Posted by : Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Tokyo, Japan – 8 August 2012 - After collecting players’ comments and requests for developing Einherjar The Viking’s Blood, the game’s developer Appirits has just announced that the World Chat function has been completed and will be added as a live channel for all players since 8 August 2012 (SGT or GMT+8).

With this update, players can freely discuss with other players and guild members while going on expeditions, joining in colonial battles, collecting natural resources, etc. The interface of the World Chat is simple enough to provide players a channel of useful information from all players as well as not to distract players from their gaming process. Especially, by using the "Search Friend" and "Friend List" functions included in the chat, players can easily find and chat directly with their friends.
And the old guild chat tab will be removed to avoid players from any unnecessary confusion.
Through this update, Appirits is trying to keep up with their goal that is continuously improving the game for players’ playing experience. Appirits hopes that players will continue supporting and contributing ideas to make Einherjar more exciting and gripping.
About Einherjar: Einherjar – The Viking’s Blood ( is a browser-based game combining smooth turn-based tactic and RPG elements that let players start as Viking leaders and strengthen their Viking clans. Players must train their armies through numerous battles and master tactics for each type of map to subjugate their opponents and forge a vast Viking empire!
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About Appirits:
Appirits (formerly known as KBMJ) is a corporation specialized in developing Internet systems and services. Appirits has participated in the web game market since 2010 and is creating many new games with nearly 11 years of experience in the web industry.
Tel: +81-3-6696-1207

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