At the end of November 2012 we asked you what you would change in Tibia if you could change it. We further asked you to focus on little things, not on one of the big topics, like the massive use of cheating programmes, for example. Approximately 2000 players participated in this feedback form. We would like to thank everybody for their feedback! There were many interesting submissions and ideas, and it really took us some time to work through them. Now, we would like to present you the results. Be sure to check out the full article on the official site, here!
Dear Tibians, today we would like to share some good news with our followers of our official Facebook page.
From today on, it is possible to play the Tibia Flash client using your Facebook data. Along with the implementation of this feature, we have revamped our landing page in order to improve and speed up the login process.
If you do not have a Tibia account yet, you can now easily log into the game by using the Facebook Log in button on our landing page whilst you are logged into Facebook. A new Tibia account will be created automatically, and the Flash client will start instantly. If you log out of the Flash client, you will be directed to your account management page where you will have the option to extend your account. There, you can set a password and manage your account.
If you already have a Tibia account and want to connect it to your Facebook profile just log in with your Tibia account, go to your account management page, and click on the Facebook button in the new section Facebook Linkup. Of course, it is possible to remove your Facebook linkup afterwards again. In addition, please note that you can only connect your Facebook account with one Tibia account in case you have more than one Tibia account.
Furthermore, we have updated our manual section with further information about the new Facebook integration.
If you have questions left, feel free to ask!
On Februray 15, we adjusted the respawn rate. Now we would like to hear your opinion on this change. What do you think? Be sure to vote on Tibia's official site, here!
TibiaStat.com is looking for your feedback! If you would like to help them, head on over there and fill in the contact form. Let them know what you like, which features you would like to see, or file bug reports. Also, have a look at the new frag counter!
TibiaBR.com asks you to dance! If you are not afraid to step in front of a camera, join their new contest "Do the Harlem Shake, TibiaBR!" and submit your video. Read all details on TibiaBR.com, they are available in Portuguese.
Sweet tooths of the world, unite! Tomorrow, February 21, the world event "A Piece of Cake" will start again.
Stop the invasion of the tasty cake golems in Thais, Liberty Bay, Carlin, Edron, and Darashia. Kill them to get enough sweet and sugary substances, and lure them into the cake extractor machines you find in the mentioned cities to get access to the legendary cake island near Cormaya.
Once you are there, you have to munch a giant cake in order to succeed. However, this is not a cosy feasting. You only have time until server save, February 26, to polish off that massive cake.
If you manage to eat it all, your world will be rewarded with 25% more health and mana regeneration for five days and an experience bonus of 5% for five days. After your game world is successful, a new NPC, Brutus, will visit the cake island, and will offer you a special reward if you are willing to follow his further instructions.
Get your cake forks and let the munching begin!
With the server save tomorrow, February 20, we will implement a temporary measure to respond to complaints about the spamming of illegal advertisements in public channels.
From tomorrow on, a character will only be able to write in the world chat channel, the English chat channel, and the advertising channel, if it belongs to an account with premium status, or if the character has already reached level 20. The same restriction will apply for yelling in the local chat channel.
We are aware that this measure is merely a band-aid and not a long-term solution to prevent these kind of advertisements properly. Therefore, implementing this measure does not mean that we consider this problem solved. Still, we would like to try it out and see what kind of effects it will have. Depending on our and your experiences, we may remove this restriction from the game again at any time.
See you in Tibia!