Kalypso announce Patrician Online, a free-to-play browser game
Posted: 19.08.2010 11:46 by Simon Priest Comments: 4
Publisher Kalypso Media and online game portal gamigo have unveiled Patrician Online, where fans can play for free through their browser.

It is scheduled to launch next year and is Kalypso's first browser game, with more planned from their "outstanding partnership" with gamigo.

No actual game details were given about the title only that it exists in development and will release in 2011 as a free-to-play online game.

"We are very excited to announce Patrician Online, which will become the cornerstone of our online browser-based game portfolio,” said Simon Hellwig of Kalypso Media.

β€œAlso, we are pleased to be launching it in partnership with gamigo, who are experts in the field of browser-based online games. We expect this will be an outstanding partnership that will extend into multiple titles over time.”

Online portal site gamigo has a number of titles running like 'The Witcher: Versus' based off CD Projekt RED's videogame take on the novels. Kalypso currently has Patrician IV in development for PC due out September 10th.

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By Wowerine (SI Elite) on Aug 19, 2010
Well. If its a free game, and its praised so much... why not give it a spin?
By Arrecoolast (SI Core) on Aug 20, 2010
You need their browser to play it? Forget that lol. :P
By BoneArc (SI Elite) on Aug 20, 2010
I actually havn't heard of this ever , so i dont know why its been praised so much if its a Browser game .
anyone know if its good ?
By Wowerine (SI Elite) on Aug 20, 2010
Why need their browser if it runs in HTML5? I think most browsers support that standard. It is better than flash games after all :) I played Ogame - that was an epic experience, but I stopped playing after I got infected by the boring factor.