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My name is Ivar and I'm a 18 years old guy living in the Netherlands. I've been into the PvP game League of Legends for a pretty long time now, but playing a game of League of Legends always requires some focus and concentration. At some times I just want to sit down in my chair, relax, and play a game that requires a little less effort to play. I've been into some of the big MMORPGs, but right now, I am looking for a game in which I can pretty much do whatever I want, but guided to a certain extend. So I would like it if there were to be a story line or some RPG elements.
I am looking for a game with a fantasy setting, preferably not a futuristic setting, but I'm always open for suggestions. Games I have enjoyed in the past are MineCraft and Terraria and two games I am still looking forward to are CubeWorld and Starbound. I'm also trying out the alpha of the games Realm Explorer and The Lords of Uberdark, but I am actually trying to find a game much like that, but a little bit more... Finished
There are some things I would like to see in a game. Of course I can understand that not every game can have everything in it I like, so don't stop yourself from doing a suggestion if something on the list is not in your game. But this are just the things I like most in a game:
In the game I want to be able to shape the world myself, the landscape, the environment. I want to build a shelter, a house, a town with a farm. I want to be able to craft things and explore the world. Go on an adventure. I would like to see my character progress, gain levels, learn new skills. I don't mind if the game is 2D, 2.5D, 3D. Online, offline, pay to play, free to play. I also don't really care about the difficulty of the game. I like it when there is a huge learning curve, but I do like it when everything is explained though. The graphical/art style I prefer is a style which is not too realistic. Games that look cartoony like CubeWorld, Starbound and The Lords of Uberdark appeal to me the most. I just get bored of games that look too advanced rather quickly.
I am open to any suggestions.
Thank you in advance
Sources to games mentioned in my topic: (assuming that not everybody knows every game on the planet even if I know them )