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LF Low Spec MMOs

ThorqThorq Member Posts: 4

First let me start of by saying; thank you for the help. I am currently running a Nextbook 10.1. I understand this is not, by any means, meant for gaming. But I was hoping to find something to pass the time and scratch my itch for a MMO.

 

My specs:

Intel Atom CPU 1.3GHz x4

1GB RAM

Intel HD Graphics

481MB

 

 

I am looking for just about anything but a few criteria I have are:

Free to Play (Not Pay to Win)

PvP

 

That's pretty much it. Thank you!

Comments

  • ThorqThorq Member Posts: 4
    C'mon folks... I need help.
  • goldenmoogoldenmoo Member Posts: 5

    best i can think of is a flash mmo caled relm of the mad god

     

  • zaberfangxzaberfangx Member UncommonPosts: 1,796

    Can try your luck with asheron call buy to play now.

     

    https://www.asheronscall.com/en

  • sirphobossirphobos Member UncommonPosts: 620
    I think Asherons call might be your best option. It's very old and clunky, has a very low population, but it is free after the $10 box price and has a pvp server.
  • strawhat0981strawhat0981 Member UncommonPosts: 1,073
    Runescape might be right up your alley.

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  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 18,364

    Ya i think being free leaves you limited options.Runescape sounds like an option,i can't handle it personally as the controls are off beat for me.

    Silkroad used to be the easy to play free mmo but not sure many people play it anymore and it has changed a lot.

    Actually Runes of Magic is a decent game that you can play totally for free if just running the quest pattern.However it is a big pay to play if you want the best gear and to run the toughest content.

    I can't think of anything else that can run on a very slow system and is free.

    Actually there is some other games,i am stumbling to think..oh yes they are run by Aeria games.They again have a cash shop but you can dabble most of the games totally for free.They have 2 or 3 decent playable games under their stable.

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  • AkulasAkulas Member RarePosts: 2,699

    Runescape

     

    Maplestory

     

    Wakfu

     

    Dofus

     

    PoE

     

    Rising Generals

     

    Realm of the Mad God

     

    Albion Online

     

    Lineage

     

    Asherons Call

     

    RPGWO Online

     

    Euotopia Online

     

    Atlantica Online

     

    Fiesta Online

     

    R.O.S.E Online

     

    Legends of Eda

     

    Spirit Tales

     

    Eden Eternal

     

    Ragnarok Online

     

    Mabinogi

     

    Type any of them into Google for more info. None of them cost anything and can run on a toaster.

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  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Hmm, DDO should work on it even if you had to put graphics down. 

    Another option would be Guildwars (1), it do still cost a few bucks initially to get the box but with no real itemshop (unless something very wrong have happened) and no monthly fees it is totally worth it. It have very low requirements and still looks pretty fine.

    I guess you do know that you should get something slightly better when you can afford it, a 3 year old desk or laptop cost very little and have a lot more kick unless you get something that really was bottom of the line back then.

    This link should be helpful: http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri, it shows if you can run a game or not.

  • StizzledStizzled Member RarePosts: 2,014
    You could give Haven & Hearth a shot. It's totally F2P (no box fee and no cash shop) and a hell of a lot of fun when playing with a village. It can also be pretty fun just playing as a hermit. Honestly, it's one of the best MMOs I've played, once you begin to look past the laughable graphics. It does have a hell of a learning curve though, and can be quite frustrating.
  • OhhPaigeyOhhPaigey Member RarePosts: 1,517

    Endless Online (or private servers)

    RPG MO

    When all is said and done, more is always said than done.
  • PaRoXiTiCPaRoXiTiC Member UncommonPosts: 600

    Knight Online World

     

    If you choose this one you need to get on Europa server to find any english speaking players.

  • NuzanNuzan Member UncommonPosts: 33

    Ryzom

     

    (www.ryzom.com)

    3D fantasy game, with subscription but trial without time limit,

    runs on older computers quite well too.

  • ThebeastttThebeasttt Member RarePosts: 1,130

    Project 1999

    Neverwinter Nights 1 private servers

    Final Fantasy XI

  • ReizlaReizla Member RarePosts: 4,091
    EverQuest (1)? Not sure though... Atom is a real low-end CPU...
  • syntax42syntax42 Member UncommonPosts: 1,378
    Atom processors and their integrated GPUs are barely able to handle Flash graphics (or YouTube) in a browser.  Your PC basically limits you to playing browser-based MMOs with no animated graphics.  Moderns cell phones have more processing power, better graphics, and more RAM than your system.
  • ThorqThorq Member Posts: 4
    Thank you all! I will give these suggestions a shot.
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