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Realms of Magic

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Realms of Magic is a 2D sandbox RPG set in a classic western fantasy universe. Create and customize your character. Gather resources, craft items and build your base. Explore the world, complete quests and crawl through dungeons.Current features:
  • Choose one of 10 playable races and customize your character with multitude of options
  • Build shelter and set up supply of food and water in order to survive
  • Craft hundreds of items split into 10 crafting professions
  • Get experience and level up your character
  • Freely develop your character by spending talent points in one of several skill trees
  • Journey through the realms, explore the wilderness, visit villages
  • Aid inhabitants of Ezran by completing quests
  • Delve into ancient dungeons filled with powerful enemies, deadly traps and valuable loot
  • Learn Realms of Magic lore by reading dozens of in-game books
Release date
Polished Games
Polished Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Core i5 2GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX460/Mobility Radeon HD 5830 or better
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review I rarely give review it of 200 Games I've rated maybe 5. So If I write at all, that's already meaningful enough. So be Quiet, purchase the Game, support this loving Work and rejoice in a Game.
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Microsoft from Spain
Early Access Review Juegazo, still in development but looks good. It is Not a simple clone of the Terrarium or Starbound, but even though you take things from those titles, it goes in its own address and adds totally new playable dimensions that give it an incredible fun. It Has a very cojonuda RPG progression, a very curry lore although it continues to expand. If I had to find some paste Serián the animations but surely be corrected at some point. Compradlo before it goes up in price because it is a gift for the content it has.
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Microsoft from French
Early Access Review est ce unreal 4 ou le jeu ?? pour le moment 0.3 heures c est le temps que je passe a essayer de le mettre en route .. is it unreal 4 or the game i dont know for the moment i passed 0.3 hour to try starting the game without success : the same ue4 error crash if you have a solution (real one !!) i try the windows version the driver , the screen alone and so on i hope you can do something (i thing the error comes from ue4 like the other games ) i have found a solution i play the game in the laptop in streaming with my pc i dont find the reason why the game dont start maybe because i have the unreal engine installed for the game i play 8 hours in one time it is good (with little change )
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Microsoft from Spain
Early Access Review Well, I have taken a first look at a Pre-Alpha version and there are several things that I gusaría to aim both good and bad that I hope improve:-very deficient Animations, really the movement of any animated object within the game is Pretty awful-Pixelart pretty turned out with a medieval setting that takes us to those retro games that will feel pretty good to the title. -Good Sound section, medieval music that accompanies at all times. -Gameplay quite polished for the version in which it is, I am pleasantly surprised how complex and well implemented that are all its mechanics, I love it. -Obviously The game drinks a lot of many games of style, but if it is true that if they continue to work in the title will have their own identity. -Realms of Magic is endowed with a fluidity currently brutal-Depth in all its actions, both in combat (own action Bar) and in the functions of interaction with the rest of the world. The lack of content, other languages and bugs I will not make them at the moment because it is too early, I hope this comes with time, but ultimately as many games of the genre, this promises a lot.
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