From now on it is possible to immediately complete the loading processes of your own fleets in your own towns with Ambrosia. This can only be utilized on the fleet that is currently being loaded and not for those that are still in the queue.
Security questions for various premium options:
In the game options you can now set whether you would like an additional security question for the one-click Ambrosia features outside of the IkariamPlus shop.
The position of the left menu will now be saved corresponding to the main windows.
When you move from one window to another, a button with a small arrow will appear next to the x button for closing the window. One click and you are led back to the previous window.
The display of the trade fleet view and the troop movements have been revised
Premium feature free trader revised:
Previously, using free traders cost 5 Ambrosia, regardless of how many free traders were used for the transport. Now the price depends on the actual number of free traders in the mission. The prices start at 3 Ambrosia for 1-25 free trader ships.
You do not lose the 'godly protection' when you send out troops to attack another player, you only lose it once they arrive at the player's town.
If you switch towns while one of the advisers is open, you will not switch back to the old town if you click on the image of the adviser again.
Error with the rights of the standard alliance rank fixed.
Missions can be sent by clicking the return button again now.
When the update goes to the test server, players registered on server "test_en" will get 260 tutorial ambrosia credited to their account in order to be able to test the premium features.
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