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The Memory of Eldurim

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Follow the Indie RPG Spirit in Search of The Memory of EldurimYou know the feeling of setting sail beyond the edge of the map, beyond the boundaries of knowledge? So do we. One reason we love video games is that they offer fresh lands to discover.

Discover a new world, its adventures, and its haunting story as you play The Memory of Eldurim. As Liminal Games, an indie studio, we make games specifically for people with their own indie spirit.

People like you--those who long to discover.

Cash in your creativity. Fighting isn’t so much spam-clicking. It’s more of a dance. You will need to recognize openings and to strike in particular ways. You have to think to fight. At least, if you want to win.
Shape a civilization. Save a town from eradication--or eradicate one yourself. Purge a city of thieves--or foment anarchy through political assassinations. Lead or abandon an exodus. Fund a town hall, troubadour’s guild, refugee district...or buy your own estate. Cultivate alliances...or the opposite.
Change the game through the forums. We listen to your input because we believe that you, like us, deserve to be heard. One day, you might tell your friends about how your comment changed the magic system. As proof, you might show them the relic you received in thanks. A communal development strategy should be exciting for all.
Explore an expansive and intricate world. The CRYENGINE makes for some stunning visual scenes. Experience them through your travels across this new world--its sleepy forests, blistering deserts, glittering tundra, submarine ruins, and more.
Seek the Memory of Eldurim. Everyone is missing something, but most cannot remember what it is. It is their only hope against darkness. Seek the Tree of Light on your quest to save the world, rule it, or destroy it.
Count on RPG essentials. We didn’t discard the strengths of the Open World, RPG genre, we simply took them as our starting point. The vision detailed above (that you can add to on the forums) stands on solid RPG essentials. For example, of course your character can level up, but not through a cliche system.
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  • OS: Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit
  • Processor: Core 2 Quad equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible (GTX 400 series or later/AMD HD 6xxx or later)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
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The Memory of Eldurim - Part 1 (Special Feature - Early Access)
Nov 22, 2015
The Memory of Eldurim - Trailer
Oct 26, 2014
The Memory of Eldurim - Обзор и Первые Впечатление
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Nov 22, 2015
The Memory of Eldurim - Gameplay Trailer
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The Memory of Eldurim reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
Early access review this game is clearly left to abandon by its developers and does not possess anything that makes it endearing or enjoyable to play. The combat system is quite generic, the graphics are beautiful but there is no way anything worthwhile to be seen, the universe is bleak (the NPC are barely less rigid than tree trunks)... In short, buy this game only if you want to lose money.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review I bought habs times because I think it's great when indi game manufacturers who actually never have the opportunities of big companies to get an engine out of which you can get more than pixel out think that's also the reason why many others buy the game It is not expensive and at the moment still totally buzzes but sometimes look if the guys get the baked and create a usable game at the moment times very high in a month or more we will see if the purchase was then worth the few euro:)
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review If You want to play a Game, don't purchase it. TMofE is a real Alpha, it is programmed on it and looks real Hammer. Do I Regret buying? No, because it's going to work here and it's really an Alpha, anyway it seems to me that way. There are no Quests, no Instructions or anything else. Currently, you can only walk around, Blow away Bandits/Guards/Skeletons and Three "Boss Like" NPCs. Nevertheless, a good Game----Update: Since the Game is no longer evolving, I can no longer recommend the Game. Nothing happens here anymore ...
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Early Access Review After playing this game for more than 100 hours i decided to write a review. This game, even if it is not yet finished (early access!), is giving me a really great time so far. It combines rpg elements from gothic with really fun and hard combat system of Dark Souls or Bloodborne with the loot system and grind aspect of an action rpg like diablo and has great looking graphics with perfectly modelled Points of Interest. I really enjoy the sunrises in the beginner village looking at the beautiful sea. If you looking for a game with extremely much content like a long quest line you should come back a bit later, but if you enjoy getting better gear and improving your character in any skill imagineable this game will give you alot hours to play. I still missing many pieces of orange quality ( i call it mythical..comes after legendary ) and will grind alot more to get those. Not long ago the developers said there will be a huge update with new content soon and i am looking forward to fight harder mobs, new bosses. I hope this short review helped you to decide wether to buy it or not. For now i would give it a 8.5/10. Warjack
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