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Gameloft Release Screenshots Of Order & Chaos Online

By , on April 5, 2011

People often ponder, “why do buses come in threes?” Well, we can’t really answer that logistical conundrum, but we can point you towards the second Gameloft treat in a matter of days.

See what we did there?

After teasing us with gorgeous artwork from their upcoming FPS sequel N.O.V.A: Elite, Gameloft’s marketing men are it at again, this time showing off some screenshots for Order & Chaos Online.

In time honoured fashion, this smattering of images and illustrations was posted on Gameloft’s Facebook page, though only after one of those popular X Factor style polls.

For those unfamiliar with Order & Chaos Online, the best thing to do is close your eyes, imagine World of Warcraft on iPhone, and open.

Just to help you out, here are a couple of the choicest screenies:

Rather frustratingly, Gameloft won’t reveal Order & Chaos Online’s release date, pricing, or the meaning of life. They can’t seem to answer the mystery of the multiple buses either. Shame on them.


jonny 7 years, 2 months ago

I just want to say that I am really impressed with the amazing improved writing style of the news articles, Richard. Keep up the good work!

RichardBrown 7 years, 2 months ago

Too kind, Jonny. Now I'm under pressure! Eeek.

lootbot 7 years, 2 months ago

great stuff keep em coming richard :D

RichardBrown 7 years, 2 months ago

Thanks, lootbot, that's very kind. :-)

Einherjar 7 years, 2 months ago


talugo 7 years, 2 months ago

This is not what I need Mr. Brown. I already have great games and apps burning up my poor 3GS (ever feel the burn from Infinity Blade), now my poor battery has to contend with an MMORPG experience. It had to happen eventually, and who else but Gameloft to do it (not that I approve, just logical that they got there first).

RichardBrown 7 years, 2 months ago

Yeh, sorry about that, talugo. ;-)