Kixeye, formerly known as The Casual Collective, was founded 2007. It has grown from ties with Facebook and the online community. With out the big 3: Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft; Kixeye has created an online experience that feels like a $50 game for free. The company that put online gaming on its ear with Backyard Monsters, Battle Pirates, Desktop Defenders and Minions is not stopping there. War Commander is the game most likely to take over as their greatest game thus far with casual gamer’s tooting Kixeyes’ horn. The power of a small, fast paced game with the two major abilities: easy controls and a massive online presence.
Insaneskittles from North Carolina, A war commander player since May of 2012 says:
I love it. I grew up a huge Nintendo fan. I still love the Zelda
franchise. The problem with Zelda though is that I can beat the game
in a day or two every time I get a new one and then have to wait years
for another one to come out. This is true with all console games
Kixeye has come out with an incredible game with a new challenge every month. battles vs other player testing the best attacking strategies that are always changing with the new units from the event challenges. The MMO aspect means you are constantly competing against other players who are testing their minds as well as yours. You have to be able to adjust your defenses and attacks every time a new unit or idea is released. The synchronized play expected to drop at the end of this month will revolutionize the game entirely.
As with most clan base war games like War Commander, you have a community that rises up to share in their love of the game. This gives rise to alliances, sector leaders and invasion from other
sectors. People in the clans seem to group up in many ways; there are country based clans, hard core players making groups, or moderate to casual gamers who join in for protection or to learn. There are even lone wolves that jump in and out taking what they want from sector to sector. This gives the game a unique and powerful take on why our world is so divided.
John Davis a former sector leader of 142 had this to say
There are no real friends in this game it is a dog eat dog world
We will see with all the upgrades coming will this be the next StarCraft that holds a large group of gamers for 20 years. More to come tomorrow about this classic in the making.