Blog Update (IMPORTANT!)

April 1, 2011 in Uncategorized

Although a few bloggers have already posted the below message (which is against their orders), I would like to post the full version of the important InnoGames franchise update… the other bloggers were given the toned-down version to report about.

We have some good & bad news. The good news is InnoGames will now be able to give out free premium to all its members for a limited time only. The Downside is this premium must be used to pay for the blog. The reason for this is that Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. Owner’s of MySpace,, The New York Times, etc. have decided to venture more into online ventures and InnoGames was one of the purchases.

Now that Mr. Murdoch has purchased our lovely game and has decided to charge everyone to make some money. We regretfully tell you that you that the following payment structure reflects the current Premium Point System, but with some minor name changes.

200 Points gives you 30 Days of Reading.

So We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

Due to this we will also be releasing more blogs quicker to entice our readers.

In addition, we have made a few changes to the way we moderate posts and comments on the blog. From now on, you will be IP-banned for mentioning ‘Murdoch’ and any derogatory term within the same writing. Resistance to the new policies is futile, and anyone who attempts to say otherwise will be eliminated.

Also, instead of saying ‘InnoGames’, the new correct term is ‘MurdoGames Inc.’, as it is now registered in the U.S. From now on, PP will be bought and sold like shares of MurdoGames. The free PP mentioned earlier is your starter pack- invest wisely! The point of the game will be to see who has the most PP at the end, and thus many changes will be made, in addition to the 7.0b release.

Oh yeah, and PP are now MP, or Murdoch Points (not to be confused with Military Police…).

Lastly, due to the regime change, we will be firing all of the bloggers and hiring new high-caliber columnists for papers like the New York Times. Our blog administrator, the head bloggers, and one or two of the best bloggers will stay on to be the ‘counter-balance’, although we are only allowed to publish three articles a year from now on (that’s collectively, not individually).


If you have any questions about these changes, feel free to post below!


-Samulis, reporting directly from Jehosophat, Blog Administrator; and Morthy, CM