Goko makes and publishes HTML5 games. You can learn more about Goko here.
Learn more about the Goko platform at our Developer Site. You can request a developer account and learn more about distributing your game with Goko.
Learn more about Goko the company, our developer platform, and career opportunities here.
You can learn more about the Goko platform at our Developer Site. There you'll be able to request a developer account and learn more about distributing your game with Goko.
Are you having a problem playing one of our games? Please reach out and tell us what is going on. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Goko is the best place to play smart and fun games like Dominion, Forbidden City, and All the King’s Men. We are building a community of gamers who want more out of their games and want to play with other people. Many of our games support real time, multiplayer game play where you can play with your friends or meet new friends. You can play most Goko games from an iPad, Android tablet or a web browser on your personal computer. You can play our games almost anywhere. Join our community to build and customize an avatar, play with other gamers around the world, dominate the leaderboards of your favorite games, and unlock special achievements.
You can get started by creating your profile at Goko.com. Click on a game, and then play!
You can play Goko games as a guest or you can register with us and have access to in-game chat, save your personal game stats, customize your avatar and more.
Gokoins are virtual coins that can be used to purchase in-game items. If you do not have enough Gokoins to purchase an in-game digital object, Goko will let you know and you will be prompted to buy Gokoins.
No, you do not have to register to play Goko games. You can play as a guest. Please be aware though that your high scores, achievements, ratings or coins that you earned while playing will not be saved. You have to create an account to save all of your personal stats, customize your avatar and more!
Yes, you can use the same account. In fact, we strongly suggest you use the same email address and username to be able to log in to your account.
Registering for Goko is free. We do offer premium content, and expansion packs for a nominal fee.
Every game is different but most Goko games allow you to play a portion of the game for free.
Yes! Our billing partner will automatically identify which country you are playing our games. When you are ready to purchase an item, the billing page will be shown in your country’s language as well as the payment options will be specific to your country. There should be a variety of payment options by country for your convenience.
Yes, the virtual currency is called Gokoins which you can purchase from our store. Gokoins can be used in our game stores to buy special items for each game.
Gokoins are the currency in which to buy most premium items on Goko, including expansions and other types of game currencies. Most games offer some type of objects you can earn and redeem within the game. Gokoins are for premium items or, in some games, you can buy items instead of earning them to save yourself some time.
We offer the most popular payment methods by country. Even though it varies by country, we generally accept payments by credit card, Paypal, mobile, and many other options.
You can find more information about our payment provider here:
For refunds or charge disputes please contact us at email@example.com.
No. As a player you cannot earn real money. You can earn virtual game currency that can be used to purchase game objects.
Avatars are a representation of yourself or an alternate you. We will be expanding the overall selection of avatars as well as the functionality. Stay tuned for more information.
You can change your avatar by clicking on it. From there, choose among various pre-made avatars. We will be expanding the avatar system to allow for more customization in the future.
Dominion is a deck-building card game in which the players compete to gather the most valuable deck of cards, defined by the total amount of Victory Points, representing Kingdoms.
As it is a deck-building card game, each player starts with an identical small deck of cards and builds it up buying more cards each turn. As cards are added every turn, a player's deck grows more powerful as the game progresses. The winner is the player who gains the most Victory Points. You can find out more about playing dominion at goko.com by going to Dominion and clicking the “How to Play” button.
Currently we have the Base set, Intrigue, Seaside, Prosperity and some of Dark Ages online. Other expansions including, Guilds, Alchemy, Cornucopia and Hinterlands will launch later.
The Dominion Base Set is available for free. You can buy other expansions, available in the store.
Both. You can either play single player with the computer, or multiplayer with others from the Meeting Room. Please note though that the current version of Dominion does not offer offline game play.
Dominion coins are one type of currency that you can use to purchase some in-game items. In the case of Dominion coins, you can use them to buy “Acts” and “Zaps” when you play in “Adventure” mode.
We usually suggest new players play with Serf Bot. If you are in the meeting room, and add a bot, you should be able to see their ratings. Lower ratings probably means easier.
You get both the coins and the Victory Tokens by winning in the "Adventures". You get the Victory Tokens by beating the "bosses" in the Adventures The "bosses" are the hard games in the Adventures.
Your rating is a measure of your skill at Dominion. All registered players are rated the same way, including bots. As you win games and the rating system gains more confidence in your ability, your rating will increase. Your rating, a number from 0 to 10,000, is shown in the Rating column of the leaderboard. A number in parentheses indicates the number of rating points you gained or lost in your last game. A "P" indicates that your rating is "provisional", i.e. the system does not yet have a good estimate of your ability. While you are provisional, you'll see your rating in the leaderboard, but nobody else will.
The leaderboard is sorted by rating so the higher your rating, the higher in you will be in the leaderboard. Your Rank is your position in the leaderboard, with #1 being the top position.
There are four tabs in the leaderboard window. The "Daily" leaderboard is the number of wins you have accumulated for that day. The other three leaderboards track your skill in "Casual Play", "Professional Play" and "Adventures". Whether a game is rated under "Casual Play" or "Professional" depends on what was selected when the game was created.
The system tries to be reasonably sure you deserve the rating before it awards it to you, so it may be low until you have played a sufficient number of games.
Ratings are adjusted based on what place you came in. It's about whether you came in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. in the game, not on how many victory points you won by. Ratings are also adjusted based on the ratings of your opponents. For example, beating a higher-rated opponent will help your rating much more than beating a lower-rated opponent. All registered players are rated the same way, including bots.
If you resign a game, it is treated as a loss. If you need to leave, you should resign the game, rather than simply abandoning it, which leaves your opponent waiting for you. We keep track of the number of times you unexpectedly quit and this is shown on your score card.
You can see your score card, as well as somebody else’s score card by clicking on the avatar icon in the meeting room, before you start a game.
The following information is in the score card:
* The type of game you want to play “Casual” or “Pro”. You can select this in the beginning of the game. (This feature coming soon!)
At this time, we don’t have a training option. You can choose not to login, in which case your games will not count against your leaderboard score.
Not at this time but we do plan to add this functionality in the future.
Not at this time, if there is enough interest in this type of feature, we will look at adding it to our future roadmap.
All The King's Men is a fast-paced grid game where you build up your castle and conquer your opponents by combining tiles with special powers. Send your knights into battle, fire your cannons at opponents, and unleash a dragon or two. This one is really addictive, so be prepared!
You combine power tiles on your game board to build up your offense and send against your opponents. The first one who either destroys the other castle or whose castle reaches 100 points wins! Keep track of who's ahead with live updates on how other players are progressing with their castles as well as watch all the troops in action on the heads-up display.
From famed game designer Reiner Knizia comes Forbidden City. Set in the Palace of the Emperor, you compete to build rooms using particular tiles while using your advisors special powers to gain advantage. If you like Carcassonne, you'll love Forbidden City!
To curry favor with the Emperor, you need to control as many rooms in the Forbidden City as you can. Each player receives a random tile in one of four colors. Use these tiles to build up rooms of that color while gaining more points for larger rooms. The player with the most advisors in a room when it is closed controls the room! Some Advisors have special powers, so be prepared for a few surprises!