Keep a bird’s eye view of all your strategic battles by challenging fellow vessels to explosive clashes in Joycity’s new enterprising maritime title, Oceans & Empires – now available to download on Android and IOS devices.

The realistic ocean adventure MMO is now downloadable globally meaning that now everyone can enjoy the thrill of building up their own 15th- 18th century fleet before indulging in the game’s epic ocean battles. Instantly available in 15 different languages (with more coming soon), Oceans & Empires – like the in-game concept itself – is taking the world by storm.

Whether you wish to grow to fight for your chosen alliance’s victory or concentrate more on trading resources with local islands and their NPC inhabitants, Oceans & Empires offers players the best of both worlds. With over 60 real cities to explore and many strategic battle’s to engage in, the rich age of exploration is waiting for you to discover, so take it.

Oceans & Empires boasts multiple opportunities to customise your ships and troops, making each win and interaction with other landlubbers all the more unique. There’s also a huge emphasis on alliance and trade in the game where collaboration with your fellow players pays a huge dividend. This is perfectly exemplified with the games Rally Attack feature which, for a limited time, you can use with your fellow alliance member to attack and conquer trade cities netting you plenty of rewards and perks.

There’s also a special event in store to celebrate the Thanksgiving Day launch where players will be able to encounter turkey monsters in the oceans as well as hunt giant turkeys for useful items.

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Joycity also have another little treat in store, with an item for faster growth offered to those of you who post your best decorated ship flags on the Oceans & Empires official Facebook page.

You don’t even have to wait long at all to acclimatise to your new sea legs, Oceans & Empires is available to download now from the Google Play and App Store.

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