It never actually occurred to me that we had two curiosity links on the main page. This Forum is for the topic of Central Heating - specifically with wood, coal, pellets, corn and other solid fuels. I really recommend Unreal World, it's complex, fun, and addicting. I think I've been killed around four times. Then again, the original creator of Salem is the same as HaH, so that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it! Picking a random direction and traveling isn't all that helpful.
When you run out of things to invest time into other than waiting on crops the game slows down quite a bit. The first thing I do is find a landmark, then look up where I am on the map. Not to sure about having a image behind the main table. I see you mentioned Darkfall and the fact that everyone macroed. I want to be able to get into everything~ Anyway, end of rant there.
A boat is probably easier to build as it just needs blocks and planks. Wurm online - this is the closest thing i found to my liking, except the fact that the skill ups are too minimal, and the game is kinda just boring and yes i played on epic server Mortal online - eeGads man, how does that game stay online. If I dig the new way it works, I'll likely buy into a subscription and enjoy the perks of faster progress for a while. When it was 2D I still enjoyed it juuust enough to put up with the 4-chan-ish player base and the devs. Never really got into it, though.
I've also discovered that fishing is the same deal - either learn to hunt and make yourself vulnerable, or start mining. The final off-put though was the cash shop. It's basically exploiting, especially when using them for pclaims. You were talking about some changes in the community. You can get away with a small patch of crops, hunting and maybe a cave near by for mines, cave clay and the like. Welcome to the Haven and Hearth Wiki forum! So you like hard games, another player might like a game with equal game play and graphics. With some the better one's on the main page too.
Survival: The Ultimate Challenge, Robinsons Requiem + Deus, and the Stranded series. Mostly because it seems more feature complete. The gathering of resources is interesting, too. Yes, that's right, you need skills to both be able to attack and kill other players, and that's a good thing, trust me. Like seriously, you don't suddenly know how to do shit, you have to learn how to do it, which makes it so realistic. Honestly I really wish they had more survival type games out there.
By the way, this game has zombies and shotguns - need I say more? You should get a boat asap and just sail for about 20-30 minutes, then find some land and walk for another 30 mins. Well, my girlfriend started reading up on different ways of gaining skill points, and crafting different things. Grindy, but the world has a decent amount to offer so I think it keeps it interesting for a while. In the wild it is the same. I've probably seen around 12 or so people throughout my times playing. So far I see potential, and the game is prty stable. This new forum section is for off-topic discussions and announcements.
I can't decide, but it's probably the closest you will get to matching your list. Cube World Althou it looks a bit childish, the game is an alpha at the moment, it is quite a full on game when it comes to exploring, with limitless landscapes to explore, dungeons, caves, castles, towns, etc. Gameplay is only half of the fun for me, I need semi-realistic graphics in 3d at least. Pretty much every skill is needed by everyone, and so most people specialise and join a village or make a homestead from where they trade for other people's goods. I can do exciting things, like chip rocks, and take branches and such. It's even worse when you're a solo player like myself who likes to dig into the meat of games.
Keep an eye on Xyson to see if they ever recover from that launch And Haven and Hearth always has a chance for a comeback. Used to enjoy getting on there and making Brodgars every time the world reset. It definitely has a survival feel for the first few days you play. Needing those skills to attack and kill leaves many players unable to even do so. Oh and don't try to swim across a river you will die and will have to make a new charecter yes permanent death, I learned this the hard way Finally, a game that I truely think I can stick to. A game completely controlled by the players, on a level of complexity many games don't have; far and few inbetween. It's not that I'm a graphics whore, I mean I can play Morrowind and hell I'd play Daggerfall if my computer wasn't too new for it.
I'm shocked to see it still around honestly. Forum Last Edit Last Author 19:56, August 20, 2010 18:30, June 3, 2009. I have a 64 bit system, 8. I do keep my distance if able though. Sure, the game gives you goals, but there's absolutely no hints as to where to find the commands to do the stuff they want you to do.