And how long has the voting been goin on?? do u honestly feel its working???
As a community of ork players shouldn't we all be interested in this subject??,
Pollito, 7 hours ago
In mine perspective. Its not working at all, were competeting with games that have a player base way higher than ours i mean look at hobowars for example. The best thing to do is to vote, vote, vote... If the old players arent returning were better off getting new players who wil stay and enjoy ork
the problem is that the new players quit the game because it is hard for them to grow without proper guidance from the vets.
this game does have a bit of a learning curve, so be sure to not just give a URL and say “good luck!” accept them as “students” of a sort and teach them all that you know. those who succeed in orkfia, enjoy orkfia :)
at the very least, if you're not interested in the direct route, leave an anonymous poster or two around with our URL and brief description. this is a volunteer based community game. expand our community and the game will prosper :)
i enjoyed it and decided to come back couple of months ago now, bit disapointed that it is so quiet but am trying to teach newbies so they'll like the game and stay and ask there friends
Tangleland, just now
well utopia has gotten stupid as hell, so 12 of us came over at once, and there's about 8 more on the way. Hopefully the word will spread.
that's what we're looking for!!!
I don't even know how to explain it otherwise. its the same strategy based war game idea, but the KD's (alliances) are bigger. And it's a lot more simplistic. Less races. You should just check it out... Then post in the forums how the game sucks and you're coming back here ;)
- 24-hour attack time
- 45-50 normal dpa
- politics at its worst (read: inter-KD NAPS, multi-kd gangbang)
- no 1 tick kills (unless you have a very stupid build or you got 2 kingdoms with 24 players each opping/grabbing you in 1 tick
- you don't get to pick who to play with
i've played utopia starting age 8 when HoDF was the biggest, and I discovered ork and never looked back