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MMOs

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Opportunities to make real world money.
  • +Expansive solar system featuring multiple worlds to explore.
  • +Player driven economy.
  • +Tons of side ventures to pass the time.
Cons:
  • -Costly start-up.
  • -Difficult to get established without help from existing players.
  • Entropia Universe
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Mindark)
  • The Entropia Universe is more than a game. The Entropia Universe is for real. Real people, real activities and a Real Cash Economy in a massive online universe.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Wide representation of USA.
  • +Massive amounts of trains to collect and manage.
  • +Unique "PvP."
Cons:
  • -Animations can be a bit dull.
  • -Multiplayer aspect feels tacked on and lacking.
  • Rail Nation
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Travian Games)
  • Rail Nation is a free-to-play browser strategy game centered around trains and train management. Start up their own railway company, manage transports on a daily basis and to team up with associations in order to finally become the victorious single player or group of players.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Limited Information Available
Cons:
  • -Limited Information Available
  • Shadowbound
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (R2Games)
  • Shadowbound is a full-scale MMORPG from R2Games. Features are largely unknown at this time, but the game is entering into an open alpha. So far, old-school, complex systems and rewards appear to be implemented in the game - it is meant to draw more traditionalist MMORPG fans.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Mission based strategy.
Cons:
  • -Generic gameplay
  • -Limited Information available.
  • Total Domination
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Plarium)
  • Total Domination places you in the control of your own colony. Develop your colony, discover new technologies, and wage ultimate war for superiority.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +Safe environment for kids.
  • +Endorsed by National Geographic.
  • +Great character customization.
Cons:
  • -Designed for children, so some may not enjoy.
  • -Membership required for many game features.
  • Animal Jam
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Smart Bomb Interactive)
  • Animal Jam is a social game brought to you by National Geographic. It provides children a wonderful learning environment where they can learn about and adopt various wild animals.

Released

Business Model:Free to Play

Pros:
  • +3 races to chose from.
  • +In-depth player housing & customization.
  • +Over a dozen minigames.
  • +Join or create clubs & guilds.
Cons:
  • -Limited daily actions.
  • -Slow paced combat.
  • -Paying players receive large advantages.
  • -More social features than gameplay elements.
  • Travian
  • 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
  • (Travian Games)
  • Travian is a browser based strategy game where players chose from three tribes (Romans, Gauls, or Teutons) to form alliances, make war with each other and race to construct a Wonder. Only by resource management and cunning diplomacy can players hope to defeat the tribe of Natars!