A listing of free to play MMO & Online games.
An Acclaim MMO, it does have Acclaim advertisements at some parts of the game, usually when you log in you'll see the company logo, but only for a few seconds. Anyway, it's like Silkroad and the many other Chinese theme MMORPG, but it's done a lot better than most of them. I suggest checking this or Silkroad out first if you like the theme.
Anarchy Online (AO) is a science fiction MMORPG released in June 2001 by Funcom. It is one of the few popular MMORPGs that makes use of a science fiction setting as opposed to the more common fantasy setting. The game is set in the years following June 29475, predominantly on the harsh desert planet of Rubi-Ka and its extra-dimensional twin, the Shadowlands.
Korean RPG. Nuff Said similar to Silk Road etc.
A MMO, which is heavily dungeon based. It's very bland and a huge grind.
A dark-style mmorpg based around character "growth". Apparently you gain exp by just attacking.
Genre: Side-scrolling MMORPG
Maple Story for people who like ugly characters.
An NCsoft game, that's free to play? WHOA! Anyway it's a generic dungeon crawler, but with NCsoft gloss. It's free to play, but there's an optional 5 bux a month fee for full content.
Old style korean MMO, nothing special.
FlyFF: Fly for fun
A pretty standard MMORPG with hoverboards/broomsticks at lv20. It's nice, really, just that the grind kills it.
2d free mmo, ancient china theme, bizzare ecconomy system. It's alright for what it is, just the character design is really ugly.
This is a very unique MMO, where you control a 3 characters of different classes. Enemies are slightly weaker, but there are more of them. I found this game very overwhelming and tedious.
The gameplay's decent, but it's another one of those Asian grind games. I quit at level 5, but it's decently fun.
A dodgy martial arts mmorpg, it's asstastic.
A generic medieval mmo. Horrible to look at and play.
3D medieval fantasy mmo, limited charactercreation options, uses the same engine as Lineage 2 and is a lot smaller. Has options for solo dungeons, with skills that attack multiple enemies. Guardian/trainer system & so on.
The Legend of Ares
The Legend of Ares is a free 3D, MMORPG game, revolving around the game are two nations which you will be choosing for your character, Holy Empire and Religious Alliance; four classes, Knight, Spearman, Archer and Sorcerer. To become a stronger character, you kill monsters for EXP (experience points) to level up. However, as you advance in levels, you will find yourself picking fights, not only with monsters, but with players of either country.
There are also guilds which give you several items such as cape(to look cool). They can also engage in guild wars where 2 guilds will fight each other. When you reach level 40, you can also help your country by joining territorial wars. This is not just a game about leveling, this is a game about winning for yourself, winning for your guild and winning for your nation.
Genre: Action MMORPG
This is an action MMORPG, think Diablo 2 crossed with a console action rpg. COntrols are simple and easliy bound to a control pad with a program such as Joy2Key.
Genre: Side-scrolling MMORPG
2d side scrolling mmorpg, full of jump quests and 13 year olds. Kind of like wonderboy in monsterland.
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A standard cutesy 3d MMO, similar to rose online.
This game borrows heavily from Diablo2, Gui and all. It's pretty dated now, though.
Myth War Online
A spirte-based mmorpg, very limited in customisation, but it has a deep skill system.
A monster training MMO. Pokemon & Digimon-esque.
Pirate King Online
It's another one of those point and click Asian RPGs except the graphics are really bad, everything lags, and it's really boring. I quit before I finished talking to the first NPC standing near you.
Early looking MMO, could be decent in future. Seems a bit watered down, though.
RYL (Risk Your Life)
It's a little hard to get the client installed and everything running, but it's really fun and the graphics are pretty good.
Scions of Fate (Yulgang)
Alright, this is a real crappy and standard Korean MMO. Don't even bother trying it. It's even worse than most of them. Also, don't be fooled just because it's on the front of MMORPG.com or because many people play it.
A mmorpg set in old china. It's okay, but it lags like a bitch.
Genre: Top Down action RPG
Although the game's closing down in March, there's an event going on that lets you buy cash stuff with ingame gold. It's a really unique and fun top-down PvP game with swords and guns. Don't be discouraged because I said top-down, this is the only top-down game I'd play. You can equip cards to change your damage and gold force(used to be a cash item) to increase various things. It's like playing on a private server for right now, so go on and try it.
Fully 3D adventure MMO that allows players to adjust various aspects of the game such as Ki (each player's power source), equipment, and special killing moves.
Chinese style mmo, same old crap of late.
A furry MMORPG, has a digging system where you dig for cash and items. Very similar to Ragnarok Online.
Xiah is a martial arts oriental fantasy MMORPG. The game offers users four different classes to choose for their character build: The swordman, the mage, the warrior, and the ghostfighter. Players obtain martial arts books from bookstores or monster drops, and use these books to train their martial arts skills. Xiah has a very large and diverse playing field, along with a great variety of items to find, trade, sell, and buy.
Planetside is a semi-free to play Futuristic MMOFPS. It's playable for free up to "Battle Rank 6".
A generic free to play FPS. Counter Strike for the poor man.
A poor mans MMOFPS Battlefield 2. Enough said. It sucks.
Bomb 'n' Dash
The bastard child of Bomber Man and Poy Poy. Explosive arena-based action.
An online game based around robot battles. It's run by Acclaim, so I don't know if it's really worth playing.
GunZ: the duel
Genre: 3rd/1st person action
Semi MMOFPS, it's pretty much a DM/TDM kind of game with a 3rd person view. It also has matrix-esque moves.
Genre: 3rd person action
A free to play MMO action game. Gameplay is similar in style to Rakion with separate game rooms for players to enter, and players have the option of using a mouse and keyboard or a controller to contol their character. There are both player versus player and mission modes where players cooperate to defeat AI enemies. The in-game currency is the luna.
Genre: 3rd person action
Action fantasy game, it's pretty fun, but segmented into country servers.
This is one of those entertaining PvP/PvM shooters that's really fun but feels very unprofessional. It's a great game if you can drag some people into a PvP match or live near Korea, even though it's in (INCREDIBLY broken) English.
Albatross 18 (Pangya)
The best mmo golf game around. Get it.
Freestyle Street Basketball
Online 3 vs 3 basketball. You have your own character and you choose your position, then enjoy online basketball!
Note: Currently only available for US users. Look out for a global version.
An unforgiving Golf MMO"RPG". This game is so simulation it hurts. I found it very unplayable, but if you perfer a deeper golfing experience, maybe check this out.
Genre: MMO arcade flight sim
Think starfox online. It's been compared to a free eve online. It's pretty awesome.
Genre: PvP asteroids
SubSpace is a two-dimensional space shooter computer game published in 1997 by Virgin Interactive Entertainment (VIE). This freeware game incorporates quasi-realistic zero-friction physics into a massively multiplayer online game. The action is viewed from above, which presents challenges very different from those of a three-dimensional game. The game has no built-in story or set of goals; players may enter a variety of servers, each of which have differing objectives, maps, sounds, and graphics.
Although falling short of modern standards, SubSpace is widely considered an early entry in the massively multiplayer online genre due to its unprecedented player counts, as well as lead programmer Jeff Peterson's apparent coining of the term.
Darkness & Light
This game is an online RTS game. I can't comment much on this, seeing as I'm not a fan of RTS. Maybe someone could enlighten us on this game?
Genre: MMO Turn Based RPG
A flash/shockwave based Turn Based Strategy PvP mmo.
Genre: Turn Based combat
Pretty much a korean worms clone. Community is kind of annoying.
Genre: MMO Naval Tactics
a massively multiplayer online tactics simulation game based on World War II naval warfare by SD EnterNet.
Voyage Century is set in 16th century Earth and features accurate historical representations of several coastal cities. Players are given a choice between four career paths at the beginning of the game: explorer, merchant, craftsman, or warrior. This choice is vital to a character, since it greatly influences the playing style of the character for the rest of the game. Combat occurs both on land and on the sea, where players risk the threat of pirates when venturing further from the more populated areas.
Genre: Online Block Shooting?
An online "Block Shooting Game", from this title, I'd expect that it'd be some form of a frantic puzzle game.
Genre: Online 3D Fighting
This is an online 3D fighting game, think Virtua Fighter online. Limited character creation options, but as the game draws closer to a grand opening, clothing is released to customize. You level up and purchase move sets.
An online dance battle game. Plays similar to O2Jam, another bemani style beat game.
It's a music/reaction game similar to Beatmania. If you don't know what that is, relate it to Dance Dance Revolution. Some people like it, some people don't. The music's great, but I play it on and off. Avatars just look good, no stats, levels=skill, etc.
Genre: Online Kart Racing
A very decent mario kart style online racer. Allows up to 8 people to race in a variety of modes, including item and speed races.
Genre: MMO Exploration?
The Entropia Universe is more than a game. The Entropia Universe is for real. Real people, real activities and a Real Cash Economy in a massive online universe.
Genre: Casual online chat
It's like habbo hotel meets a korean mmo, basically a MMO without a point.
Genre: Casual online chat
This is an online world, where you can create anything, as long as you have the real world money to buy in game money. Strong ecconomy, full of furries and cyber goths and it looks like total crap. Avoid at all costs.
Genre: Casual online chat
Like Habbo and secondlife, but without the customisation of second life.