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Russian “Corruption” conquers USA

Posted In Android, iOS Apple - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015 With No Comments »

Russian developers have submitted an English version of the online role-playing games on corruption in Russia. This is a true game, based on real events. Developers hope to a lot of interest on the part of American players to the Russian “corruption.”

The game “Corruption” – is selling empire with familiar characters and situations. There used bribery, blackmail and other illegal methods of struggle for power. Useful contacts, the pressure on the other help to achieve wealth and power. An honest man would not survive in the world of “corruption”.


The game has more than 200 levels. Solve the problem, go through the mission to assemble a team, build a chain of corruption. The number of allies in the chain of corruption raises the prestige of the player. The team helps to run into other players, and defend itself.


  • The game is based on real corruption schemes, the characters and positions used are the ones that surround us in everyday life
  • The structure of the game assumes more than two hundred levels of development, and the final goal is determined by the player himself
  • At the third level the player will have to choose the class of the character and enter his e-mail to activate one account that can be used for the browser based version of the «Corruption» game on the website of social network
  • From the 6th level the feature of creating a corruption chain, i.e. the team, becomes available. It is more interesting to complete missions, attack together, and, besides, when played well, team playing brings good profit
  • There are settings in the game that have possibilities to improve and increase their profitability

The world of “Corruption” a varied and exciting. To download the application and begin their struggle for power may be in the App Store and Play Market.

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