MMORPG Tycoon 2 continues as we meet yet another of the evil Coffee Brigade, this time hiding out in another very cold area indeed, complete with a base filled with sinister looking trees. But who could they be?!
Creating this new area does take a bit of the load from the Land of Latte but due to a lack of funds (again!) there's not much for people to do so their interest fades quickly. As the money comes in we're able to make it a much more interesting region.
We also add some new abilities to our player classes that they can reach when they're at level 5, which might well help us creep past that seven-thousand subscriber peak we seem to have reached.
NOTE: This is the Early Access version of the game.
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