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Apr 2nd 2012 3:44AM Interesting, will take a look.
Worth looking at www.8realms.com again as they seem have have done something (loading screen?) which makes everything much quicker and more responsive
Feb 8th 2012 3:26AM Interesting comments, I personally have found the game to be improved since the earlier Beta VIP versions and that you are saying that because you do not have to spend money that is a bad thing?
Sep 10th 2011 6:45PM Definitely, Free Realms is very good and I agree does a lot right.
The other game for me is Runescape - is in the same mold - i.e. tagged as a kids game but has tons of depth
Jul 6th 2011 8:22AM @Beau Hindman Yea they really need to improve the first play experience and make it more intuitive.
When you say slow do you mean performance slow or the amount of time it takes to build stuff (I am good on the first but find the second slow and frustrating at times)
But it is closed beta so we can cross our fingers and hope these things can be improved
Jul 5th 2011 8:55PM Personally I would go for www.8realms.com as this is a browser MMORTS but is exactly the same game and experience on the desktop browser, tablet and mobile phone.
Defo worth a try!
Jun 22nd 2011 4:22AM Great list - thanks for sharing.
One you may consider adding is a new online RTS game called 8Realms (http://www.8realms.com).
It is still in beta at the moment but you can play the game with exactly the same features and experience across your desktop browser, tablet or mobile phone - it seems to work on almost any browser on any device
May 25th 2011 9:10AM @Arizone It is still from Hanbitsoft which was part of the original Hellgate finance/developement .... I think!
May 23rd 2011 7:30AM No keys left - please use past tense (and send me a key)!
May 21st 2011 6:05PM Boo - missed it - keys all gone :(
May 18th 2011 8:27AM I am keen to see what people think on this as well.
From a companies perspective I get it - SN are a great way to get your name/brand/game known. Some clever hash tag work can be good as well but I also wonder how many people will be caught out by these auto SN messages when 'off sick' or attending a telephone conference call (not that I would do any of those things of course)!