In Flying Kingdoms, players will do essentially the expected: build their own kingdoms, enlist friends to help them explore new lands and face terrible enemies. Keep in mind, however, that we don't know the specifics behind Flying Kingdoms, which could help the game sound a lot less like existing competitors, such as CastleVille.
To help build buzz about the game, Zynga's southern rival plans to release three different mini games on the Flying Kingdoms Facebook fan page to give would-be players a better idea of what to expect in the final game, or to "train" them. The first mini game is already live, which tasks players with choosing the must-have companions, items and, of course, kingdom with which to adventure. It's already clear that story and characters will receive a major focus in Flying Kingdoms.
That's about all we know about Flying Kingdoms, so check out the game's Facebook fan page to see for yourself. To access the mini games and be kept in the know of the game's impending release, you'll have to "Like" Flying Kingdoms, too. Hey, the more "Likes" the game gets, the more we find out.
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