Ice sculptures replicating hit Chinese game 'Honor of Kings' draw in crowds

Smash-hit Chinese mobile game "Honor of Kings” (also known as "Arena
of Valor") can now be experienced in person in Harbin’s Snow and Ice
World, footage from Sunday reveals.
Characters of the popular mobile game are represented as huge snow
and ice sculptures, taking visitors and players of the game to a new
fantasy dimension.
"The game is pretty cool, but when you enter this place it feels like
you’re actually inside it, although a couple of things felt out of
place," commented on one visitor.

"Honor of Kings" is currently proving to be an extremely popular
choice amongst the free-download mobile games. In July 2017, it was
estimated that the game had over 80 million daily active players and 200
million monthly active players.

Chinese internet giant and creator company Tencent implemented
restrictions to keep children under the age of 12 in China from playing
more than an hour a day.

The limits were established after the government-owned newspaper
People's Daily described the game as "poison" and called for tighter

The game was recently soft-launched under the name "Arena of Valor"
in south Asia and a few European countries including Germany, France,
Spain and Italy.


By: Ruptly (28530.00)

Tags: Honor of Kings, Arena of Valor, videogame, Chinese game, ice sculptures, fantasy

Location: Harbin, China


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