Allods Online
Basic Information

Allods Online pushes your typical fantasy MMO into a brave new territory. Craft your personal character out of the many different races and archetypes. Once you get used to solid ground, it's time to take to the stars. Build your own personal ship, engage in ship-to-ship fights and discover new territories. Filled to the brim with unique designs, Allods Online is a well-polished MMO that does things its own way.

Astrum Nival
Free to Play

  • Explore this unique fantasy world with sci-fi elements
  • Build your own ships and travel between the stars
  • Create a character from a wide range of unique races and classes
  • Engage in massive PVP battles, both on the ground and in space
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About the Game

Your first task upon landing in the floating world of Allods is to create your character. Thankfully, you'll have a huge range of classes and races to pick from, allowing you to find the best fit for you. Next, you'll have to choose your allegiances between either The Empire or The League, both of whom are fighting for control of Allods. But they're not alone, as demons swarm though the astral spaces between planets.

Unlike many other MMOs, Allods Online is remarkably story heavy. The Empire, commanded by their leader Yasker, plans to destroy the Astral Demons and use their mighty industry to do it. Blessed by the Church of Light, The League also wants to destroy the Demons, but not at the cost of their traditional values. Each side has their own unique races, which range from Gibberlings to Xadaganians.

In Allods Online, Fighting isn't just about clicking buttons, though. The innovative combat system doesn't have an auto-attack, so players will have to think about each move. You'll be able to fight with you friends, with each class filling a specific role. Even if your friends aren't online, you'll still be able to hire mercenary NPCs to help you out on your quest.

Once you get on your feet on terra firma, you can build your own starship and sail into the magical space between planets called "the Astral". From there, you can battle other ships and explore new territories

System Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP
  • CPU: 1.5 GHz
  • RAM: 512MB
  • Hard Drive Space: 5GB
  • Graphics Card: ATI Radeon 9600 graphics card
  • OS: Windows 7
  • CPU: 2GHz
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Hard Drive Space: 5GB
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia 6600 graphics card
Allods Online
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I used to play this game a few years ago, when the dreaded Pay-To-Win patch came out, it was overly difficult and seemed to require that you purchase items from its in-game store in order to do any reasonable damage and have any chance of staying alive, even during normal low level areas of the game.
But I recently decided to give the game another shot and I am very impressed by all the new and very welcome features that have been added along with, what seems, the removal of this pay-to-win madness. I've had a look through the in-game store for any items which would give a player the upper-hand in PvP or unfairly boost them through PvE, but it is mostly conveniences such as extra bag space, XP & Rep bonuses, along with costumes and other cosmetic items, none of which appear to offer the player any major advantage over the other, and on top of all that, the game is a ton of fun!
If you were disappointed by the Pay-To-Win patch, but liked the game itself, then I'd absolutely recommend that you try the game again!

whatever you do, DO NOT PLAY THIS GAME.
don't get me wrong, i loved this game, i played it a lot.
the problem is that ever since a patch (i don't remember which) you need to pay a LOT of money inorder to actually do stuff. you need to pay money to unlock equipment that increase your defense and your attack damage.
this system completely unbalances PVP and PVE.

I played this game until the 1.1(?) patch that basically made the game unplayable unless you paid. Admittedly this was 3 years ago so they might have changed things but it was a huge disappointment that caused a large percentage of the player base to jump ship.

That said the empire starting zone was extremely well done and the game is worth playing just to go through that.

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