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Hunted Cow Studios | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 11/30/06)  | Pub:Hunted Cow Studios
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Browser | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Stonekirby writes: Not really special, but is pretty neat once you get further into the game. Wed Mar 09 2011 3:12PM
Snakester95 writes: It's a fun game and like most other MMORPG's will require lots of grinding. There are ways to speed up grinding though fortunately. You can create ways to get four times as much experience from doing something as opposed to originally making things easier in the game. Meanwhile, in the lower levels you can enjoy the game doing other things than grinding. It keeps a variety, you can get into PvP. Or GvG'ing. A con, while a pro, if you donate to the game and use the micro-currency to buy upgrades, you can easily put yourself on top with the upgrades. Outside gamers may complain due to not wanting to pay, but there are free offers allowing you to gain currency as well as Guild's willing to provide currency through services. The customer service isn't incredible, they have a ticket system and they'll reply hours later, but often they only do so much to help. The community is like many other games where it can be joyful and fun here while a player may come along and haunt over you. They give you the ability to ignore the player, blocking out insulting messages though. If you join a guild you can find yourself with a nice and helpful group of people. While if you play with the wrong people, they may get mad at you or you may just find someone having a bad day. Overall, the game is a decent game, but there are a few cons here and there. If you enjoy browser MMORPG's, you will likely enjoy this. There's always more to advance on and you can have fun with a variety of things. Sun Sep 05 2010 12:59AM
algenon writes: Reviewed on my blog here: Tue Jun 08 2010 6:27AM
Raltar writes: Crappy game run by a small unknown company (its probably just one guy). You have to spend real world money in this cash shop to "upgrade" your character or to "donate" to the game. The developer will gladly take your cash but just as gladly ban the crap out of you if you get too frisky for their liking. Then they tell you you can't do squat about it because you are banned by IP from the game and forum and will never be able to do anything about it because they are in a different country than you. See the forums on this site to see people talking about this. Tue Oct 27 2009 10:41PM
Akiba_Wolf writes: The game really isn't all that bad, I played for a good 5 months before trying something new. The replay value isn't qas well because there weren't many new things you could do. Many of the quests seem repetitive, but what captures my attention the most was PvP Sun Jun 28 2009 1:57AM
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