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Warrior Epic expands to Facebook and iPhone

Rubi Bayer, @@rubi_
December 14, 2009
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Warrior Epic, the free-to-play MMO from True Games, is joining what very well may be the next big thing for MMO gaming: they now have an iPhone app. They follow in the footsteps of games like Fallen Earth and Crime Craft, who led the charge earlier this year by announcing that they were working on iPhone apps.

Now while we know you'd never play while you were in class or at work, this is a handy way to get your Warrior Epic fix during your lunch hour or between classes. The game is available free of charge at the iPhone App store and is a quick and easy way to check out the game if you haven't yet, or to expand your gameplay if you're already a fan. The iPhone app isn't the only new direction True Games is taking with Warrior Epic. If you're on Facebook, there will be an app for Warrior Epic there very soon as well.




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