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King of Avalon and Guns of Glory adds Rose-collecting event for a limited time this love month

King of Avalon and Guns of Glory adds Rose-collecting event for a limited time this love month

King of Avalon and Guns of Glory are joining in on FunPlus' celebration of love this month with special limited-time events, themed cosmetics and in-game items. Getting rid of beastly fiends and collecting Roses ensure that love is always in the air beginning February 13th.

In particular, King of Avalon players can expect to participate in Cupid’s Favor event. Here, eliminating monsters or even simply collecting resources will reward players with Roses. Rallying against Barbarian Camps does the same, and these Roses can be exchanged for cool in-game goodies once collected. You could also use some of our King of Avalon gift codes to claim some!

On the other hand, the Chocolate Maker event lets players score Chocolate that can be used to redeem prizes as well. For instance, in the Holiday Shop, clearing the Chocolate Maker event lets players unlock four Tiers until February 26th.

Meanwhile, in Guns of Glory, players can also collect Roses from eliminating threats and collecting and gathering resources. This will happen during the Quest Stage, while the succeeding Exchange Stage will let players earn Cupid’s Arrows via the Valentine’s Blessing. These can be used to redeem goodies in Cupid's Arsenal until February 21st.

If you're keen on joining the festivities and celebrating love this month, King of Avalon (iOS App Store, Google Play Store) and Guns of Glory (iOS App Store, Google Play Store) are readily available to download as free-to-play games with in-app purchases. You can also join the community of followers over on the official Facebook page of FunPlus to stay updated on all the latest developments as well.

Are you on the lookout for more free mobile titles that will put your skills to the test on your mobile device? Why not take a gander at our list of the top 25 best free games to play on your iPhone, iPad or Android Phone in 2022?