Best free mmorpgs of april 2010
Starting this month, we will pick up the best eight free massive multiplayer online role-playing games each month for you. Why eight? It’s simple. Eight is the natural number following seven and preceding nine. Don’t you think it’s a good reason?
Shaiya, another successful MMO where you must slay terrible beasts, wield powerful weapons, but just try not to die, as in some modes of Shaiya, death is permanent.
Runes of Magic is a free massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG), based on the mystical world, full of wonders and ancients secrets, of Taborea, the player will meet mysterious and dangerous creatures and solve the enigmas of old kingdoms long-lost in the mists of time.
Free Realms is a free 3D virtual world where you can do whatever you want, whenever you want! Jump in straight from your web browser! Once you create your character, you’ll be in and playing in just a few minutes.
Allods is a revolutionary massively multiplayer RPG. The largest game development project in Russian history ($12 million), Allods features state of the art graphics by top award-winning artists and a cinematic soundtrack by Mark Morgan (Dexter, Fallout 1 & 2, Planescape: Torment). The game is one of the largest and most comprehensive MMORPGs ever created, featuring a vast and gorgeously realized world, astral space exploration, and flying ships which can be crewed by multiple parties to explore new realms and pillage other astral travelers.
Atlantica Online is a new turn-based, strategy MMO where players begin a journey to find the relics of Atlantis and destroy them. As they explore more, they discover their own connection to the fallen city. Atlantica Online offers players turn-based combat, a mercenary system and city/country management systems.
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited (or DDO for short) is now a free mmorpg. Set in the vast and dangerous online world of Eberron, gamers discover hidden treasure, pummel monsters, and look to evade traps left behind by an ancient race. By leveraging the most active, most realistic combat system of any online game, DDO players deliver and feel every blow that goes into a baddie’s demise.
Florensia is a 3D animated fantasy MMORPG where players can level up on both land and sea separately. The traditional MMORPG elements exist on both land and sea and in order to go from one continent to another you have to hop on your boat and set sail. Florensia has some of the best looking animated graphics out there. Create and develop your own personal character, build a ship and train your abilities afloat and ashore with the unique dual battle system of Florensia.
Galaxy Online is a 2D Sci-Fi MMORPG that plays a lot like browser based games. It is a space based game where players must piece together a galactic empire one planet at a time. Start out in your own sheltered solar system dubbed ‘home’ and build up your resources until you’re confident enough to send forces to the rest of the universe. Gameplay involves building up the infrastructure of each colony by constructing factories, refineries, depots and other resource extracting buildings. While the game does provide several default warship template, players are free to mix and match modules and create their unique vessels. Combat is done in a turn based fashion and is generally decided by the strength and number of the opposing fleets.
What are your best free mmorpgs of April 2010?