Icarus Studios and AFK Interactive Launch Premium Features for Fallen Earth Mobile Companion App

Posted Wed, Sep 15, 2010 by Martuk

MMOGs are slowly but surely becoming more integrated with mobile applications and Fallen Earth is one of the game's leading the way with its Fallen Earth Companion App. Icarus Studios and AFK Interactive recently launched a load of new features for the game's iTunes, Google Android and Blackberry apps. As an added benefit to players, the game's original app is now available free of charge. The original app allows players to view crafting queues, achievements, character stats, the world map and other useful in-game features. But with the new premium features, which still requires the players to pay a one-time charge of $9.99, players can download and send in-game mail and attachments, post and bid on auction house items, and craft items using pack components.

Icarus Studios, co-developer of Fallen Earth, a post-apocalyptic massively multiplayer online game (MMO) and partner AFK Interactive today released premium features for the Fallen Earth Companion App. Customers can purchase account access to these features via the official Fallen Earth website ( for iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices. Coinciding with the MMO’s one-year anniversary, the partners also announced today the availability of the original app at no cost indefinitely.

Check out the official press release for more details.

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