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[MMORPG] Join testing Mob and Skill Mechanics

Mert Oguz

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Currently on alpha test, silverpath online has active event currently that spawns bosses on event room.

You can join free and feedback bugs, glitches or whatever problem you have encountered.

Currently friends and community system is on progress you feedbacks are important to me, also alpha users will get prizes on beta regarding their alpha-end rankings.

https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.ogzzmert.online.game

 

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