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Age of Origins: What to expect from the new title and the Mysterious Island event

Age of Origins: What to expect from the new title and the Mysterious Island event

What could be more terrifying than hordes of the undead threatening to break down your settlement's barriers to feast on your insides at a moment's notice? Age of Origins is certainly brave enough to ask the question, and only players who have the guts to find out can experience the latest update to the strategic tower defense game on mobile.

Previously titled Age of Z: Origins, the game welcomes all kinds of creatures that go beyond brain-hungry zombies. What kind of horrors can players expect from the game this time around?

A brand new island

Camel Games is letting stuff that nightmares are made of join the fray in celebration of Age of Origins' fourth anniversary with the Mysterious Island event. After the epic milestone that was the cross-Nation gameplay, Duel of Dominance, in previous years, the game is welcoming a completely revamped phase beginning with its name change.

With this new title comes a fresh locale to explore, but while the new Mysterious Island may seem like heaven on earth, there are other issues for Cattie and her companion Lucky to tackle. What surprising truths will players discover in this deceptive paradise?

Infinite possibilities

While the Mysterious Island is uncontaminated by Zombies, players will still have to protect its resources to make sure history doesn't repeat itself. Here, you can keep the Zombie Corps from polluting the pristine waters in the Drinking Water War event.

More than the exploration itself, you can also prettify your new island with special Decorations for cool Stats Bonuses. Cosmetics include the Hammock, Dining Car, Parasol, Helicopter, Fountain, Beachfront Mansion, Surfer Statue, Dolphin Statue and more.

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In-game goodies galore

After discovering a totally rad surfing spot on the island, Zeus is sharing his beach bonanza with Commanders with a special gift that can be claimed every eight hours. Meanwhile, the Lucky Stolen Treasure event lets players score the ultimate Beachfront Mansion prize, and the Super Benefits Cards will reward players each day of the week for seven days. For instance, a Surfer Statue reward will grant a 1% recruitment speed upgrade on Day 4.

Finally, the Quest Bingo event tasks players with connecting the dots and completing quests to win luxurious gifts and the special Purple Decoration: Dining Car item.

If you're curious to see what other changes are in store for you with Age of Origins' rebranding, you can download the game on the iOS App Store and on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also join the community of followers on the official Facebook page to stay updated on all the latest developments.

New players that download and play before April 29 can receive extra goodies by redeeming the following code: PqP4vj.