Tuesday 01/02/2011, 17:24

Hello all,

We are glad to announce that Urban Rivals is now available in Czech and Romanian.
All our Czech and Romanian players will be able to have their own forum and community.
If you want to change the language of the site, click on the language menu on the left side of the search tool.

Have fun!

Sunday 27/02/2011, 15:08

Let's go romanian players enjoy romanian forum and try this.i hope now this game will be played from more romanian players and can make a strong romanian comunity in this game.thanks again for this version

Tuesday 01/03/2011, 12:20

This game needs some more country flag. specially all asian countrys's. I hope admins agree with me

Wednesday 02/03/2011, 09:29

Yeah how about for Philippines smiley
many Filipinos play this game although majority understand english as well

Thursday 10/03/2011, 14:20

Thanks for the romanian version mods smiley now i'll be back to my decks if ye don't mind smiley

Thursday 10/03/2011, 14:47

AWESOME!!! Need a Romanian MOD?
Here's the best one smiley
Lord Cristian

Saturday 12/03/2011, 08:26

AS saying for ,y friend The miss city to the mod,
I find that many bangladeshi peoples are playing this game. So bangladesh need a flag and purching credit option

Sunday 13/03/2011, 14:12

I realized, that you made some changes on UR Czech web pages. But it is still not enough. Some characters are still missing and many translations are made "really strange way" - the language is to complex, difficult and even I (30 years old player that know a lot about UR) understand it hard.

For example "Bute prvn, kdo nape svj koment!" ( "Be the first to make a comment!"smiley
- in this sentence are missing 7 characters (it should be - Buďte první, kdo napíše svůj komentář)
- the first half of sentence "Buďte první" shows, that the sentence is written for really old people. To young people we say "Buď první, kdo napíše svůj komentář" or the better way but not word-to-word translation "Napiš svůj komentář jako první !"
- in Czech we dont use so often words like my, your (svůj), his ... we omit it every time, when it is obvious, to whom it belongs ..

Just to let you know ...

Sunday 01/05/2011, 12:13


Sunday 01/05/2011, 22:34

Now if we could just rally the troops if ye know what i mean smiley

Monday 02/05/2011, 12:17

Why don't you make Urban Rivals in Bulgarian. It's a similar language to Russian but better smiley


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