I just stumbled upon a relatively new browsergame today when searching the
net, Blades of Eternity. The game just came out of the public beta and is
now fully operational and running.
And the best thing is, it's absolutely completely accessible! No grafics, no
maps, no grafical links without labeling, it's just perfect and stricktly
It's a fantasy rpg game in which you train a new character to bekome one of
the available professions later. Since I just started playing today, I don't
know what these professions are, it's not revealed beforehand.
But there is much to do in the game and you literally can play for days
without pause, because there always is a game action you can do.
There are different types of stats for different things. For example, you
can do crimes in the game. To do this, you need a stat called brave. When
you commit a crime, your brave decreases, but it regenerates over time. And
in the meantime, you can do quests for which you need another stat, called
And that's the great thing. Since you don't need the same form of energy for
each action, you can different things and let the stat which just decreased
fill up again while you do something else.
As an added bonus, new players get donaters status for two days when signing
up, which has some advantages such as faster regeneration rates.
But as far as I can tell, you don't need to donate to play, you just level
faster when you donate cause of the regen rates and a few other things.
Here is a list of features of the game from the website:
a.. 3 unique character paths
a.. 4 distinct professions and weapon classes
a.. A large database of items, skills, crafts and quests
a.. Diverse community features
a.. PVP Statistics and Ratings
a.. Clans and clan wars
a.. And much more...
The new player intruduction is very well made and gets you straight into
playing, and you even get a reward for reading the documentation and the
There is just too much to it to describe it all here, I'd suggest you try it
if you are into fantasy rpgs.
The full accessibility is the main thing about the game that catched my
interest, since most browsergames these days rely on grafical maps or
animations or sommething like that.
So, this is a really great exeption. *smiles*
And here is the link:
This also could be something for the audiogames and pcsgames databases, so
Phil and Dark, please feel free to add it there if you like.
Best regards and have fun playing if you try it.
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