Recommending: Core Keeper

Explore an endless cavern of creatures, relics and resources in a mining sandbox adventure for 1-8 players. Mine, build, fight, craft and farm to unravel the mystery of the ancient Core.

Core Keeper @ Steam

Recommending: Medieval Dynasty

Hunt, survive, build and lead in the harsh Middle Ages: Create your own Medieval Dynasty and ensure its long-lasting prosperity or die trying!
A great open-world game with nice graphics and gameplay. I highly recommend this!

Medieval Dynasty @ Steam

Recommending: Fallen Earth

It's 2156, and the world has been destroyed by both nuclear and bio-chemical means. Your story takes place in one of the few habitable places left in the world, the Grand Canyon.
The game also work on older computers because the graphics is not very demanding. Mainly it looks like a "Fallout New Vegas" mmorpg. I highly recommend this game,
the system of game, the crafting and the combats are Nice. Only thing is that there are not many players (at this moment.)
The game was withdrawn 2018 but has been relaunched as free-to-play in October 2021. The game may very well be launched on Steam again.

Fallen Earth @ GamersFirst

Recommending: Valheim

Can be bought via steam. A great survival game based on the myths of viking gods. Farm and craft better tools and weapons. Find a good place
to build your home. Kill monsters and adventure through the huge world of Valheim. Play it with your friends on multiplayer.
I highly recommend this game!

Valheim @ Steam

Recommending: Kenshi

An open-world single player game. You can be a trader, thief, rebel, warlord, farmer, slave or an adventurer.
-Research for new equipment and craft new gear.
-Purchase and upgrade your own buildings to use as safe fortified havens when things go bad.
-Purchase and upgrade your own buildings and use them to start up a business.
-Aid or oppose the various factions in the world while striving for the strength and wealth necessary to simply survive in the harsh desert.
-Train your men up from puny victims to master warriors. Carry your wounded squad mates to safety and get them all home alive.

Kenshi @ Steam

Recommending: Manyland

A nice game free-to-play but cost money if you wish to build your own places. Very similar to games like Minecraft and Second Life.

You can visit my universe on Manyland for free through the browser at @!

Recommending: Legends of Aria

Also called "Ultima Online 2" a great mmorpg with open world sandbox. Craft your items and sell them, explore the huge wilderness and gather leather or ingrediences for your crafter. Challenge the mobs in the world and even become a murderer. This game will be available for Steam at early access in January 2019. I highly recommend this game. The population is also very high, which is important for a succesful mmorpg.

Legends of Aria @

Recommending: Champions of Regnum

Free MMORPG at Steam - not very populated but Nice community. The game may remind you of Zelda- Ocarina of Time, on N64. I recommend this game, Works great on Linux too! (At least for me...)

Champions of Regnum @

Recommending: KINGDOM OF LOOT

This is a nice MMO/RPG available on Steam (at 8,99€ ) I highly recommend this game especially for people who like older games.

Kingdom of Loot @

Recommending: THE MANA WORLD

It's a nice 2d graphical mmorpg. Completely free to play. I highly recommend this game because of it's quality. Not many people play this though. Works for most platforms (Windows) also Linux. Try it!

The Mana World @ &

Recommending: TMW2

Similar to The Mana World. An mmorpg project ongoing. Completely free to play and no Pay to win. A world where you hunt all kinds of creatures, playing with friends and doing quests. Works perfect also on Linux. The game is in early access and will also be launched on Steam. I recommend this game and suit good for people that likes oldschool mmorpg's.

TMW2 @

Recommending: Ultima Online (Shard: Forever Kingdoms.)

Completely free to play, a free shard of the game Ultima Online. Ultima Online was the first mmorpg that hit the Internet market. I highly recommend it for people who likes old school mmorpg's like Runescape, Tibia, etc. This shard is also one of the most populated shards of Ultima Online. Usually about 700 - 1000 players online. You do not need to pay anything for a benefit of gameplay. Try this game!

UOF / Ultima Online Forever @

Recommending: Project Gorgon

This is a free nice mmorpg with lots of skills to advance and a world to build up your character in. I highly recommend this game also because of it's unique quality. The game is however yet in early access, and will be updated along with time. If you like games like Runescape was in the past, I think you'll also like this game. Try it out!

PG/ Project Gorgon @

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