This year marks the 10th anniversary of atWar, or as it was formerly known, Afterwind.
Naturally, there have been ups and downs along the way, but without any exaggeration it was an incredibly exciting journey for the both of us. Many things had changed since the inception of the game, it is very different now from 10 years ago, when it was still a simple proof of concept. Players had come and gone, but great many are still around today. And, as the years went by, our situation also changed, and it has come to a point where we were no longer able to dedicate the time needed to support the game, as we barely even had time to keep it afloat. We would like to thank our incredible moderators for their unconditional commitment to the game and for keeping things orderly through all these years. Our supporters, tournament organisers, journalists, radio DJs and ordinary players - you guys are simply amazing and we've been very privileged to have such a dedicated and passionate community. And Clovis - you know you're a star and I hope that you will continue contributing to the game development, your help so far has been invaluable.
But I'll stop rambling now, as there are far more important news to break. Indeed, there are very exciting times ahead for atWar! Please join us in giving a warm welcome to your new admin and Commander-in-chief: David. He is fully determined to turn this game around and to bring it back to its former glory! He's not your typical investor who bought this game just to suck the profits out of it - David really loves the concept of the game and believes he can make a much-needed difference to "make atWar great again" and we are fully confident that he could do this.
This will be our last official news post for atWar as we pass the reins to the new owner, who will no doubt give you full introduction and share his ideas and vision shortly. Long live and prosper, atWar!
Goodbye now and thanks for all the fish!
Amok and Ivan