In my second blog post regarding the changes in the T4.4. version of the Travian browsergame, I would like to introduce 4 new features, all revolving around the wonders of the world.Since the feedback we received about the wonder of the world changes on our birthday server was positive throughout, we have decided to keep them in the new version as well. Read More
Finally the time has come: The new Travian version will start this coming Monday on a number of game worlds.
It’s called T4.4 – you’ll still have to wait a bit longer for T5 :).The version comes with a range of changes us players have wished for and which have now been implemented. Over the coming days, I’ll provide you with a lot of information about the changes. Of course, I’ll also let you know my stance as a player on these changes, particularly where they affect game play and tactics. Read More
Hi, I am Maxi, the one who gives you the facts about the upcoming T5 version. I taped a video, so that you will know a little more about me. You and I are not always happy with the development team. Sometimes, we just want more information. I will change that 😉
Write a comment if u have further questions or would like that I report about a special topic.
Tell us your name / nickname and how old you are.
Nickname: Pixelpuppe or simply Pixel
Age: erm… 29… for the 3rd time 🙂
What is your profession?
I’m a half-finished medical secretary, with half an IT degree, a helper syndrome and an obsession for perfection.
Well, that, or a front-end developer 😀 Read More
When creating a new world, one of the biggest tasks is to decide on the shape. A “circle” already exists in RL, and we had something similar to a donut in T4. The old Romans believed they were living in a world the shape of a disk. We’ll use a disc then, as T5 will try to be fairly close to the stories of ancient times. Read More
Yet another competition was held on the German Travian forum in November. They were looking for interesting, funny or bizarre battle reports. Now, you might assume this would mainly be about troop strength – but far from it. The opposite really was the case, for example a rat defending a village by defeating the attacking hero, or an attack with a single catapult that resulted in the destruction of a village.