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NGames Reveals Call of Alliance – A New Fantasy MMORPG Launching This August
NGames reveals another all-new title for the burgeoning portal

NGames, a leading online games publisher, is today excited to reveal Call of Alliance – a brand new fantasy MMORPG launching this August on the portal.

Call of Alliance is a real-time fantasy action MMORPG that transports players to ancient continents and challenges them to create their own legend. As the ultimate battle between good and evil spills onto earth, players must embark on a journey through a vast and varied world brought to life with stunning hand painted scenery. Ancient forests, icy tundras, lava volcanoes and more await brave adventurers, and so does the devil himself!

Heroes come in many shapes and sizes in the world of Call of Alliance. Whether a Harpit, Mia, Human, Elf, Dwarf, Treant, or Orc-class, players are given the freedom to craft their own story and adventure. Skills can be freely combined to create powerful heroes, pieces of equipment can be enhanced in a variety of ways, and there are tons of cool mounts to tame, customize and ride into battle with friends!

The upcoming free-to-play game boasts an array of innovative gameplay modes, featuring over 20 meticulously designed instances, regular daily events and a plethora of breathtaking multi-party PVP modes.

Players are accompanied by their very own powerful Goddesses, who can be customized and trained to fend off enemies. Call of Alliance heroes will befriend many different goddess on their journey and will benefit from each in different ways. A timely attribute boost whenever a goddess unleashes her AOE skills might just turn a battle into a victory.


Coming soon, Call of Alliance is the latest addition to the ever-growing portal, where gamers can enjoy a variety of MMORPG's, such as arcade action-MMO Endless Fury, new casual adventure Demon Crusade, and more with just one account:

Publisher NGames will be releasing more information on Call of Alliance in the coming weeks.


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