DOFUS is a MMORPG set in a colorful, amusing, and enchanting universe. Join the 40 million players that have already registered for this epic comedy adventure!
Go on an adventure on the back of your Dragoturkey, explore forests, islands, lively cities filled with wacky people, dangerous dungeons, take care of your adorable pets... And find the precious DOFUS, dragon eggs with immense powers!
If exploration is not for you, choose a profession out of 22, sell your creations on the market and become a wealthy master craftsman! Decide to join one of the two rival cities - Bonta or Brakmar - and join the fight!
- Join the largest player community in the world!
- 1 enormous world to explore
- 14 Character classes to embody
- Turn-based strategic combat
- Pets and mounts
- 22 Professions to master
- Incarnam: learn the basics of the game on this sacred island
- Become more and more powerful!
- Find all of the Dofus to become the greatest hero in Amanka
While many popular MMOs are represented as epic, big-budget affairs, sometime's it's worth reminding that the simplest-looking games can be the most engaging. Such is the case with Dofus, a French-based fantasy MMO built entirely within Flash. Dofus's game engine and low-level system requirements are designed to allow just about anyone to download the game and play, and currently boasts over 40 million registered players. More impressively, players who explore Dofus's Flash-based world will discover over 4000 maps complete with quests, dungeons, monsters, NPCs, and even PvP gameplay.
In the World of Twelve, six sacred dragon eggs known as the Dofus once brought peace to the land. Now the Dofus have been stolen, and widespread unrest and chaos is descending across the world. Players create characters who will travel across two continents and seven islands to find the Dofus and restore balance to the World of Twelve.
Dofus's visual style is fitting for the game's Flash roots, depicting a friendly animated world that is pleasing to look at while easy on processors. Everything from Dofus's character classes to its many varied monsters have a family-friendly, cartoon appearance that welcomes players of all ages. That's not to say there's no challenge to be had. Gameplay is largely centered on exploration and turn-based combat. Players form groups before heading into the World of Twelve and encounter random monster instances. To keep combat moving, mana has been replaced with an AP pool while players have time limits placed on actions within their turn.
Dofus also boasts a complex character development system. From the initial fourteen character classes, players use experience points from combat to upgrade stat points and unlock spells. Players can also adopt pets for their characters that provide stat boosts, or a Dragoturkey mount for fast travel. And if the player is tiring of the traditional leveling system, they can take on one of twenty-two professions, learning a trade and selling goods through a market or player-owned storefront.
The biggest drawback is that most of Dofus's content is restricted for free-to-play gamers. A subscription is required to move beyond level 20, which won't take players far beyond the tutorial levels. That said, the subscription is relatively inexpensive ($8 a month or cheaper for bundles), and the free content that is available is enough to give players a handle on the game. Subscriptions also unlock PvP, Guild, and marketplace features, as well as bonus gifts and tokens per payment. Either way, whether you're interested in Dofus as a suscriber or free-to-play users, you'll find an appealing and engaging title for gamers of all ages.
- OS: Windows 2000 /Vista / XP / OSX
- CPU: Pentium III 700 MHz
- RAM: 128 MB
- HDD: 250 MB
- Graphics Card: 12 mb
- OS: Windows Vista / XP / OSX
- CPU: Pentium 4 or better
- RAM: 512 MB or more
- HDD: 1 GB Free
- Graphics Card: 24 mb or more