Asda story

Asda story is a new casual game, developed by Asda Story money. It use the lovely fairy-tale characters as the protagonists of the game. It has high-bright color screen and gentle practice system,aimed at younger player. It is ready to bring new gaming experience. The game use the cute characters as a style of game. In the game, we can see clowns,chessboards,Christmas decorations and strawberries everywhere, with a sense of humor and the minds of element.. There are a total of 3 playerss for us to choose at present, they are solidiers,mastera and archer. Each has more than 100 kinds of skills. Players can train in accordance with their own perference specialized skills in certain roles.


   I only played this game for several months,but I was deeply attracted by this game, it bring me different surprise when I play it every time. In the game,I am a solidier, I always fighting with others to improve the series of my role.

   I have made a lot of game friends in this game, we do not know the real name of each other, even we do not meet each other face to face, however, we make friends, composite a team and play together. It is a stimulate thing to play together.

   We use Asda Story gold to buy clothes and props in order to improve the series of the role. You can buy Asda Story gold online directly. It is easy to do this. You should only spend a little money to buy the gold because of the cheap price. Even though the price is cheap,we can use the cheap Asda Story gold to buy many things. So my friend and I did not spend a lot of money on the game.

   I think once you play this game , you will fall in love with it. I play this game in my spare-time. I think it is a good way to relax, I will not be weary of this game.

  I will ask my friends to play this game. So let us meet in the game!

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