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Fantasy Games

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Decorate your own home.
  • +Play dozens of minigames.
  • +Host or attend parties.
  • +Instant messaging.
  • +Pet feature.
Cons:
  • -Primarily geared towards young children.
  • -Limited gameplay elements.
  • -No graphic options.
  • Fantage
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Fantage Inc)
  • Fantage is a 2D browser based virtual world designed for children. Players customize their own avatars, explore various areas, play minigames, and make friends. Fantage is primarily a social game and a safe virtual playground for parents to drop off their kids.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Flashy, fast-paced combats.
  • +Entertaining city-building mechanic.
  • +Player events frequently held by the staff.
  • +Solid tutorial.
Cons:
  • -Cliché, predictable story and setting.
  • -Too few classes.
  • -Repetitive, straightforward gameplay.
  • -Annoying loading screens.
  • Wartune
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Aeria Games)
  • Wartune is a 2D browser-based RPG that puts you in the shoes of a mighty hero bent on protecting, and caring for their city. Among its most notable features, you’ll find dungeons, city building, crafting/farming, and PvP in the form of competition with other surrounding player cities.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Several classes to choose from
  • +In-depth profession system
  • +Low-spec system requirements
Cons:
  • -Limited visual options
  • -Severely limited F2P content and options
  • Dofus
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Ankama)
  • Dofus is an MMORPG that features turn-based tactical combat similar to RPGs such as Disgaea or Final Fantasy Tactics. Players can join up with others from around the world and explore the realm of Incarnam.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • + In-depth tutorial
  • + Crisp Graphics with great animations
  • + Join with friends to adventure
Cons:
  • - Very similar to other strategy games
  • The Settlers Online: Castle Empire
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Ubisoft)
  • In The Settlers Online: Castle Empire you are the king of a fledgling empire, seeking to become mighty and great. Develop your land to produce the raw materials needed for construction, exploration, and combat.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • + Competitive gameplay
  • + New twist to PvP
  • + Diverse Class Skills
  • + Challenging Gameplay
  • + Strong Controls
Cons:
  • - Progression is Slow
  • - Class balance issues
  • - High level castles can be punishing
  • The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Ubisoft)
  • The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is a free-to-play competitive MMO from Ubisoft. The game features four classes (archer, knight, mage, and the runaway) and two modes. When looting, players can attack the keeps of other players to raid for collectible treasure and gold, in order to get th

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • + Gritty and action packed, combat is fast and furious
  • + Very straight forward in what it offers in arena PVP
  • + Play as both sides! Combat is rounds where teams swap factions at the end of each round.
Cons:
  • - Very niche; not many game modes yet
  • - Other classes can only be unlocked by leveling or purchasing them
  • - No penalties for leaving a match
  • Nosgoth
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Square Enix)
  • Nosgoth is a free-to-play, competitive online multiplayer game set in the Legacy of Kain universe. Choose between the ranged-specialized Humans or the brutal up-close carnage of the Vampires, and let the bloodshed begin