For a whole month, from 28/01 to 01/03, every day at 5pm and 9pm (GMT +1:00), it’s Happy Hour on Urban Rivals.
Load up on Clintz for an hour.
1 damage = 1 Clintz.
Just turn up in any room (except the Training, Guild and Events rooms) and get playing!
Don’t hang around. Make the most of it.
edited by Boing Monday 28/01/2013, 17:31
Some more ideas for happy hour:
It would be nice to have total number of clintz collected per happy hour as message after HH is over.
AND of course have "Party all night" type of missions related to happy hour. (Collect 500 clintz and 5000 clintz from happy hours, knock out 50 opponents during happy hours etc)..
There are too many clintz in the game's economy
we need more money sinks or else the inflation will continue indefinitely
Happy hour is not that friendly to people in other time zones. I recommend the next time this event is run is that the hours move by an hour for 24 straight days, that way everybody would be able to play this event.
And please change how you say the time. I don't think that anybody uses the time description of GMT +1:00. Instead you can say Central European Time, or just say Paris (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Madrid, Stockholm, Vienna, Barcelona, or any large European city in that time zone) time. Most of us have smart phone where we can see the time by city, but not by GMT +1:00. If you plan on using GMT, then just say GMT.
So now that it's off for now, can we not keep the little notification on the left hand side of the main page? So people won't be confused as to why it's not working?
12 clintz per game should be the standard, not for an event.
Clintz are earned wayyyy too slowly in this game. How can a free player save up to get decent cards? Oh yeah, they can't...
They can do some easy missions that give good rewards for start... or play a single match in a daily tournament and that gives you 50 clintz.
@maki_mUR: Lol. Yeah, you can buy some greeaaat cards that way.
You don't have to be a mathematician to see that the amount of clintz you win from battles isn't enough to keep up with market prices.