Earth Eternal is a high-quality, free, 3d MMO from Sparkplay Media . It takes place in an epic fantasy world full of fantastical monsters, beautiful environments, and whimsical touches. It is playable either as a desktop application or via a web browser.
This is a review written by AJ Glasser on Kotaku.com about the impression of Earth Eternal. The author shared his worries about Earth Eternal: The first, the developer is already bracing for – World of Warcraft clone stigma. The second, how to keep the game balanced. Also, the article contains some interesting things of Earth Eternal. Check below:
Players take the role of either a male or female creature from any one of 22 races. Because this is a free-to-play MMO, the developer wanted to stay away from trying to compete with other fantasy MMORPGs where you've got your stock races with elaborate back stories (elves, dwarves, etc.) and stick to offering as much customization as possible in a 3D browser-based game created on a tight $5 million budget.
To that end, you can also have free pick of different class traits from one of the four main classes (Druid, Knight, Mage, and Rogue) without too many restrictions. Plus, players get customizable spaces for either themselves or their clans (read: guilds) called Groves. In a Grove, players can edit the terrain, decorate buildings and keep pets. Other functions like mini-games and Player-versus-Player arenas are also planned for the Groves, though none of that will be ready to roll at launch.
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