- QubeTown’s latest update brings the new Stack-Up mini-game
WEBZEN released the latest content update of its mobile farming simulation game QubeTown. The latest update to QubeTown brings new contents including the new Stack-Up mini-game, fancy town skins and the Outbreak system for helping friends. As players enter the Stack-Up mini-game, players will be given with each randomly sized block that will keep moving left and right. Players will have to stack each block as high as they can. The Stack-Up mini-game event allows players to participate in the Stack-Up competition hosted by the Circus and receive special landscape items, Ruby, Gold and more. While playing Stack-Up, several items such as Hourglass, Clover 2x and Life will be available to help players to reach a higher score. This mini-event will be running for a week, starting from today to April 1st, 2019 (UTC). To learn more about the Stack-Up mini-game, a new gameplay video is now available on the official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/QubeTown/videos/372627966799576/ Furthermore, QubeTown will continue to hold various in-game events every month. The upcoming Musical Festival Event will bring new types of products such as ‘Magical Shoes’, ‘Cloak of Invisibility’ and ‘Wizard’s Hat’. Each product requires different amount of materials to produce. In addition, there will be event-related stories, new missions and special rewards. The Musical Festival Event will be running from April 8th to April 14th, 2019 (UTC). More information on the event will be announced on the official Facebook community. The latest update also features 3 different themed town skins. Users can give their town a different look by applying the new skins to their castle, warehouse, houses, Inn and more. In addition, there will be a new Outbreak system to assist players to be more engaged in helping out their friends. Players can help their friends by extinguishing fire, stopping rain, and defending the town from goblins, the kraken, and such. With the addition of the Outbreak system, players who visit their friend’s town can now tap on moles in order to drive them out and receive rewards. QubeTown is a new farming simulation game based on social network games that challenges users to manage their own town by constructing buildings, producing crops, trading goods and protecting their citizens. QubeTown is now available for free download on both the App Store and Google Play. Meanwhile, Webzen also invites casual gamers from all over the world to come and join the QubeTown Live Stream to discover more about the new farming mobile game QubeTown. Interested users can play and explore, share amusing stories and game tips, make new friends and get free promo codes by watching this fun live stream on the official Twitch and YouTube channels as well as on Facebook. To learn more about QubeTown, players can visit the official QubeTown website: http://qubetown.webzen.com/. Casual game enthusiasts are also invited to discuss the game and participate in the latest events or giveaways on the official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/QubeTown.