Algadon: Not Your Ordinary Fantasy Online Game

August 1, 2010 | By | 5 Replies More

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Rarely do I feature online RPG games on this site but I simply can’t afford not to look at this fantasy online game known as Algadon, a medieval land. AlgadonPlayers can enjoy this free online role-playing game via a web browser to explore the land of Algodon, perform specific quests, battle with monsters and other ferocious beasts, compete with other players, place bounties on other players, and attempt some delicate elite missions.

Players like in any MMORPG can buy weapons, armory, food, and potions for additional help while advancing to the levels of the game, for training to be more equipped in the battle fields and for performing quests within plays

Of course, an online game would not be complete without the ability to IM or send messages to other players, join groups, or post public messages to other player’s profile. As the player advances through each stage, more adventures and challenges awaits plus more weapons, guests and lots of excitement.

Getting hooked on online games sometimes have its consequences but making sure that the habit of playing will not in any way interfere with one’s studies, work or social well-being is absolutely fine. Leisure is supposed to be fun and not the other way around.

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  1. Mike says:

    This game sounds cool. I have never really played a strategy game online. But it sounds like a free version of Age of Empires. I will check it out.

  2. Larry says:

    There are just so many games like from this gender that it is hard for one to stand out. By the way, why the link with anchor is pointing to a myspace page 😀

  3. Mathdelane says:

    Hi Larry,
    The site owner wants to promote his MySpace page, that’s why.

  4. Brian Clarke says:

    I think it’s a bit similar to Mafia MoFo in some ways, though it seems to take the best features from numerous online games and add in its own unique features to comprise an excellent new creation.

  5. Steve says:

    This game sounds cool but after playing Everquest back in the day and then World of Warcraft in more recent years, its time for something new like Star Wars: The Old Republic! That’s what I am holding out for!

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