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LOVE a sandbox cooperative mmorpg

SomeHumanSomeHuman Austin, TXPosts: 350Member Uncommon

http://www.quelsolaar.com/love/gameplay.html

This game is truly bizarre and unique.  It's like walking around in a dream.  I think it has a lot of unrealized potential.  It took a few seconds to download, and it is free to play.  Just type a name and password in, find a server and hop in.

I had fun romping around a server, but sadly it was empty.  The creator has a video explaining concepts and functions in the game, which all seem pretty cool.  Maybe this is old news, but I didn't see the game on MMORPG.com's list, so I'm throwing it out there to check out.

It seems the gist of gameplay is for players to work together to support and build settlements by making systems to gather materials to build more structures, etc.  

If anyone knows about this game or if you try it, let's hear your thoughts.

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Comments

  • WolfenprideWolfenpride San''doria, WIPosts: 3,988Member

    Played it when it first went free. It's pretty fun, but it was hard to get any kind of information on how the game works and such. Eventually someone showed me the ropes ingame. I would hope the wiki had been updated at this point to help new players understand how stuff works.

    Loved the graphics and randomly generated world. I felt the best part of the game was building the settlement from scratch/exploring for tokens. Combat was fun, but the AI was just a tad to good at ambushes. Probably would've helped to have a partner or two. image

  • SomeHumanSomeHuman Austin, TXPosts: 350Member Uncommon
    Cool.  Good to know it wasn't just some latenight gaming delusion and other people have played it.  I might hop on here and there to see if anyone is playing. 

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  • anemoanemo Posts: 761Member Uncommon
    Tried to play it on my old laptop.   It didn't go well.   Just didn't have the interest in trying again after it lost it's hype wave(ripple?).   I do have a paid account floating around I guess.

    Practice doesn't make perfect, practice makes permanent.

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  • ScotScot UKPosts: 5,758Member Uncommon
    With so many games around that are multiplayer if your game is not riding a wave of hype no one will be there to play it. P2P or F2P, MMORPG or just Multiplayer, it does not matter.
  • impiroimpiro onbekendPosts: 204Member
    Paid for it a few times a long time ago (over a year at least) even then it was a wasteland. Beautifull visuals and interesting concepts but poorly explained how it all exactly works.
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