Category: MMORPGS

Royal Quest

Royal Quest is fantasy themed massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Katauri Interactive and 1C Online Games. Players are able to play in bothplayer versus environment and player versus player modes within a fantasy and technology based world.

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Order & Chaos Online

Order and Chaos Online is a fantasy MMORPG video game developed by Gameloft for Microsoft Windows , Windows Phone , iOS , and Android devices. The game was released for iOS on April 27, 2011, for Android on June 27, 2012, and for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone on July 10, 2013. A successor titled Order & Chaos 2: Redemption was released in Fall 2015. The game is heavily inspired by World of Warcraft .

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Crowfall is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game-massively multiplayer online real-time strategy game (MMORPGRTS) developed by ArtCraft, described as a “Throne War Simulator”. Its Kickstarter campaign ended March 26, 2015 with a total funding of $1,766,205,[1] surpassing its original $800,000 goal by $966,205. As of June 20, 2016 the total funding has reached $7,210,680 which includes an amount of $2,726,322 from pledges collected from both the Kickstarter campaign and donations taken on the Crowfall website.

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Darkfall was a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Aventurine SA that combined real-time action and strategy in a fantasy setting. The game featured unrestricted PvP , full looting, a large, dynamic game world, and a player-skill depending on the system and the most MMORPGs. Darkfall had a 3D world environment and contained mild violence. The official Darkfall servers were closed on November 15, 2012.

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Destiny of Ancient Kingdoms

Destiny of Ancient Kingdoms more widely known as DOAK , is the first South African free-to-play Massively multiplayer online game-playing game (MMORPG) to be released onSteam . [1] DOAK was created with the purpose of giving South Africans a PC game that they can truly call their own. Destiny of Ancient Kingdoms Was Developed and distributed by Utopia Dream Entertainment Alliance (UdeA) in South Africa. [2] The story for Destiny of Ancient Kingdoms begins with a prehistoric age after Giants and Godsbattled each other to decide the fate of the world. [3]

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Drakensang Online

Drakensang Online is a freemium online role-playing game of the German enterprise Bigpoint. The gameplay is similar to the Diablo game franchise[1] and is developed by Bigpoint Berlin. It is one of the few MMORPGs developed in the European Union.[citation needed] The title was in an open beta phase from August 2011 to July 2012.[2] According to Bigpoint’s own statement, there are currently 35 million registered accounts. However, the real number can differ because multiple registrations are allowed.[3] A retail version was released in November 2011.[4]

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Dragon Oath

Dragon Oath , also known as Tian Long Ba Bu (abbreviation: TLBB ) in China, is a free-to-play MMORPG developed and published by and Sohu and launched in May 2007. The game’s story is based on the novel Demi -Gods and Semi-Devils by Louis Cha . Since its initial launch in China, has taken steps to sell Dragon Oath on an international stage. The game now has servers in Europe, [1] Malaysia, Vietnam and the United States. Much like the servers in Europe, the servers in America are scheduled to close on July 25, 2016.

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Dream of Mirror Online

Dream of Mirror Online (DOMO) is a free-to-play MMORPG game based on ancient Chinese mythology. It is the second online game of the Xuan-Yuan Sword series. The graphics areanime-style with various Chinese themes. This game places great emphasis on teamwork and building relationships between players. The game was taken out of service in late 2012. [2]In October 2014, SubaGames announced it was working on returning the service with crowdfunding from Kickstarter . [3] In November 2014, DOMO was approved for re-release throughSteam Greenlight. [4]An official release date for the Closed Beta was given by Suba Games on February 2, 2015 for the date of February 13, 2015 at 5:00 PM EST. [5]

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