Entropia Universe
Basic Information

Entropia Universe is an advanced 3D online virtual environment with a developed planetary system and one universal Real Cash Economy system. Each planet offers a wide variety of exciting entertainment. You can travel between the planets through space and socialize with people from all over the world.

The game is free to play, but new players should bear in mind that the cash shop is an integral part of the game, such that significant portions of content are effectively locked off unless a payment is made. If the game sounds familiar, it may be because it's achieved Guinness World Record status for the most expensive virtual world objects ever sold, both in 2004 and in 2006. In this game, virtual moons sell for $150,000, and people can make serious money dealing in online real estate. Money talks, and this is reflected in the game's visual aesthetic; despite being over a decade old, constant updates mean Entropia Universe is a remarkably attractive title.

In addition to PC and Mac, efforts are on the way to bring this title to Android and iOS.

MindArk
Unknown
Free to Play
January 2003
released
Unlimited
No

  • No monthly subscription fees
  • Compact installer with dynamic download of planet content
  • Minimum Wait 2 Play
  • Easy one-step account sign-up
  • Runs on Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac or Linux
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About the Game

You are an explorer in a brave new science fiction universe. You start with the absolute basics, including the clothes you're wearing, and a tool to extract vibrant sweat from animals. That tool will be critical to your early experience, as the whole point here is to gather stuff - lots and lots of stuff - which you can then sell to other players. Earn enough cash, and you can start to upgrade your poverty-stricken butt. The sweat tool is used to create Mind Essence, a commodity which can be sold on the market. Of course, if you want to sidestep this tedious work, you can put in your own cash - a relatively small amount spent can get you a significant amount of in-game currency PED - thus allowing you to buy better stuff right away.

Unlike other MMOs, there really isn't a story, or ultimate goal. Nobody's trying to save the universe. The vast majority are just toiling away, trying to earn a virtual living. Crafting and real estate deals seem to be the playerbase's two favorite hobbies. There isn't a consistent tone as such; this is the same title that was - but now isn't - going to have Planet Michael, dedicated to Michael Jackson, and a Universal Monsters planet. The main draws here are a remarkably attractive visual aesthetic, very crunchy skills and crafting system, and a vigorous in-game economy that can, theoretically, earn you real-world cash.

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System Requirements
Minimum

Internet Connection: ADSL or better

Computer Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.8g hz or AMD Athlon 64 Series or better
Computer Memory: 2048 MB RAM or more
Graphics Card (with latest drivers): NVIDIA GeForce 7800 Series or better / ATI Radeon 1900 series or better.
DirectX: Version 9.0c or later
Sound Device: Direct X compatible sound device
Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels
Hard Drive Space: 10 GB of free space

Recommended

Internet Connection: ADSL or better

Computer Processor: Intel I7 / AMD Phenom II
Computer Memory: 4096 MB RAM or more
Graphics Card (with latest drivers): NVIDIA GeForce 285 / ATI Radeon 4870 or better
DirectX: Version 9.0c or later
Sound Device: Direct X compatible sound device
Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768 pixels
Hard Drive Space: 10 GB of free space

Entropia Universe
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Why does it say no PvP ...it DOES have PvP. Lots of areas are PvP. Heck, travelling through space is travelling through LOOTABLE PvP where you can loose your crafting materials if you get shot-down by pirates. Fortunately there are some good Mothership Services ready to ferry players ...that being said, don't accept any summons up into space from a mothership you didn't contact first. Sometimes pirates use motherships themselves to trick new inexperienced players up into space.

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