It's cute and kid friendly. However be aware that the best parts of the game, particularly pets, all must be paid for by microtransactions.Seeing as combat is completely optional, it's obviously not meant to be a game for hardcore gamers. I think the cuteness overload is designed to put off anyone that would play the game and whine that there isn't enough combat.
Anyone else notice the non-WoW related stuff that has popped up around here since this whole Zam thing started?.....Yea, that's what I thought.
it looks interesting... maybe some of those young'n's that play WoW will migrate to this, it certainly appeases to there parents wallet for the most part lol! Am very curious to what the free account and paid account have, i must agree with an earlier poster, that a free account might just be like a very restricted demo without a time limit on it... and you never know if this particular game may pull the plug on the free access, Ragnarok online anyone? lol
Sony didnt create EverCrack - actually - it was developed by Brad McQuaid and Sony "Aquired" his company to develop EQ2.
StumpJumper, please edit your posts together instead of double-posting. ;)
Played it for about 15 mins this morning. Seems very childish, but fun. I think I will continue to play it on and off. It does have chain quests, jobs etc. Even has a "Dual Spec" idea. You can have all these jobs and certain gear can only be worn with each job and you can open a menu to change jobs (pet trainer, brawler, chef..etc).
Wow! Consumerism has reached a brand new low. It's just another Neopets/Webkins/Maplestory clone.
It might be interesting if I was still 13 years old.
I would like to try it out, but it's Windows only. -_-
The 3D engine looks MUCH better than Wow. I'll give it a try even if I'm an old 33 guy ;)
The first thing I thought when I entered the sight was Neopets.No.... not Neopets... I tried to get away from it...I'll check it out when I get on my own computer.
Tested for an hour more or less. The 3D engine and user interface are indeed solid and overall the games seems very well designed. It looks like Sims Online (does it exist?), it's nice. I wont play it but it's cool for kiddies :)
I am definitely getting this.And no, not only for me. My brother (7) and sister (7) go on my Computer, and I'd like to introduce them to a game that is not Club Penguin =PThe graphics look quite nice, and I like some of the features. Lets start installin'!
I think its Cute! ^.^I been playing it for about three hours.. I think the combat system needs alot more work, but it shows Alor of promise. I Was disappointed quite a bit to see that you need to pay to experience most of the content.. It seems to me that if a company advertises that a game is free, its content should BE Free... o.OUmmm... my confirmation code is kkkw7... Wtf... -.-
This game in now way is free-to-play,as you cannot access all the things without actually spending money,the trick (if it was meant to be a trick) was really cheap.This is the same as for example Last Chaos,If you want to be as cool,as fast,and as strong as everyone else,you have to buy stuff from the item-mall thing,without it your lvl'ing will going to turn in to a looong lasting and pain full journey that in no possible way is enjoyable,except for this particular game you have limitations without a membership.In fact from one point of view it`s like WoW`s 10day trial,only without time limit.P.S. advertising different game in site that is for WoW players only.....not cool.
I'd say ew fairies and cuteness, without having actually checked it out, but my draenei is in a pink dress and bunny ears.Figure I don't have much room to talk.