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Forge of Empires Comments

Comment by greggrivera
about Forge of Empires · Apr 2018 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

FoE Support “Deception, scamming, unfair play has been going on in Nation state politics since the beginning of time. This is a empire building game, there are no "fair play" rules unless the players make them”. different to Inno’s game rule page. Should your kids be playing this game?