Ngames, award-winning publisher of online games, are generously rewarding players with extra special items and free in-game currency for signing up to the open beta of free-to-play MMORPG, Fairy Story Online.
Thousands of players are being offered opportunities to claim extra special gifts as part of the open beta for the colourful Anime-styled MMORPG, Fairy Story Online. To claim the items new players simply have to register a free account and login to earn $ 15 USD of in-game currency.
And the magic doesn’t stop there. Players that have the guts to challenge quirky monsters in particular maps will also have the chance to win a big gift worth $ 300 USD of in-game currency. New players should take encouragement in the ease at which its possible to claim their big effort at the first attempt â€“ the Little Troublemakers family that threaten the peace of Sunshine City can run, but they cannot hide.
Marketing Director of Ngames commented, â€œWe’re absolutely delighted at the number of new player sign-ups during the open beta. The passion of the players is evident: we’ve seen players rank as high as level 37 only several days in to the betaâ€.
Look out for other rewarding activity during the open beta to claim special gifts: Leveling Up Campaign, 1.5x EXP Helps You Grow in the Weekend, Pet Head Synthesizing Contest, I Love Sports, Pet Show; Items Show; Mount Show.
New recruits to Fairy Story Online will join their heroic brethren of the Clover Hunters with the objective to restore justice and colour to fairytale kingdom Sunshine City. Explore an expansive and spectacular 3D fantasy world by foot on or mounts; synthesize cute pets to fortify your kill attempts in battle; customize weapons and a range of protection clothing before engaging in battle with unique grizzly monsters; and interact with the vibrant online community.
Fairy Story Online welcomes the experienced, as well as the first-time MMO player, through its friendly newbie guide and 24/7 online support: http://fs.game321.com/game_document/myfirsttime/139.html