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Open Beta for Dreamlords Starts Today

Posted Fri, May 23, 2008 by Ram

Hey Peeps! It's That Time Again.

You guessed it. Open beta time people. This time around it's Dreamlords in the hot seat. Pull up a chair and get to it man.

After an extensive closed beta testing, endless hours without sleep and fighting bugs, The Reawakening is now ready to move on to the public beta stage. Amazing feedback, constructive criticism and love letters from the truly devoted testers of the closed beta, has been invaluable and helped the team whip the game into shape.

Dreamlords The Reawakening is the follow-up to last year's acclaimed MMORTS debut title from Swedish Lockpick Entertainment. Blending the popular RTS and RPG genres, The Reawkening is set in a ravaged world where the players each controls a Dreamlord, a celestial warlord, in their quest to restore order and peace.

· Free to Play.
· Recruit and manage your troops, form alliances with other players or crush them…
· Bring your Dreamlord with you all the time in the game, equip it with various exciting gear and cool stuff.
· Simplified rules system, easy to get into – hard to master.

For more, please visit Dreamlords.


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