3D cute anime fantasy role playing game. There are five class trees (melee, ranged, magic, healer, and tank) that have specialized sub-classes (for a total of 12 unique classess) that are unlocked as you level. Uniquely to this game you can change between any class you have unlocked at any time. Lots of player versus environment grinds and instances to keep you leveling your assorted classes. Currently there is only one playable race (human) but more are on the way. Use either the WASD keys or click to move for getting around Eden Eternal.See Videos
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Eldevin is a 3D MMORPG, played in the browser. Set in an open, medieval fantasy-themed world, Eldevin sports classless leveling, fantasy lore and an intricate trade system. Eldevin features hundreds of quests and dynamic leveling, which means that in-game decisions influence the path a character can take later on. The game can be overwhelming at first, featuring about 100 skills and six talent trees, but these are introduced only gradually. PvP is instanced with arenas and battlegrounds available to the more competitive; it’s also a real skills test as combat is immersive and strategy-dependent. There are also 14 dungeons that offer plenty of co-op opportunities for the socially minded denizens of Eldevin. Crafting and trading opportunities are plentiful, with the game boasting 14 different professions. For what it’s worth, the story is well-written and the world of Eldevin seems quite sizable, providing an abundance of quest, secret and grinding opportunities. Runescape is the first comparison that comes to mind when discussing Eldevin. Truly, Eldevin, even though a unique and polished game, can and does slip into the genre tropes established by Runescape and its successors. That being said, Eldevin still offers a rather compelling, even if at times tedious journey.See Videos
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Empire Universe 3
Empire Universe 3 is a strategy MMO ‘empire building’ game, played in the browser. It boasts 9 classes and an interesting (yet at times confusing) user interface. The game has the main features you’d expect from a game of this caliber: resource management, expansion, forming alliances and so on. Plentiful customization options are available in this game: aside from choosing the race and look of your character, the stat point system allows you to direct your empire towards trade, conquest, reconnaissance, etc. Construction and research times are quite slow – be warned. The sci-fi lore is well-written, but the quests are uneventful. The community seems quite helpful, but there are not that many players online. On the flip side, Empire Universe 3 doesn’t require a huge daily time investment, and, as the game is largely text-based, you can become the grand schemer you always were destined to be, finding your way to victory through sheer brain power.See Videos
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Ensemble Online (EO) is a sandbox MMORTS with RPG elements. Players start off in a village and gather resources to build their own cabin in the woods; fight monsters to level up; and quest to get all sorts of goodies. The game takes place on a huge real-time map. Now, EO is still very rough around the edges. Patchy animation goes hand in hand with frame rate spikes. Quests are completely botched as you have to provide screenshots to the admins to turn in quests. Gathering materials is slow and building something is even slower. Netcode bugs sometimes leave you stranded a hundred squares from where you want to be, etc. Still the graphics are nice and so is character customization. However, the crucial point is that EO is full of great ideas. Even now there’s a lot of fun to be had in this rather unique blend of the two towering game genres.See Videos
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Eternal Saga is a cartoony MMORPG taking place in a world that’s being invaded by demons. Scary, but the cuteness of the graphics kind of balances it out. Three vanilla classes are featured – mage, archer and warrior. Leveling up is really fast, plus the game offers some well-developed sideline activities such as pet keeping and enchanting. Social features are represented as well – guilds, parties and so on. PvP can be done on a guild scale or in the arena. Eternal Saga has quite a few trappings of a casual game, namely auto questing and the relaxed atmosphere, but the game doesn’t play itself and gives players considerable control over combat and other activities. Altogether, this is a perfectly fine casual MMORPG which few will love but fewer still will hate.See Videos
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Eve Online is an ambitious sci-fi MMORPG. With a single, engrossing universe having about 40-50 thousand players online simultaneously, Eve Online is very much a landmark game. The action taking place in a galaxy called New Eden. Players pick from five races and team up in Corporations -- ‘corps’ for short -- to gain dominance with their starships in breathtaking, complex battles. The graphics are stellar and, along with game content, have been updated regularly since Eve’s 2003 release. Eve is a second life to many, and with reason. Players get by with piracy, manufacturing, exploration, combat, and more -- to each his own. Eve Online has all the trappings of a typical MMORPG, but it's also much more -- it’s actually one of the richest online gaming experiences nowadays. Before you start, however, know this: the learning curve is an steep; the game is PvP-centric; and, finally, it’s nearly impossible to enjoy Eve without social encounters.See Videos
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EverQuest, the groundbreaking MMORPG developed by Sony Online Entertainment, was first released in 1999 and has since undergone significant changes, including 19 expansions and a gradual shift towards a free-to-play game model. The game boasts an impressive total of 16 classes and 16 races within a continuously expanding game world. The graphics are, naturally, quite outdated (even though they’ve been constantly updated since 1999), but the new, reworked UI sometimes causes complaints. PvP seems off-balance as well, but that’s not what EverQuest is about – as the name implies. There’s a depth to this game few can surpass – the world is full of secrets, and exploring it promises much fun; the PvE is on par with most pay-to-play titles; the community is inviting and helpful. Definitely try it if you consider yourself an RPG lover.See Videos
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Everquest II is a MMORPG developed by Sony Online Entertainment. It was released back in 2004 and went free-to-play in 2010. The game offers an immersive experience with huge gameplay variety – 20 races and 25 classes to choose from, and expansion packs bring even more variety. The fantasy-themed story, set in a universe parallel to the original EverQuest, flows smoothly and gives the player a sense of direction. NPCs are sometimes elaborately scripted, surprising players in many different ways. The fun crafting system won’t disappoint. Everquest 2 is definitely developed with thoroughness and with care. Although the graphics and animation haven’t aged well, the interface is very convenient and the soundtrack leaves no more do be desired. Combat lacks in speed, but PvE and general gameplay doesn’t disappoint with about 6000 quests available to those who have unlocked the whole game world with a subscription. Definitely a must-try for any MMORPG fan.See Videos
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Graphics-rich and well detailed for a browser based strategy game. Use special items to enhance your game play. Great in-game tutorial to get you started gathering resources and building your kingdom. Integrates with Facebook for those of you who wish to strengthen your kingdoms with ready alliances.
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Exoplanet war is an online strategy game. The game is set in a sci-fi setting reminiscent of the Warhammer universe -- three races are struggling for victory on a planet Xenos that is the only source of a rare resource, called... Xenos. The player is given a fresh, non-developed colony on the planet, and has to build buildings, gather resources, form alliances with other players or engage them in combat when their army is big enough. Players can also raid rebel forces (monsters) on the planet and complete quests to gain resources faster. There are lots of unit types (infantry, vehicles, air, defensive, offensive, etc.) and the game is a challenge for anyone who enjoys military strategy. The game does have a "pay up" attitude, as its paid features are presented to the player somewhat aggressively.
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Fantasy of Sword
Fantasy of Sword is an anime-styled fantasy MMORPG. There are 7 classes in the world of Fantasy of Sword, and the eighth is in the making. The classes are the usual -- warriors, mages, and something in between. Turn-based combat doesn’t offer much of a challenge, but it does become more interesting when you learn skills. There’s a pet system and you can use your pet's skills as well as your own. Fantasy of Sword is instance-based, and quests aren’t very imaginative; however, if you like to get to know a fantasy world through text, you’ll enjoy the quests, as quest NPCs tell a lot about the story through dialogues. There’s a small but nice community; players can form guilds and do PvP, as well as participate in the market.
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Fiesta is a social, anime-styled MMORPG set in the world of Isya. Choose from four classes � fighter, cleric, archer and mage. Players also get job advancements at levels 20, 60, and 100. The game has vibrant, brightly colored graphics. The world is beautiful and vast; however, questing is boring, especially alone, so being a social player helps. Kingdom quests � group quests which usually include killing a boss � are a treat, though. Fiesta�s inhabitants can learn numerous professions and explore the game�s well-developed crafting system. Fiesta, although by no means a gem in some aspects, has its social features well worked out. You�ll particularly enjoy the awesome, GM-supervised game events and the friendly community. If you like casual games which provide a fresh experience each time you log on, look no further.See Videos
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Fire911 is a firefighting simulator. The game is set in a SimCity-ish environment, and you do your best to respond to emergencies that happen in the city by sending fire trucks, police trucks or ambulance cars. Aside from a fire station, you can build police stations, ambulance services, technical help services and hospitals. The game hasn’t got a competitive aspect (Fire911’s goal is expanding your buildings and protecting the city from danger), but you can friend up with other users and receive extra trucks from them when you have some extra emergencies happening in your city. Although free, Fire911 can get dull if you aren’t a social gamer, and slow if you don’t pay to complete buildings or put out fires faster.
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Firefall is an MMO/Shooter set in a sci-fi universe where Earth is under attack by extra-dimensional aliens. From the very outset the game captivates with great graphics, intensive battles and a story (played in an open world) that echoes the epic scale of Pacific Rim. There’s a massive single-player campaign played out with hundreds of other players. Each of the five classes has a significant role in combat, which reminds one of Tribes. There are also jetpacks that make everything much more intense and fun. MMO elements like crafting and mass-invasion events make Firefall stand out even more. Not to say that it’s all rainbows and unicorns all the way, though: there’s not enough content, and progressing through levels is patchy. PvP can get laggy, but classes aren’t that balanced as of now. Overall, though, Firefall is definitely one of the most intriguing F2P shooting titles out there.See Videos
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Florensia features both land and naval combat in a beautiful medieval setting. Players get 12 classes to choose from, the ability to build their own ship, amazing graphics and a worldwide community.
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Fly For Fun
User friendly fantasy RPG with beautiful anime style graphics. Fly around the world to discover new lands, fight monsters on the ground or in the air, and take part in special events (like races). Raise a pet, open your own shop or fight against other players in the weekly Guild Siege events.See Videos
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Forge of Empires
Forge of Empires is a browser-based strategy MMO. Players take hold of a stone age settlement and help their people progress through the ages by managing their city, producing troops and gathering resources all while keeping the populace happy; this is like a slower version of Age of Empires. The game has a nice UI and the campaign flows smoothly. Graphics are well-detailed and together with the advisers fit in with the player�s current era. The turn-based combat system reminds one of Heroes of Might and Magic, which is a good thing here. PvP isn�t complex at all. Defending armies can�t be controlled so PvP basically becomes an army pitch with only the attacker being able to play smart. The game is very promising at the early levels, but as the players progress it becomes clear that you have to pay to achieve something.See Videos
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Free Jack is a parkour racing MMO. Players compete with each other to the finish line, overcoming different obstacles on the way. Sort of like an online version of Mirror’s Edge with lots of Mario Kart. During runs, players employ peculiar power-ups like kisses and garbage cans to set their enemies back. The game sports four classes – two male and two female – with unique abilities and characteristics. Free Jack has both solo and team matchups and they’re all very exciting. Matchmaking, which is very important for arcade games like these, is well-balanced -- you’ll seldom find games where you finish light years behind the pack. Vibrant and colorful environments plus characters with an anime feel make the game look and feel great. Free Jack is, at its best, an engrossing and addictive experience – but play it for too long and the lack of variety can wear on. The fun will last longer if you enjoy it with moderation.See Videos
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An anime role playing community. Features chat forums, a variety of different clothes, your own house, furniture, Your own home page, fishing, slots, cards, and towns to explore.
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Game of Thrones: Ascent
Game of Thrones is a Facebook strategy game set in the 'A Song of Ice and Fire' universe from George R. R. Martin’s book series. The player becomes a noble and swears fealty to one of the four houses from the book, and, my, the game lore is well developed indeed, with Tyrion Lannister being of course the wittiest advisor there is. Players build their encampments and progress through missions using Sworn Swords. There’s a reasonably complex skill system that depends on the player’s house, and players are free to branch out towards being either a ‘modern’ or a ‘truthful’ knight. Despite the fact that Game of Thrones is highly detailed, it certainly isn’t perfect: the social system adds some level of competition to the game, but that’s not enough to keep players interested in the long run. Plus, as in many such games, there’s the problem with building times that slowly become unbearably long.See Videos
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Create your own Roman Hero, fight against wild creatures and barbarian hordes, and complete missions to earn money.
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Godfather: Five Families
The Godfather: Five Families is a browser-based, mafia-family-simulator/strategy MMO developed by Kabam. It’s set in the US after World War 2, and focuses on the five families from Mario Puzo’s book – the Tattaglia, Barzini, Corleone, Cuno, and Stracci families. The player gets to assume the role of a single family and build up its mansion and estates, join a crew of other players, raid rival gangs and fight for influence in NYC. The game is stylish -- from the background music to the game’s cutscenes and city visuals, the game looks and feels awesome. There’s always something to do in Godfather, as quests (jobs) and social opportunities are plentiful. If you’re a fan of the movies/books, Godfather will likely be an interesting game to you, due to the backstory and the beautiful depiction of the Godfather universe. For all others, it depends on gaming preferences.See Videos
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Golden Age is a browser-based strategy MMO developed by Aeria Games. The game has some three factions, and classes are determined by your choice of skills. The setting is medieval fantasy. Golden Age is an interesting crossover between RPG and strategy, featuring elements of both. The strategy part involves your village, which you upgrade to gain resources, populate and nurture in a variety of ways. Relationships with other players are in the form of alliances. Golden Age’s RPG features include quests, leveling up, learning skills, acquiring items, and so on. In the end, though, the most important thing is your army, and that’s why it’s safe to say that Golden Age is at its core a strategy game – and it’s surprisingly fun for such an unconventional genre amalgam.See Videos
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3D multiplayer golf. Use experience points to gain passive skills to increase your player’s attributes. There are slots in the user interface to place active skills just like you would use in a RPG. The game allows for thirty simultaneous users playing (in contrast to some older turn and stat-based games). There are five game modes, but don’t fret. All of them still involve playing golf.See Videos
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An online action brawler set in a medieval fantasy world. Follows the story of a few brave young knights who join a group of nobles known as the “Grand Chase” to defeat an evil usurper to the thrown. Combines dungeon crawling with intense PvP matches.
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Explore the magical world of Saphael. Branching class trees let you choose your character's path step by step as your experience grows. Features customizable sprite companions that do your grunt work for you, a huge variety of mounts, auction houses, PvP combat, guilds and more.
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Grand Voyage (GV) is an RPG/Commerce game set in the Age of Exploration. Players start with a basic ship and slowly work their way towards obtaining new, sometimes fantastic means of transportation like the submarine of Jules Verne. The main activity in Grand Voyage is buying goods at one port and selling them off at another, which brings about much fun due to the game’s monetary system, resembling that of real markets. Now the downside. Battles and quests are automated; the story doesn’t stand a chance; the cluttered interface is scarcely legible. Historical accuracy can be found in word not in deed: for example, Athens was but a small village during the Age of Exploration, definitely no thriving port; furthermore, you can’t ‘explore uncharted waters’ as the ads tell you; etc. GV has some fun stuff for a casual title, but unless the topic really interests you there are better games to play.See Videos
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Gunrox features randomly generated maps in vibrant and colorful game world. Fight with others for dominance and train your squad to get powerful weapons and useful skills.
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Aimed at 13 to 18 year olds, this is a virtual life simulation in a hotel. Meet other people, have your character find a job, or buy stuff for your hotel room.
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HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft
HearthStone is a collectible card game by Blizzard. It’s set in the Warcraft universe. Players compete with the AI and real enemies with their deck of cards, striving to acquire better ones and build their deck. Players choose from nine classes that can be found in the company’s famous MMORPG. Its lore blends well with World of Warcraft and of course the title is well-polished like most Blizzard titles are, featuring great graphics, an easy-to-use interface and unique sounds for each card. The gameplay is simple yet allows for all sorts of tactics and mind games--it’s definitely a lot more exciting than that of most similar titles. HearthStone has an arena mode where players compete for cards and gold in a streak until three losses. Legendary cards are hard to come by, and although these can be a game-changer, acquiring them is much more difficult than buying $20 worth of card packs. HearthStone has a lot of staying power, considering its polish and the well-established lore. It’s definitely not of the ‘pay-to-win’ type and it, like all good titles, has simple ground rules that lead to complex scenarios; winning games in HearthStone requires, above all, skill and dedication.See Videos
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Heroes In The Sky
Heroes in the Sky is a dogfighting MMO, set in World War II. Choose from two factions (Allies and Axis) that engage in faction battles -- aka Occupational Wars -- and level up to unlock new gear. The game features over 70 flyable planes and numerous missions for players of all levels. The combat is fast-paced and fun, but that doesn’t take away much from strategy. Heroes in the Sky has four plane types that spice up the gameplay with extra tactics. For example, bombers can bomb ground targets, but gunners can heal and revive fallen allies, etc. There are also numerous events for competitive players. Players can customize their planes and upgrade them – thus, the game features something of a crafting system. The only downside is the rather large PvP bonuses for players who purchase extra gear.
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A civilization building strategy game set in ancient Greece. Trade, fight wars and explore the ancient world.
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Illyriad is a fantasy MMORTS played in the browser. Choose from four races, establish your city, train troops and research new technologies to establish your rule in the game world. The developers place a special emphasis on gameplay depth, by providing over 290 research options, detailed diplomacy, and tournaments that keep the game fun. Along with player-driven trading, the game also introduces military strategy to a degree scarcely present in other MMORTS games – for example, terrain and troop types actually influence strategy in Illyriad. If you like the genre, there’s a very good chance you won’t be disappointed.See Videos
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Inferno Legend (IL) is a 3D fantasy RPG/MMO, played in the browser. Upon assuming a role based on one of the five demon classes, players pledge their loyalty to the dark lord and strive to drive ‘the just’ from the instanced game world. IL features a nice story that pertains to the biblical ‘creation wars’ between the good and the never-well-to-do angels. Right off the bat interesting combat features are introduced, like the Faith variable that gives players an edge depending on how the dark lord is disposed towards them. The excitement wanes, however, upon realizing that the combat can be controlled in a very limited manner. Furthermore, even if alliances can be formed and PvP is available, player interaction is scarce—this might have to do with IL being a mobile title as well. Even though the storyline is short-lived, additional challenges are available to players wanting to spend more time in-game. Overall, IL could definitely become a more lovable title. It does have the trappings of one at least, boasting vivid graphics, a unique storyline and some quirky innovations. As of now, however, it falls short of players’ expectations with the UI problems, bland combat and complete lack of player interaction.See Videos
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Infinite Crisis is a MOBA set in the DC universe. As of now it features 20 heroes with four active skills as well as one passive skill, but many more are sure to be added as the game matures. What’s interesting is that in IC there are some game modes altogether new to MOBAs. For example, the map called Gotham Heights has a cannon for spawning drones (the cannon can be used strategically to great effect); maps have destructible stuff in them, which allows for building hidden pathways; and so on. However, Infinite Crisis is still very much rough around the edges. For example, different items look alike, which makes shopping confusing and slow. There are of course balancing issues and occasional bugs. But what we have here looks promising, and especially promising to those who like playing superheroes.See Videos
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Infinite Realms is a sci-fi themed MMO strategy game, played through Facebook. Players have to build production structures, upgrade their outposts, train troops and recruit heroes to conquer new areas, build alliances and fight both player and computer enemies (mobs). Although the game doesn’t offer much originality, it is the sci-fi setting that has its appeal. If you’re one for stories, the game offers "mission text" for each mission you’re given, and the missions are daily. Infinite Realms is by no means a game that could earn the title for ‘most innovative Facebook game’, but it’s playable and has a somewhat small but friendly community.
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Iron Grip: Marauders
Browser strategy with lots of animated micro-commanding turn-based control. Ground troops, base defenses and air ships. Develop your engineering skills to create a unique blend of warriors to do battle for profits. With plunder and air ships as par for the course, Marauders isn’t such a bad title. This is a darkly technological pirate adventure.
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Massively multiplayer role playing game. Five in-depth factions with class-less character development, extensive pet system, unique flight system, large-scale PvP system and numerous in-game events. Advance your character toward the secrets of immortality in a Chinese landscape. This is an English version of the game inspired by Internet-based novel Zhu Xian.See Videos
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King’s Road is a browser-based dungeon crawler MMO by Rumble Games. It brings the experience of titles like Diablo and Torchlight to the browser in a beautiful 3D environment. King’s Road is amazing right off the bat. Players enter into a world of chaos and distress and left-click their way around by unlocking new skills, merchants, achievements and crafting features. And of course, getting heaps upon heaps of loot is also an integral part of it. The game world is instanced not real-time, having the player travel to hubs and dungeons from the main city. King’s Road sports the three staple classes – wizard, archer, knight – and an intricate skill tree for each. Classes can be switched in-game. Players craft items by giving them to a blacksmith; this does provide an incentive not to sell everything, but it’s also very slow. Upon death players simply wait for revival, but some dungeons will kick out a player after their third death. Social features are abundant (co-op is available even with strangers) and maps have replay value—in fact, replaying is highly encouraged—as completion of a level awards premium currency. Overall, if you had the slightest bit of fun playing Diablo, Torchlight, Nox, or any other such game for that matter—do play King’s Road. It’s nothing short of amazing.See Videos
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