite as scary as it sounds. Check out our preview and mini-interview before chatting WorldAlpha up in the comments.

Economy: Start by getting a basic job and buying and selling consumables. Move on to starting and maintaining an in-game business, perhaps becoming an industry mogul.

Military: Joining the army and working your way up through the ranks. Commanding troops and moving mountains.
Politics: Vote, run for office, create new political parties, propose laws and even a constitution, and basically become a power player on the political stage. Perfect for the game-oriented political wonk.

Read more of Lisa Jonte's Independency: Checking Out WorldAlpha.



  • worldalphaworldalpha Milton, ONMember Posts: 403
    Thanks Lisa for the review.  We appreciate it!

    Working on Social Strategy MMORTS (now Launched!)

  • MaelzraelMaelzrael Las Cruces, NMMember Posts: 372 Uncommon
    Sounds interesting. Heading to youtube to check it out. :D

  • flinter_hexflinter_hex Grande Prairie, ABMember Posts: 1
    It is a good game with Great people playing and running the game, i Strongly recommend the game, and if you do come to play i even more strongly suggest the country of ACanada 
  • KyleranKyleran Paradise City, FLMember Posts: 22,997 Epic
    What, no FFA full loot open world PVP? BAH /dismiss.

    Sorry, knee jerk reaction, actually it sounds somewhat interesting, and it is free to try.

    But I dunno. Maybe.

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  • TsigaroTsigaro AthensMember Posts: 2
    Hmmm while I've been playing eRepublik for almost 3 years I could say that these type of games turn to be P2P as the one who spends money in it wins every time.Also, as I've seen from the pictures, it involves real countries and that causes hatred between some communities as real life issues have strong impact in the game.On the other hand people in these games tends to be a lot more friendly as cooperation leads to better results for your community.
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