Gods War Online

Gods War Online is a 3D MMORPG based on Creek Mythology. The story traces back to the mythical age of Greece when the Gods, Human, Demigod, and Monsters existed in the same continent.

In this mystic world, you may tour around all the spots described in Mythology to see the solemn Parthenon, you may feel the majesty of famed Greek cities and even access Gods' territory, you may meet with legendary heroes: Heracles, Theseus, Easun...or the Gods of Mythology, and you may even challenge evil Monsters: the Gorgon medusa, and the Hydra.

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Galaxy Online

Galaxy Online is a massive real-time strategy game set in the vast expanses of the universe. The game design is very flexible, allowing players a great amount of freedom in dictating where they go and what they do.

Players can find new planets, study their resources and decide, how and when to utilize them to their advantage. However, players must remember they are not alone in the galaxy and they must compete with other players for these resources. You can lead the simple and exciting life of a businessman, assessing profit and loss from material resources, or lead a fleet of warships into battle to expand your inter-galactic empire.

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Angels Online

Long ago, there was no difference between the heaven and human world… Every corner was filled with happiness until one day something unexpected happened. The archangel Lucifer fell in love with a girl; however this girl was already in love with another angel. Lucifer lost his mind and transmuted this girl into dew and the angel into starlight in order to separate the two lovers forever.

Lucifer knew he would be punished sooner or later, so he gathered a rebellious army and

attempted to overthrow the rein of Jupiter. Afterwards, Lucifer and his rebel army failed and were expelled to Hell. Ever since Lucifer was expelled to hell, he has been planning his revenge. He is expanding his evil forces now, and has founded a demon-training camp, with the purpose being to destroy the Garden of Eden, and what’s worse, Lucifer believes it’s the right time to take his revenge on Jupiter.

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Freesky Online: Battles in the Sky

Freesky Online is a fantastic browser based Role Playing Game that is based on battles in the sky between fierce and powerful airships. In Freesky Online, you can either create an invincible military empire or become a wealthy commercial empire. The distinct RPG elements and the perfect SLG strategies will bring you a unique gaming experience.

FreeSky Online is different from traditional network games. You don't need to waste a lot of time tirelessly killing monsters to level-up, instead you only need to spend a little time each day on production, battles and other operations. Your resources and castles will level-up according to your development plan so you can enjoy the game without the hassle usually associated with online gaming.

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Note: This game has been cancelled or shut down and is no longer available for play.

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Three Kingdoms

Three Kingdoms offers 4 base
classes to start off with. Warrior, Sage, Archer and Craftsman. These classes upgrade at level 20 and then allow you to diverge into 2 more specialized areas at levels 40, 60 and 80. Interestingly enough, all are capable of pvp though craftsman is easily the deadliest of the lot. More on that later.

I played the warrior (tank) and the sage (caster) classes during my time with the Three Kingdoms. The warrior makes for a fine beginner character to get the hang of the game and its system of play. Once I learned what not to do, I found that the sage offered a style that was more fitting to my kind of game play. Both could solo for many of the quests and I had more success in PVP with the sage than I did with the warrior.

Note: This game has been cancelled or shut down and is no longer available for play.

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Nos stands for Nomads of Silver Spirit and Nostale is the story of an adventure that takes place on East Mile, the continent of Nos.Nostale is an RPG based on ¡®growth and possession¡ in a cartoonish world, and it employs its own unique style of play.You will be introduced to a lovely world that is friendly yet distinctive and you'll be able to meet other gamers and forge friendships as you play.

Explore the world of nostale and complete time stones according to your level. Each time stone have 3 stages first is easy, second is difficult, last is special. After completing the time stone you will be rewarded with items such as gears, weapons and other things. Time stones have limit levels like after your level 15 then you would be able to do level 15 time stone.

Note: This game has been cancelled or shut down and is no longer available for play.

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Rumble figter

Rumble Fighter is a free to play, fast-paced casual action game focused on fighting. A maximum of 8 players can battle it out in simultaneous, multiplayer action. Basic offensive attacks include hitting, throwing, and blocking, with advanced attacks such as combo attacks and counterattacks.
The newly introduced "ExoCore" skill system will allow players to experience much more dynamic action through the ability to transform and morph! You start off my creating your own fully customizable fighter with his or her own fighting style, there are tons and tons of styles to choose from and also equipment to ensure your fighter is ready for battle. What kind of fighter are you -- a ninja warrior... a street brawler... a kung-fu master... a werewolf? it's all up to you!

Note: This game has been cancelled or shut down and is no longer available for play.

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Gaming 101: Free PC games


Whether it's a limited-function addon for Myspace and Facebook, freeware by an indie developer, or a F2P MMORPG, free games have been on the rise, sometimes commanding an audience that dwarfs the playerbase of traditional, subscription-based MMORPGs and commercially-released video games.

Inside Social Games recently posted an article showing the top 25 Facebook addons for August 2009. Zynga, the developer whose games occupy three of the five top spots, has a playerbase that exceeds World of Warcraft's subscriber base for every individual title. In fact, WoW would currently place at #7 were it a Facebook addon.

The MMO genre itself is dominated by a number of free-to-play titles that support themself by item shops and has produced F2P titles that are nearly as well-known as subscription-based titles like Everquest and Lineage. Silkroad Online, for example, has been dominating gaming headlines recently for its continued war against botting and a recent major update. Others, like Atlantica Online, are noted for their original style, boasting features that are unique within the MMO genre.

Then there are entirely-free games that range from the professionally-developed America's Army 3 to old-school, simple freeware like Battle for Wesnoth. As this is already the minority group among free games, finding that rare gem that leaves you wondering how the major developers skipped over it can be quite a task. Often, the best work is done among modding communities, like the one built around Neverwinter Nights.

While the high-end graphics of commercial gaming aren't a frequent find among free titles, variety and playability are and with experiments like Guild Wars and Free Realms becoming more common, developed by professional teams, the mainstream industry has realized it. NCsoft and Sony are only pioneers, the first of many mainstream companies that will attempt to seize hold of the free-gaming community.

Bye Alexian Nox

Source: http://www.examiner.com/

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Shaiya, the MMORPG by Aeria Games, Launches in Turkey

The highly anticipated massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), Shaiya, published by Aeria Games will launch service for Turkish gamers in their native language. Registered members, selected by Aeria Games, will be able to enjoy Shaiya in a special Turkish closed beta test.

The award-winning Shaiya provides a thrilling and dynamic gaming experience with strong emphasis on PvP battles. Considering the success and growing community of Shaiya in North America, Germany, and France, Aeria Games aims to expand its 6 million plus player community to Turkey.

Registration and membership of the game are free. All titles by Aeria Games operate on the “free-to-play” business model where revenue is generated from the sale of optional virtual items that can be used in the game.

The closed beta application phase is scheduled to run until early August, at which point, selected players will be given access to play the game.

Interested players can apply to participate in the closed beta test on the official website: http://tr.shaiya.aeriagames.com/signup

About Aeria Games
With a community of 6+ million members, offices in both the United States and Germany, and a diversified portfolio of MMO games, Aeria Games is one of the top publishers of Free-to-Play online games.
Our goal is to provide the best Free-to-Play games and top notch customer service to every one of our community members. With games covering all genres from all ends of the world, players are sure to find a unique game that will be exactly what they are looking for, with the quality customer service they deserve.

Founded in 2006, Aeria Games & Entertainment, Inc. is based in Silicon Valley, California. More information about Aeria Games & Entertainment can be found at http://www.aeriagames.com.

Source: http://www.mpogd.com/

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Oil Empires

Oil Empires is a Browser based multiplayer game. It is set in the year 2009 when the sale of oil rich Iraqi land is opened up to the public. As a player of the game you will start out with your headquarters and a small amount of start-up capital to start pumping your own black gold. From there on you decide how your empire will progress. Still, at least the West is finally admitting why it's in the Middle East, even if it is now making games about it! Join in on the 'fun', if you can stand the bad taste.

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MMORPG 101: Getting into beta testing


I have not been doing the world's greatest job posting news here on the Examiner, but I have a great excuse. I'm managing the alpha test for an upcoming MMO (no, for real, it doesn't have to have elves and orcs to be an MMO), and preparing to go into the beta phase.

Experienced MMO people already know a lot about getting into beta. But for the Examiner 101 series, we try to break it down for newcomers. Check it out:

What's a beta?

A beta is an unfinished, incomplete, buggy version of a game. It can be annoying and frustrating, and occasionally tedious. But if the basic idea behind the game is a good one, you will also see flashes of awesome. A beta is a front row seat on the process of game development, and fascinating if you like seeing into the guts of the beast.

How do I get into beta?

Apply. Towards the end of every development process, game studios need to stress test their servers. If you're willing to tolerate the servers crashing for no reason, or if you just want to play a nearly complete MMO for free before it launches, sign up on the company's website. The timing of getting in will be a bit random, but most people will eventually get in.

How do I get into the real beta?

Oh, you mean the closed beta. You still need to fill out the form and register, so do that first.

Next, find the forum for the game. (If there's no official forum, consider starting one!) Post regularly and thoughtfully, about your reactions to the existing imagery, your thoughts about the market, and your hopes for the game. Don't make your posts too long, and use a spellchecker. Start a FAQ. Welcome new users cheerfully, and answer their questions. If a developer asks a question, answer it. Post news related to the niche the game is going to be in. Finally, show your sense of humor whenever possible - beta testing can be very, very frustrating, and everyone would rather hang out with the fun person as opposed to the angry person.

The forums are awfully busy. How can I stand out?

If you spell everything correctly and post every day, you will stand out. But if you want to take it a step further, send a short, friendly PM or email to the developers you see most often on the forums. This might be a community manager, or a designer, or even the CEO. In your message, give your forum handle, your real name, and a little of your gaming background. Explain what it is that you love about the idea of the upcoming game, and ask if there's anything you can do to help test the product. Don't kiss up, or gush, or flatter. Honesty gets you further with professionals.

How can I prove I'd be a great tester?

The website almost certainly isn't perfect. You can show your beta testing prowess by finding and reporting site bugs. Describe the bug in a short, simple sentence. Describe the way you can replicate the bug. Provide your system specs, your browser name and version, a screenshot of the bug, and the time/date you encountered the problem.

by Sanya Weathers

Source: http://www.examiner.com/

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