Here we are at the end of another year. And what a year it was. 2016 will probably not be anyone’s favorite if we look back on global events but if we reflect on the world of Travian, we cannot help but smile. Continue reading… “Travian – A Year in Review”
A brief review
A successful 2016 filled with exciting tasks, experiences and new projects now lies (almost) behind us. Following an amazing Christmas party, we are now quickly approaching the most festive days of the year. Continue reading… “My impressions of Travian’s 2016 Christmas party”
Soon we will start a special Travian: Kingdoms test server to try out some significant rule changes to how alliances and kingdoms work in the game, as well as a rebalancing of victory point stealing and bonuses for holding Wonders of the World. The following blog post will lay out the changes in detail. Continue reading… “A Very Special Test Server”
What exactly is localization and what work does it involve? Robert from the localization team was kind enough to answer these questions and more in an interview. Continue reading… “What is… localization?”
Good news, everyone! We gave our good-old chat system a complete overhaul and included a few new features. Continue reading… “Travian Kingdoms: The new chat system is here!”
While doing some research to find more people to interview for our “What does a… do?” column, a sudden knock on my door broke my concentration: A bearded man with glasses stuck his head in at the door and said “Hi Anny, I am Joe King!” – An interview with the unofficial expert of Travian: Kingdoms? Why not? Continue reading… “What exactly does… Joe King?”
Short waiting times are as much a part of Travian as Theutates Thunder is a part of a good Gaul army. Experienced players know that this time is best spent planning and communicating with their own alliance. Continue reading… “Travian: Kingdoms: New building offers free mini games”
Небольшие периоды ожидания точно такая же часть Travian, как тевтатские громы – хорошее подспорье в галльской армии. Опытные игроки знают, что эти периоды лучше всего провести, планируя действия и общаясь со своим альянсом. Continue reading… “Travian: Kingdoms: Новое здание с бесплатными мини-играми”
We’re going to revise the building queue in an upcoming update. The current version has turned out to be not all that user-friendly and, especially for new players, really hard to understand. We would therefore like to make the building queue simpler and easier to understand visually in order to improve its overall usability. In turn, we also see this process as an opportunity to tweak a few things with respect to the functionality itself. Continue reading… “Building queue”
The deed is done! Our Travian: Kingdoms app has been rolled out to all countries. TK2GO is available for iOS and Android and premiered in Denmark on August 3rd 2015. German players could first download the app on September 30th, 2015, followed by Czech and French users on October 22nd, 2015.
With TK2GO, you can manage your kingdom as a king or governor while on the go: Train troops, complete missions and let your villages flourish, whenever, wherever.
Watch this video to get a first impression of TK2GO.
Don’t forget to tell your fellow players and friends about TK2GO. We are looking forward to hearing your feedback. See you on the battlefield!