InnoGames publishes iPad version with single-sign on and full cross-platform functionality
Hamburg, June 5, 2014. Today,InnoGames releases the long-awaited iPad version of its award-winning online game Forge of Empires. The real time strategy game is now available to download on the App store – players can login on the iPad with their browser account, switch back and forth between devices or create an entirely new account on the tablet.
The user interface has been optimized for touchscreen and supports multi-touch gestures. Additionally, the game’s reworked graphics fully utilize the iPads high-resolution retina-tablets. Watch the launch trailer to find out more about the iPad app and the iPad fan contest via Forge of Empire’s Facebook page.
The optimized touch controls, visuals and direct play support allow for a true mobile gaming experience – also sporting full cross-platform functionality, the app enables players with a browser account to log in via the iPad, continue playing and then switch back to the browser at any time, without ever losing progress. Accounts that are created on the iPad can also be used to access the browser version. The recently released Postmodern Era can be played on the iPad as well. The iPad release is part of InnoGames’ ongoing cross-platform strategy. The team is already working on the iPhone- and Android-Versions for Forge of Empires, which will follow at a later date.
Forge of Empires is a browser-based strategy game in which players, tasked with leading a city to prosperity, can research new technologies, build impressive historical buildings and enlarge their sphere of influence through military campaigns and skillful dealing. The game has been awarded the title of “Best Browser Game” at the 2013 German Computer Game Award (Deutscher Computerspielpreis). Forge of Empires reached more than 15 million registered users and is playable in 23 languages.
With more than 120 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world’s leading developers and providers of online games. The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games such as Tribal Wars, Forge of Empires and Grepolis.