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Saga is persistent and played online in a massively-multiplayer environment. Every building you build, troop you buy, and piece of land you conquer remains with you as long as you play the game. That means every time you fight your friends, you won't have to rebuild your castle from scratch. It also means every time your buildings get damaged or your troops killed, they stay that way unless you repair or resurrect them. Troops gain experience over time, meaning that they move with you from battle to battle, improving their skills and finding exciting new armor and weapons to equip themselves with.
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Rating: 7.00 (4 votes) Version: Submitted Date: 2008/4/23
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"A Tron clone in 3D"
This has been the tagline of Armagetron, since, well, a very long time, and is probably the shortest and most accurate description possible. Tron was an arcade game based on the movie of the same name, release by Disney in 1982. The original game consisted of 4 sub-games, the only one of concern is the 'Light Cycles' one, in which the player uses a left/right joystick to control a 'Light Cycle' which leaves a wall behind it wherever the cycle it goes, turning only at 90 degree angles. The player must then get the AI to crash into their wall while avoiding hitting the AI's own wall themselves. Those were the humble beginnings of Armagetron Advanced's game play, which has now blossomed into 16 player mayhem, with highly advanced AI, network game play, and of course all in a 3D environment.
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Rating: 4.00 (2 votes) Version: Submitted Date: 2006/10/6
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PlaneShift is a persistent fantasy multiplayer Role Playing Game with state-of-the-art 3D graphics.

Create your character and live in an ever-changing world. Build with us a Team that will make PlaneShift THE choice of MMORPG.

The objective of the PlaneShift Team is to create a virtual fantasy world in which a player can start as a peasant in search of fame and become a hero. We will focus our efforts in the reproduction of a real world with politics, economy, many non-player-characters controlled by the server that will bring to life our world even without players connected!

We want to give FREE access to everyone, without the need to either purchase the game or pay a monthly fee. Servers and bandwidth will be donated by sponsors.
Our virtual world is persistent, and this means you can connect to it at every hour of day or night and you will always find players and npcs wandering our realms.

You will be able to disconnect and reconnect again, the server saves the actual status of your character including his possessions. You will use a client program to interact with our world, that enables you to have a 3D view of the surroundings.

Here are 10 reasons why you should become a player and a fan of PlaneShift:

1. Planeshift is a great place to find new friends from all over the world!
2. PlaneShift is a virtual world where you always dreamed of living
3. PlaneShift is the first 3D MMORPG to be free for players
4. Thanks to our open development process, the game will be expanded endlessly for years to come
5. Planeshift is a game made by roleplayers to bring you all the immersion you need from a virtual world
6. A unique setting, realistic combat rules, great magic system with hundreds of spells
7. No budgetary constraints will stop development of the world or prevent the addition of new ideas
8. You can build your house, your castle, your realm
9. You have the option to live as an adventurer or as a normal citizen, both paths rewarded in game
10. You can submit comments, ideas, bugs and the dev team will take those into account in future releases.

Here are some key features of "PlaneShift":

Game features
PlaneShift is under development. The following list represent some of the features of the final product.
A Role Playing Game!
12 races with unique traits for the creation of your character
Unlimited professions through a skill system
Original magic system with six Ways of magic
Hundreds of spells!
A huge world to explore
A great number of quests to test your wit and skill
Monsters and NPCs with good AI that produce game events
A world that evolves with or without player interaction
Create your own house or castle
Politics and economy

Client features
PlaneShift is under development. The following list represent some of the features of the final product.
3D graphics and sounds for an immersive experience
Support for nearly all platform: Windows (XP, 2000, ME, 98), Linux, Macintosh.
Support of OpenGL, Direct3D.
Easy interaction with other players through messages and chat
Drag-n-drop objects between world and inventory
A complex character generator, with parents, jobs, life events, etc...
... more will follow.
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Rating: 1.00 (5 votes) Version: Submitted Date: 2017/7/14
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Scorched 3D is a game based loosely (or actually quite heavily now) on the classic DOS game Scorched Earth "The Mother Of All Games". Scorched 3D adds amongst other new features a 3D island environment and LAN and internet play. Scorched 3D is totally free and is available for both Microsoft Windows and Unix (Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris etc.) operating systems.

More screen shots available in the screen shots section.

You can pick up the game and begin playing very quickly. Then, when/if you are interested, you can poke in the dimmer recesses of the game and get into the strategy (or just ignore it altogether!).

At its lowest level, Scorched 3D is just an artillery game with two+ tanks taking turns to destroy opponents in an arena. Choose the angle, direction and power of each shot, launch your weapon, and try to blow up other tanks. That's basically it.

But Scorched 3D can be a lot more complex than that, if you want it to be. You can earn money from successful battles and use it to invest in additional weapons and accessories. You can play with up to twenty four other players at a time, mixing computer players with humans. There's a variety of changing environmental conditions and terrains to be dealt with. After the end of each round (which ends when everybody dies or there's only one person left), you get to buy stuff using the prize money you won from previous matches.

A few quotes so I feel I am not wasting my life (as if )...

Get it from CNET! 5 Stars " The venerable artillery-style slug-match gets a 3D update with Scorched3D, a very addictive and nicely rendered turn-based game. 5 Stars. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at CNET

Ytanium 5 Stars " Wonderful remake of the "mother of all games": ... Beautiful 3D graphics and decent sound (but no music) for this simple, but very funny, classical game. Can be played on the net. A must to have! "
(Review fo Scorched 3D at YTanium)

Scorched3D 5 stars " 5 Stars! "
(Review fo Scorched 3D at Share up .com)

" This is a beautiful clone of Scorched Earth, the classic DOS artillery duel game. It's been 3Dified and has a great OpenGL polish around it. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at

" Scorched 3D is an impressive freeware game that is based on the DOS game Scorched Earth, meeting all the expectations of a classic remake....Overall Scorched3D is a highly recommended download, you wont regret it. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at AcidPlay)

" 4 Cows! "
(Review of Scorched 3D at TuCows)

" Take a concept as cool as Scorched Earth and run with it. What's the first thing you think of? If you're like most gamers, the answer is probably "modern graphics." That's the exact goal of Scorched 3D; it's an almost-exact replica of Scorched Earth only with stunning 3D visuals. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at FilePlanet)

" What makes Scorched 3D interesting are the little details. There are a variety of custom options to tinker with and after each round you can buy new missiles and defences with money pillaged from your enemies, adding a whole new level to the strategy. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at PC Magazine)

" The play is liquid and has great 3D-Graphics 9/10 "
(Review of Scorched 3D at

" The beautiful 3D graphics and the ingenious play give Scorched3D unbelievable long term motivation. "
(Review of Scorched 3D at

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Rating: 5.00 (3 votes) Version: Submitted Date: 2017/7/14
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Savage 2 is a fast-paced game centered around an epic battle between the Legion of Man and the Beast Horde.
Each match is a battle for dominance, where two teams of 3-20 players gather resources, research powerful magic and technology, and attempt to destroy the enemy team's command center.
In addition to each faction's standard soldier class, there are specialty roles such as healer, builder, reconnaissance and ranged support, as well as the heavy-hitters such as the assault classes and building-smashing siege units (why hack away at enemy buildings when you can smash them with an uprooted tree trunk?).
Would you rather take the reigns? - then take control as commander of your team from an RTS perspective, building structures, researching new weapons and abilities, casting powerful support spells, and coordinating your team's efforts.

Savage 2 is completely free to play.
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Rating: 6.00 (13 votes) Version: 2 Submitted Date: 2017/7/14
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