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  InnoGames Countdowns to Easter with New Ingame Events
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Hamburg, March 20. Leading up to Easter, InnoGames announces a whole series of new events in its games. From today on, Elvenar players can look forward to collecting mysterious Phoenix eggs. Additionally, Forge of Empires starts a new spring questline on March 28 followed by the events in The West and Grepolis, starting on April 3 and 13.

In Elvenar, players will be able to collect a mysterious new resource until April 17: Sky essence. This supply will allow players to open three different sized Phoenix eggs and get great prizes. In addition, some of these eggs will contain valuable Phoenix feathers. Those who collect enough of these feathers can look forward to particularly valuable rewards including one of three new buildings.

To welcome the Spring, InnoGames‘ strategy city-builder, Forge of Empires, takes fans on a tour of Japan. From March 28 until April 17, players will be rewarded with spring lanterns after successfully completing quests. With these, they can then open three different types of chests which hold different rewards including various new buildings.

This year, Grepolis brings back their “Trial of Slingers" event until May 1. Players will act as mentors to young Greeks as they teach the art of shooting by smashing three kinds of vases. Hidden in the pots are eggs which allow players to add them to their collection. By completing a collection, players will gain various awards and rewards.


The annual Easter event in The West runs from April 3 to April 24.

With 130 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world's leading developers and providers of online games. Currently, the Hamburg-based company employs 350 professionals from 25 nations. InnoGames has scored major success with games such as Tribal Wars, Grepolis and Forge of Empires.