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
Most of the time you can easily spot when a cards more expensive then it should be and if you do don't buy it. Most of the time prices will drop back to normal after a few minuets.
@Artemis-BZ: It shouldn't. Do you have cookies turned off?
I hope you realize that when card prices inflates it:
a) Makes your collection more valuable
b) Makes each pack you get more valuable
c) Makes any card you invested in more valuable
ALSO, this is gotten from the URDB market section...
Average card price in market has fallen from 22000 to 13500 in two months.
That is not inflation
that is DEFLATION. Plain and simple DEFLATION.
Where is your god now?
is there anymore ANY reason to yell "Inflation" except maybe the fun of yelling "inflation" for no particular reason?
Please feel free to give back the old version of the game. I've tried the new version many times and I hate it.
An old school UR player who has helped put food on your table
P.S.: Thanks for the heads up that you were going to do this.
UR definately could use "UR Lite" version targeted for low-end computers and devices. It wouldnt even be hard to do, since most of the heavy stuff is graphics-intensive on user interface (antialiasing, shadows, opaqueness, animations) and those are things that are totally unessential to play UR. By turning those features off on "Lite" version the playability suffers zero usability hit, but the game becomes playable on low-end systems.
People with low-end systems are often the ones who want to find content out of these types of games, so basically you are neglecting one customer group totally.
Its unbelieveable that I can play some AAA action games on my old laptop but card game called Urban Rivals is too heavy to run on it because of excessive - and ultimately unneccesary - decorations.