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oracle of ages
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to the moon, athena
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Post by Eorl @ 10:13am 31/12/12 | 0 Comments
Independent developer Archive Entertainment has revealed a free Player versus Player update is now available for their 8BitMMO title, where users can build houses, castles, even entire cities in a retro-style construction sandbox. The update will enable players the chance to create their own PvP arenas to fight in, including a new "Bounty" mode.
A major update to the game was just released which enables Player vs Player gameplay, rewarding users for engaging in combat in specified arenas. As the world is 100% player-built, any player can create a PvP arena. Arenas can be marked for simple PvP gameplay or for a more advanced 'Bounty' game mode in which players compete for the highest consecutive kill count. Alternatively, players may build their own Dungeon areas, which will allow for Player vs Environment gameplay.
8BitMMO is available only on PC and can check out the free game over at the official website, including a run down of recent updates over here.













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