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8 Addictive Text-Based RPG Games You Can Play With

  • Feb 22, 2014
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Text-based RPG games offer an alternative way to experience adventure and action, limited only by the power of your own imagination and willpower.

We’ve assembled this list of 8 highly addictive examples to show you what you’ve been missing out on!

Torn City

Torn City boasts a player base of millions and the opportunity to do and be literally anything. Each player starts off with no money and little in the way of strength, but by engaging in crime, getting a job, attacking other players and pursuing your ambitions, you can address all this and rise to the top of this crooked city.

With an unparalleled level of freedom, limitless opportunity and a helpful Wiki to guide you when you get stuck, this game is easy to fall in love with.

Mob-Like

In this game you take on the role of a dangerous mob hit man who escapes police custody and returns to the murky underworld from whence he came. Your job is to compete against other players and establish yourself as the biggest, baddest Don the streets have ever seen.

With a slightly smaller player base of a few thousand and the opportunity to win real money every day, this game offers what will surely only be a limited time chance to rise far, and rise fast.

Samurai of Legend

In this game, you exist as an oppressed peasant in feudal Japan who seeks a better life for himself and those he cares about by adopting the ways of the Samurai.

You’ll have to train extensively in the martial arts, forge a variety of weapons and overcome both individual assailants as well as the mighty Yakuza, but you’ll also get the opportunity to explore vast landscapes and acquire great wealth. This is a must-play for martial arts enthusiasts.

Wanted

If you loved the film starring Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman and James McAvoy, then you’ll love the Wanted game. Drawing on the mythology and narrative of the motion picture, this game sees you establish yourself as a deadly assassin and leader of your own fraternity, slaying your foes in order secure the safety of millions.

A quick way to immerse yourself in one your favorite Hollywood adventures, complete with a guide to help you get stuck in.

Monster MMORPG

Very clearly based on the classic Pokémon Gameboy games, Monster MMORPG sees you go about the business of capturing, training, evolving and understanding a huge wealth of beasts and creatures.

Featuring over 1,800 monsters, 520 maps and a zealous anti-cheat mechanism, this game offers the potential for weeks, if not months of engrossing, well regulated play.

 8 Addictive Text-Based RPG Games You Can Play With

Syrnia

A great example of the classic medieval RPG condensed into a quick and convenient browser-based game, Syrnia lets you explore your extensive environment, engage in combat with other players and defeat monsters to further your cause.

The game producers frequently add new content for you to play around with and best of all, they guarantee the game will remain entirely free forever!

Blade of Eternity

Another expedition into the medieval world of magic, legend and combat, but this time with the option to choose from 4 professions, boasting distinct weapons and attributes, all in a bid to become the world’s supreme warrior.

There’s an endless supply of quests to take on, and you can team up with your friends against others in the clan-based warfare.

This game also has an extensive several-thousand strong player base, meaning you’ll never be left wanting for an opponent.

Code of Conflict

As mayhem breaks loose on the front line of an international conflict, you and you alone have the capacity to rally your troops and fight for victory.

A great test of strategic thinking and leadership capability, Code of Conflict is one of the most addictive free text-based strategy games you are ever likely to encounter.

Your Turn

Try them all today and tell us about your favorite(s), as well as any games we’ve missed that you think should have made this list!

This fun and exciting blog post is from Galnix.net – the ultimate hardcore gamer’s website.

  • Feb 22, 2014
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