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Prime World
Game Description: In the Facebook-based RTS Prime World, you can reign as ruler of your castle, assemble a personal army of imposing heroes and outfit them for war, shape your palace in a creative castle-building game, conquer foes and maneuver treacherous society politics.
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    Prime World E3 2011 Preview -- Can The Casual and Hardcore Peacefully Coexist?

    Prime World's big idea is to bring a ?core style RTS to the denizens of Facebook, but to do it without alienating the casual gamers who populate the social network. Find out how Nival's ambitious strategy experiment is coming along in our first look preview.

    Posted: Jun 16, 2011


  • Exclusive Prime World Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: April 2, 2012

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