Forge of Empires: Trade Apples for Rewards in Fall Event

09/21/2016 06:59 am by Marcel Wuttig in NewsBrowser GamesStone Age

Forge of Empires

Forge of Empires

It has not even been a month since the guys and girls over at InnoGames released the latest bigger game update for their browser game Forge of Empires. The strategy game’s community is well aware that the developers like to celebrate the various seasons and holidays of the year, which is why there is a new game event in the RTS right now. While some parts of the US are still desperately waiting for summer to end, fall has already begun in Forge of Empires, and it focuses on apples this year. Players are not supposed to stuff themselves with the fruit, but trade it for nifty rewards. Every day there are two different baskets that contain some prizes. Players need to fill the baskets with apples in order to receive the rewards. All donated apples also help players and their neighbors reach the neighborhood goal rewarding them with an additional prize.

There are various ways to receive this healthy fruit during the fall event. Players can complete the quests that Greva Darn has in store for them for example. The community can also help each other by planting apple trees in their neighbors’ wilderness. This will not only reward their neighbors with apples when they find the trees, but also the donor who is rewarded with the fruit for his charity. The new Cider Mill building allows players to constantly increase their apple stock.

This year's fall event in Forge of Empires.

The fun doesn’t end there, as the developers over at InnoGames have added two new objects to Forge of Empires. The One-Up Kit advances event buildings to the next era, one step at a time. Players can never skip their current era however. The Store Building item allows players to store an event building in their inventory.

Source: Official game homepage

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