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Posted on 2020-06-28 02:05:55 | Show thread starter's posts only

Hi there, anyone has any news on Voyage Century 2: Pirate Survival? (Snail Games)

I've found a similar game coming in 2020, from IGG, it's called Anno Voyage (iOS and Android)

*link removed due to outside links rule*


Posted on 2020-06-28 14:43:17 | Show thread starter's posts only

Snail has or had a survival game on steam

Posted on 2020-06-28 16:53:48 | Show thread starter's posts only

Anno Voyage
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Anno Voyage is a massively multiplayer online role-playing video game scheduled to be published by IGG in 2020.
Video game
Massively multiplayer online role-playing game

I would guess Covid pushed that schedule back some....
and it will probably be released first in China as that is where their main player base is.

I found only 3 links that mention it.. one is the you tube that I pasted above... 2 are to the same site and are in Japanese (they seem to be the same info)

all it says is:

Official site :
Selling agency : IGG
Developer :
Release date : Within 2020
price :
Genre : MMO simulation RPG
Rating :
Remarks : Ocean
Other :

it shows on top of Japanese article about the IGG booth at Tokyo Game Show 2019 (was held September 12-15, 2019)


The only thing I can find on Voyage Century 2
is a short (in Russian) article 4+ yrs old so they probably dropped the project at snail.

Refer to the old post on this for any (old) information...


 Current snail games;

Snail USA China
PC Client Games

   Age of Wushu
   ARK Park - available at Steam
   PixARK - available at Steam
   Dark and Light- available at Steam
   Dark and Light shard of faith- available at Steam
   Bounty Bay Online
   5 street

Mobile games

   Taichi Panda
   Taichi Panda: Heroes
   Taichi Panda: Dragon Hunter
   Dragon Revolt
   Age of Wushu Dynasty
   Sword of Shadows
   Kingdom Warriors
   Reborn Blade
   King of Wushu

Browser Games

   Ministry of War
   Heroes of Gaia

PC Client Games

  Cube Ark
  Ark Park
  Black desert
  Darkness and light
  The Nine Yin Zhen Jing 2
  Jiuyin Zhenjing
  Ark Survival Evolution OL
  Jiuyang Divine Skill
  Wujie District
  Nautical century
  Mecha Century  

Mobile Games

City of Heroes 2
  Fairy Scar
  Battle hero
  Nine Yang Divine Skill 2
  Heaven 2: Blood Alliance
  Dragon Battle
  Nine Yin Zhen Jing 3D
  Dragon World
  Ark Survival Evolution Mobile Games
  My dinosaur
  Dark and Light Mobile Games
  Tai Chi Panda 2
  Tai Chi Panda
  Tai Chi Panda 3

Web (Browser) Games

  Imperial Civilization
  Grand Voyage
  Hero City

Video Games

  Jiuyang Divine Skill
  Jiuyin Zhenjing
  Tai Chi Panda

I clicked and looked at most the PC woniu games.  Only ones for sure that are sandbox which vc2 was suppose to be is The Nine Yin Zhen Jing 2, and Darkness and light (for PC) ... Black Desert looks new too but might not be sandbox.


IGG current games:

Mobile games

Lords Mobile
Castle Clash
Mobile Royale
Valiant Tales
Dragon Brawlers
Lost Stones; Aya's Prophesy
Deck Heroes: Puzzle RPG
Clash of Lords 2
Deck Heroes; Puzzles RPG
Clash of Lords 2
Deck Heroes
Kingdoms Mobile
Monster Fable
Brave Conquest
Hunters and Puzzles
Craft Legend
Battle Mobile
Texas HoldEm Poker Deluxe
Clash of Lords
Casino Deluxe
Castle Clash; new dawn
Galaxy Mobile
Raids & Puzzles: RPG Quest
Angels Online
Puzzle Eudemon Tales
Rise of Fleets: Pearl Harbor
Dream Decor

Browser Games

Galaxy Online 2
Texas HoldEm Poker Deluxe
Wings of Destiny

PC Games

GodsWar Online
Angels Online
Voyage Century Online



Posted on 2020-06-28 22:53:57 | Show thread starter's posts only

So it's possible that VCO2 was remade into Anno Voyage?

Posted on 2020-06-29 03:05:05 | Show thread starter's posts only

Voyage Century 2 is/was being developed by Snail, while Anno Voyage appears to be IGG's own project, so that's unlikely. Might be IGG has taken inspiration from it though, but it's all speculation at this point.

Tangentially related, Snail was also developing a browser version of VCO back in the day... but that was like a decade ago so I think it's fair to say that ship has sailed.

Posted on 2020-06-29 14:16:27 | Show thread starter's posts only

If you look at the number of mobile games IGG has vs the pc and browser games ( and look up dates released) you realize IGG is trying to only create and run mobile platform games.

There have been no new browser or pc games in many years (at IGG).

Anno Voyage is probably an attempt to get us (current VCO players) to play on a phone...
(if they are successful at getting us to migrate over, then they wont have to keep leasing the game from snail.)

and keep in mind no info is out if Anno is sandbox or not... so doubt they bought the idea from snail.

as a note at one time IGG had quite a few browser games.... so maybe that was the idea for a while in the almost creating a VCO browser game... but as we all know know Flash will not be supported or even work after December 2020....
so that will kill what is left of IGG's browser games.

- Ele

Posted on 2020-07-30 23:30:03 | Show thread starter's posts only

I found more info here

Posted on 2020-07-31 02:46:38 | Show thread starter's posts only

That page is about the Tokyo Game Show 2019 (was held September 12-15, 2019)

it does not say anything about anno voyage other than
In addition, new titles such as "Anno Voyage", "Galaxy Mobile", and "Project Ω" that are scheduled to be released were also introduced.

 and you can see a screen of anno voyage on the left in this picture.

Here I zoomed in 500%... but the resolution of the photo is so low you can not really see anything.

and as a note, the only time "sand box" is mentioned it is talking about the game "craft legend".


It is worth noting that there is a picture book called "Anno's Journey"

some reviews say:

Genre: Historical fiction
Summary: This book starts with one man rowing in a boat. He settles on a coast and meets another man. As the story progresses, the area becomes settled, then a village, then a town, and then a city. The pictures become increasingly busier and really depict the hustle and bustle of a town.

Celebrated Japanese picture-book author and artist Mitsumasa Anno, winner of the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1984, began his series of wordless travelogues with this 1977 book - subsequent titles include Anno's Italy, Anno's Britain, and Anno's USA - which follows the horseback figure of the author, as he travels through northern Europe. From rural fields to crowded towns, country fairs to school races, Anno wends his way through the European landscape, taking the reader on a visual journey that weaves in classic works of art and storytelling, little visual jokes, and a running romantic theme.

Anno takes a trip from the pristine shores of unconquered land through the buzz of big city life arriving at an expansion of green fields warmed by the orange light of sunset. Riding on horseback through Europe, he experiences the changes from untouched nature to urban settings, from the solitude of the trees to clusters of city dwellers. As his journey comes to an end, Anno leaves his horse behind and walks to the edge of a green field to enjoy the setting sun.
Anno’s journey is an exploration of Europe and how the land changes in the hands of men and women. The stunning two-page illustrations show the reader a bird’s eye view of each location, rich in details. The reader moves from the quietude of fields and forests to the farms at the edge of the town to the center of the city itself. The prevalent green of uninhabited land gives place to browns, blues, oranges and reds of city living. There is little plot to be discussed; this is a book about settings, a book about human influence and change on its surroundings. Children will spend countless hours accounting for all the little clues left of the page by Anno, a Hans Christian Andersen Medal recipient.

So it MIGHT be based on this book or Series of Books...  IDK
this might also be why they announced it in Japan (the author's home country)....

just my guesses.

- Ele