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  Easter on gamigo – Not for Chickens
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04/15/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Hamburg, 15 April 2014 – The Easter bunny decided to take a somewhat longer break on gamigo this year and used the opportunity to hide lots of little Easter eggs within gamigo's varied gaming portfolio. During the Easter period players can look forward to plenty of Easter surprises, large and small. Happy Easter! 

From Sherlock Bunny to Galactic Easter Bunnies

As part of the classic fantasy game Fiesta Online , the renowned detective Sherlock Bunny urgently needs players to help him. The objective is as follows: Find the Easter eggs ordered especially for the holidays by Lady Myzen, as they seem to have gone missing on the way to Elderine.  Anyone who helps Sherlock Bunny find these wonderful eggs between 14 and 25 April can keep its colorful contents. But that's not all: The Fiesta Team invites all players to post pictures of their best and most creative Easter eggs on Facebook. The Fiesta Team will continue collecting the masterpieces until 20 April, the most inventive artists will receive lots of shiny rewards.

In Last Chaos you need to collect as many Easter eggs as will fit in your basket. Each Easter egg contains a fantastic Easter gift. But keep an eye out! Players can also find other cool events within the game over Easter.

Shoo, get in that Easter basket

From 16 April to 23 April, players face a beastly threat on Pirate Galaxy : the Galactic Easter Bunny! In order to fend off this imminent threat to humanity, you need to complete specific Easter missions. Every system you protect provides rare ship construction plans as a reward.

The Easter Bunny has hidden away some particularly special Easter eggs on Dino Storm . Every egg contains some exclusive and colorful paint for a dinosaur. All Dino fans can go on the Easter egg hunt between 16 and 23 April.

On King of Kings 3 the idea is also: look for colorful eggs. The "Easter Egg Hunt" event is on until the 28 April and offers those who complete their daily quest an awesome reward. But whoever finds the Easter egg hunt too exhausting but still wants a few extra Easter eggs might find what they are looking for on Dragon Nest : Just stay online and until 7 May the Easter eggs will just keep on rolling into the Easter basket of their own accord.

gamigo Easter eggs rolling all over the place…

Watch out! In addition to the Easter events in the differing games, the gamigo Easter Bunny has also decided to do something very special: All players have the chance to win great prizes by taking part in the gamigo Easter event. The industrious Master Hare and his helpers have hidden lots of golden gamigo eggs on all of the gamigo product pages. You need to find these and count them. All other information can be found here in the gamigo nest.

Easter a little different for once! Supremacy 1914

For those who do not feel like Easter Eggs or the Master Hare; they can use the holidays to prove their worth on Europe's battlefields by rewriting history. As of today, strategy fans on gamigo will sure get their money's worth with Supremacy 1914 . This thrilling real-time strategy game allows players to try and take the power into their own hands in World War I. Here they can choose from among 30 different European nations. 

About gamigo AG          

gamigo AG (founded in 2000) is a leading publisher and distributor of free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOG) in Europe and North America. Its over 100 employees in Hamburg, Berlin, San Francisco (USA) and Seoul (Korea) are in charge of marketing, customer relations, IT, support, game optimization and community management for its comprehensive portfolio of titles. "Fiesta Online" and "Last Chaos" are two examples of gamigo's very successful multiplayer online role-playing games with a long-standing and loyal customer base. gamigo has a total of more than 15 million registered game accounts worldwide. In addition to online multiplayer games, gamigo plans to grow its offering of mobile games.