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Galaxy Online Alpha Key Giveaway

Posted Sat, Feb 21, 2009 by RadarX

IGG announced today it's upcoming science fiction themed MMO game called Galaxy Online will be . While they don't officially enter Alpha until the 23rd, you can already sign up. No word on a beta or it's potential launch date but expect some previews to trickle out over the next few weeks.

The GO Team has another exciting opportunity for our players. We are very happy to announce that we have given away a group of Activation Codes for the Galaxy Online , the upcoming free-to-play strategic online game (MMOG) designed by IGG. All players are welcome to claim a code now and activate the game on the activation page.

Source: http://go.igg.com/event/activation/.

Key Instruction:

Go to http://go.igg.com and either login or register for a free new account
Use the CD-Key to activate your Galaxy Online account at http://www.igg.com/member/actigame.php
Each Key contains an additional 30 Mall Points as a gift for new players. Enjoy!

NOTE A: The alpha test does not begin for this game until Feb 23rd, 2009.
NOTE B: All characters created during the Alpha Test will be saved for future use.

What is Galaxy Online?
Galaxy Online, designed by IGG, is a strategic online game combining a powerful battle system and abundant battle expressive force. The game is set across the vast universe, and players from different forces can PK freely. Battles rage constantly and in this galactic sphere, the law of the jungle rules. Players must promote their strength ceaselessly to maintain their position, and only the bravest and wisest commander can be the King! Players may like the many thoughtful design elements in the game, such as smart client, convenient galaxy trustee system, individual and intelligent Plug-ins system, all of which let players experience wonderful feelings whilst playing the game!

Want to learn more? Head over to the official site where you might get a good idea of what it's like. We'll certainly continue to follow this story and add updates as possible.


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