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Online games come and go in the Free2Play segment, the cycle of (virtual) life. Randall Rothenberg usually is spot on. Here is a list of games that went offline 2013. A retrospective exhibition of POGED.com Hamburg, 16 January 2014 also 2014 plenty new Free2Play online games to attract of the user will compete, success will be granted which will show the next year. Here now but we remember to convince the “gamer” community of the title, that it have failed, and had to stop the game operation in 2013. There are also title with originally high hit potential, as well as titles that have been produced in high quality and with much effort.

An example is Gameglobe, a mix of Minecraft-like editor and Actionadventure, which was realized as a collaboration between Bigpoint and Square Enix and should be the next big hit. Quarrels between the two partners and the lack of a functioning Monet modularization approach had resulted in that Gameglobe was pulped on November 29, 2013. Not less surprising was the for the Free2Play – building strategy game command & conquer. For the first time the fighting in a Free2Play building game should take place in real time, thus unlike command & Conquer: Tiberium alliances real command & conquer feeling. After a promising, predominantly positive recorded presentation on the Gamescom 2013, eagerly awaited by fans, the game end of October 2013 in the alpha phase was discontinued. As justification for this step, the team responsible for the development of EA victory Studios called that you realized on the basis of community feedback on the expectations of the community over to have developed. Several costly projects were set in 2013: InnoGames’ pirate browser game Kartuga, Travian games’ complex strategy game Remanum and Gameforges monster hunting MMORPG RaiderZ are just a few examples, that a high budget and great effort not always success can be converted to.

Of course, numerous titles, where the demise has deservedly come and you there in addition to these surprises himself rather, the question how these games have managed to hold out so long. The full article with a collection of numerous other tracks are available on POGED.com in the article: 2013 by us received about POGED.com: POGED.com stands for “Play Our Games Every Day!” and is the leading international Free2Play evaluation and comparison portal. POGED.com is currently available in six European countries and the United States. POGED.com offers free and legal 300 free games for all platforms such as PCs, smartphones, tablet computers and cooperates with more than 50 developers.

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