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Hero Zero: 7th Anniversary

Hero Zero: 7th Anniversary

The Free2Play browser hit continues on its road to success

Munich, January 17th, 2019 – The development team of Playata and the Munich-based F2P game publisher GamesGroup will celebrate their seventh birthday and the phenomenal success of the Free2Play title Hero Zero on January 17th. Already in the summer of 2018, the 30 million mark of registered players was cracked. And the trend is further ascending. From January 17th, there will be a big jubilee party in the game with an exciting birthday collection event. On top of that, the latest update also included an expansion of the famous Hideout Feature for the superheroes.

Hero Zero still on the road to success
It all started seven years ago: worldwide, players are being trained as superheroes, join forces in teams, and try their best to liberate the world from evil. Since then, numerous exciting missions and stirring features are waiting for the heroes every single day. Varied events complete the superhero game Hero Zero.

Anniversary celebration in Humphreydale
From January 17th, superheroes can look forward to an entertaining anniversary party. In the days following, heroes will find a special birthday collection event in the game, which will surprise them with special rewards. In addition, during the birthday event, the casino opens its doors to celebrate the anniversary with high-quality rewards – while the regular rewards will be doubled, the item and sidekicks rewards are of particularly high quality this time.

Expansion of the Hideout Feature
From now on, players can place another generator in their Hideout and build an additional laboratory. With a new row of building lots to unlock, there is now more space to expand their own underground Hideout. Currently, there is a lot of work going on for other fancy hideout rooms.

Players can be curious …

About Hero Zero
In the free2play browser game Hero Zero, players strive towards being a superhero, take on a range of missions in many different worlds, train their character, and improve their strength to fight against other superheroes and move up the rankings. Every single character can be upgraded individually – meaning there are a number of attributes to be improved such as strength, conditioning, and brain power. The guild system is a must to fight together with other superheroes for world domination!

Since launching in January 2012, the humorous online RPG, Hero Zero, has captivated over 30 million registered users! Gamers from all over Europe, North and South America as well as Asia have joined the mission. Hero Zero is a cross-platform game playable over iOS, Android, PC and Facebook. 

The Hero Zero-App is available for free in the AppStore as well as in the Google PlayStore and is playable over Facebook or directly on play.herozerogame.com.

More exciting information is available on Facebook and Twitter.

For real heroes, the Hero Zero Megastore is available on this link.

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About European Games Group AG
European Games Group is a specialist for global commercialisation of free2play cross-platform online/mobile games – based in Munich, Germany. Acting as an enabler for games studios, European Games Group works together with independent minded games developers from anywhere in the world to market and scale up their games worldwide. Its current games include the successful cross-platform browser game Hero Zero (by Playata), the cross-platform mobile game Tasty Tale and the fashion mobile game Fancy Tale (by Sweet Nitro) as well as the cross-platform browser game Big Bang Empire (by Playata). Currently, there are more upcoming games in the market-testing stage. For more information please visit www.gamesgroup.eu.

About Playata
Playata is a developer for high-quality games that inspire millions of players worldwide. The company was founded in 2009 and published its first browser game “Hero Zero” in 2012, resulting in a huge success. For more information see www.playata.com.

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