Quantcast

Jump to content

» «
Photo

Cube World

37 replies to this topic
GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#1

Posted 28 June 2013 - 03:38 PM

user posted image

Cube World is a voxel based game inspired by Minecraft,Zelda,Secret of Mana,Monster Hunter,Diablo,World of Warcraft and more.
The game is currently in alpha state,and it will follow a similar process to Minecraft:
"The alpha will be available for a lower price than the beta version and the final version. We're planning to release updates regularly. Updates are free."

There's two developers working on the game: Wollay and his wife,Pixxie

Supported Platforms:
user posted image Windows(XP,Vista,7 and 8)
user posted image Mac OS(planned)
user posted image Consoles(planned)

Minimum System Requirements(not fully confirmed):
Windows XP SP2
Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz, Core i3 OR AMD Athlon 64 X2
NVIDIA® GeForce® 7800, ATI X1800, Intel HD 3000 (256 MB of video RAM and shader model 3.0)
2 GB RAM
Internet Connection (for updates and online multiplayer)

Endless,randomly generated worlds
user posted image

Infinite Worlds

A main feature of Cube World is the random world generation. In contrast to many games, worlds are not designed by a level designer, but generated procedurally by the game using math and random numbers. The result is an endless world (nearly endless, i.e. players can't reach the borders), so players can explore new landscapes all the time.

Players can generate their own worlds by specifiying one single number, the seed. The same seeds result in exactly the same world, so players can share their worlds with friends by telling them their seeds.

Worlds are generated on-the-fly while playing, so there are neither long precomputations nor huge save files at the beginning.

No borders

There are no artificial borders. You can literally reach each cube the world is made of. If you see a mountain on the horizon, you can climb that mountain. If you see a tree, you can climb on top of the tree. At least if your climbing skill is good enough. smile.gif

Landscapes

Cube World consists of different lands with varying climates and themes. There are grasslands, snowy landscapes, wide oceans, dangerous lava lands, jungles, and deserts. Landscapes are full of mountains, caves, rivers, lakes, forests, rocks, dungeons, castles, ruins, catacombs, temples, villages, and more.

user posted image World Map
Players can plan explorations and missions with a zoomable and turnable 3D voxel map.
user posted image Greenlands
Greenlands consist of lush grasslands and forests.
user posted image Snowlands
Snowlands are cold,snowy lands.
user posted image Desert
Deserts have a hot and dry climate with sandy dunes, pyramids and oases.
user posted image Jungle
Jungles are hot, high-humidity zones with large trees, temples and ruins.
user posted image Lavalands
Lava lands are hostile landscapes covered with magma and full of demons.
user posted image Ocean
Oceans are full of blue water, islands, underwater caves and sea animals.
user posted image Planned:Savannah
Savannahs have a warm and dry climate and consist of sunny grasslands with few trees and wild animals.
user posted image Planned:Undead Lands
Undead lands are contaminated landscapes without vegetation, populated by evil undead creatures.
user posted image Planned: Swamp Lands
Swamp lands are wetlands with many forests and large rivers.
Planned: Mushroom Lands
Mushroom Lands are full of giant mushrooms and huge insects.

Adventure Skills:

Climbing:
Allows players to ascend the highest rocks and reach the deepest abyss.Wears out stamina slower the more skill points you put into it.

Swimming:
Players can swim and dive through rivers, lakes, and oceans.

Diving:
To the ground of a lake or exploring underwater caves is also possible.

Hang Gliding:
Players glide through the air and explore the world from above using hang gliders.

Sailing:
Players can explore oceans and cross waters with sailboats.

Adventure Features:

Dungeons
Dungeons can be castles, catacombs, temples, pyramids etc. and are full of powerful enemies and rare loot. Each dungeon has a boss.

Overworld Dungeons
Overworld Dungeons are less linear and more freeform than regular dungeons. They usually consist of multiple separate buildings or ruins and have a boss somewhere in the center.

Portals
Portals consist of magic rune stones that can be found anywhere in the world. Players can quickly teleport between discovered portals.

Missions
Missions are generated every Cube World day. A mission involves defeating a boss monster or a dungeon boss. Completing a mission rewards the player with valuable items and tokens.

Planned: Procedural Quests
Procedural quests are randomly generated tasks with varying story, creatures, and places. Our goal is to come up with a diversified non-repetitive system.

Planned: Background Story
We're planning to add a background story and lore to add more depth.

Planned: Housing
We're planning to enable players to build their own house. Players will be able to store items, trophies, pets etc. in their house and extend the house gradually.

Classes & infinite character progression

Classes

There are currently four playable classes in Cube World: Warriors, Rangers, Mages, and Rogues.

We wanted to give each class a different gameplay and feel.

The key feature of warrior gameplay is charged attacks: they can build up MP with normal attacks and charge up powerful special attacks.
Rangers use ranged charged attacks, which work similar like warrior attacks, but using ranged weapons.
Mages cast spells with varying cast times. Normal attacks are usually faster, while special attacks have longer cast times and consume MP.
Rogue gameplay is fast-paced and special attacks are instant. That way they can concentrate on evasion and move freely during combat.

Specializations

In order to allow for more diversified gameplay, we added class specializations. Each class can choose one out of two specializations, which changes playstyle and abilities of that class.

Warrior specializations:

Berserker: Attack speed is increased with each hit. Can charge attacks more quickly.
Guardian: Can block attacks with all weapons and has increased health. Can become immune against stun attacks.
Ranger specializations:

Sniper: Has camouflage and aim abilities. Attack speed is increased with each hit.
Scout: Special attacks have a chance to become instantly chargeable. Can sprint.
Mage specializations:

Fire: Special attacks have a chance to become instantly chargeable. Can cast fire explosions.
Water: Attack speed is increased with each hit. Has healing spells.
Rogue specializations:

Assassin: Special attacks increase stealth. Has improved stealth abilities.
Ninja: Dodges during special attacks. Can throw shurikens.

Skill trees

With each gained level, players can assign skill points to a skill tree. There are class specific skills like attacks or spells, and common skills like climbing, hang gliding, or pet riding.

Infinite Progression

Not only worlds are infinite, but so are you character's progression. This means players can theoretically level up infinitely and put infinitely many skill points into their skill trees. However, this doesn't mean that players can become infinitely powerful. The power of players, creatures, items and skills doesn't scale linearly or exponentially with the level, but it scales tangentially. So while levels can be between 1 and infinity, the corresponding power is between 1 and 100. A power of 100 can only be reached with an infinite level. In lower levels, power increments are more notable than in higher levels.

This system has two advantages: First, there's no level cap and the player never has the feeling of having reached the end of the game. Second, power cannot be infinite. For each land, the game generates creatures and dungeons evenly in all power ranges (1-100). That way the player can freely travel from land to land and can always be sure to find creatures and dungeons of his power.

Action-based Combat
Combat in Cube World is based on player skill, movement and reaction. Skilled players can beat high-level monsters, while not-so-skilled players can be beaten by low-level creatures.

Manual Aiming

Enemies need to be targeted manually with a crosshair. There's no target locking. Good players will land more hits and thus deal more damage.

Active Dodging

Most attacks can be dodged with good reaction and proper timing. Dodging costs stamina and makes you immune against damage for a very short time. With skill and good stamina management, you can survive even the strongest attacks.

Combos

All creatures have armor and resistance. Armor decreases physical damage, resistance magical damage. Every time you hit an opponent, you get a combo point. The more combo points you have, the more armor/resistance of your enemy is ignored for your attacks. So if you succeed to build up enough combo points, you can penetrate even the heaviest armor.

Races

The following races are playable: Elves, Humans, Goblins, Lizardmen, Dwarves, Orcs, Frogmen, Undeads. There are separate models for male and female characters. They also have different voices and there are no class-race restrictions.

Characters are customizable during character creation by choosing a combination of face, hair and hair color. Lizardmen have scales instead of hair and Frogmen have different eyes.

Playable Race: Humans
Humans are medium-sized creatures with varying hair styles (including beards).

Playable Race: Elves
Elves are medium-sized creatures with pointy ears and fancy hair.

Playable Race: Dwarves
Dwarves are small creatures. Male dwarves always have beards, while women often have braids.

Playable Race: Goblins
Goblins are small creatures with green skin and reddish noses.

Playable Race: Lizardmen
Lizardmen are medium-sized creatures with scales and a big mouth.

Playable Race: Orcs
Orcs are big creatures with green skin and a pronounced jaw.

Playable Race: Undeads
Undeads are medium-sized creatures with a decayed look and glowing eyes.

Playable Race: Frogmen
Frogmen are medium-sized creatures with an amphibian look and bulging eyes.

Planned: More Playable Races

Pets

Every player can have a pet which accompanies him during his adventures and assists in combat. A player can possess as many pets as he wants, but only one pet can be active at a time. The remaining pets are stored in a special pet bag in the inventory.

Taming

Most animals and some monsters in Cube World can be tamed. In order to tame a pet, you need to feed it with it's favorite food. The challenge is to find out which food a pet likes and to obtain the food.

Pet Categories

There are different pet categories:

Melee pets are the most common pets and attack from close range.
Ranged pets can shoot bullets from a distance.
Tank pets deal less damage but have higher endurance and generate more aggro.
Some pets have healing abilities to heal their master and friends.
Mount pets are ridable and enable fast traveling.

Monsters

Cube World is full of monsters: there are slimes, zombies, ogres, skeletons, vampires, werewolves, and many more.

Boss Monsters

Boss monsters are the strongest creatures in Cube World. Some of them are humanoid, like trolls with big wooden clubs or one-eyed cyclopses. Others are undead, like the evil liches, that summon zombies and skeletons. There are saurians which are armored with scales and armed with sharp horns and teeth.

Defeating a boss monster requires a lot of skill and experience. Players have to study their attacks and react properly. They have to jump during earthquakes by trolls, they have to stay away from cyclone attacks by cyclopses, and have to dodge the deadly smash attacks by golems.
Defeating a boss monster gives valuable rewards like rare weapons or armor and lots of experience.

Items,crafting and customization
(this is my favorite part about the game)

Items can be obtained from enemies, treasure chests, missions, vendors. Apart from that, items are also craftable. The crafting categories are:
Weapon crafting: Each class can craft weapons available to that class. For instance, warriors can craft axes, swords, maces, and shields.
Armor crafting: Each class can craft armor available to that class. For instance, warriors can craft iron gloves, iron boots, and more.
Jewel crafting: All classes can craft rings and amulets. Rings and amulets have secondary stats useful for all classes.
Cooking: Players can craft food for cheap out-of-combat healing and buffs.
Alchemy: Players can craft healing potions and other useful potions.

Weapon Customization

Weapons can be upgraded and customized on a per-voxel basis. For instance, iron swords can be upgraded with iron cubes which can be freely placed on the weapon. This increases damage and changes the look of weapons.

Spirit cubes are rare magic cubes that can be obtained by defeating bosses. They're more powerful than normal cubes and have additional effects when placed on a weapon:

Fire spirit deals additional fire damage.
Wind spirit increases attack and movement speed of the player.
Ice spirit slows attack and movement speed of the target.
Unholy spirit deals damage to the target and heals the player.

Multiplayer

There is a separate server application that can be used to host multiplayer games. It can be run on dedicated servers or private computers (you just have to make sure set up port forwarding for routers). It enables online and LAN multiplayer for up to four players. We're still experimenting with maximum player limit, especially with respect to game difficulty.

Multiplayer is optional and the game can be played completely offline.

Private Servers
Cube World comes with a separate server application which players can use to host their own server to which friends can connect for a multiplayer session.

LAN Multiplayer
Multiplayer is possible over LAN.

Online Multiplayer
Multiplayer is possible over the Internet. The server application can be run on a dedicated server or a private computer (using port forwarding for routers).

2-4 Player Cooperative Play
You can play cooperatively with up to three friends.

Player vs Player (PvP)
We're planning to add PvP modes with randomly generated battlegrounds and arenas.

PvP Online Ladders
For team-based PvP we're thinking about the possibility of online ladders.

Experimental Massively Multiplayer Server
We will experiment with the possiblity of higher populated multiplayer servers, without compromising game balance and performance.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Wow,I'm surprised no one made a thread on this yet,since it's being covered by some youtubers currently.Sorry for the lack of pictures,I couldn't post more,I guess I hit a limit of pictures or something.

All info and pictures were taken from the official website: https://picroma.com/cubeworld
Release Date: TBA(soon,as stated by the developer)
The game is currently on closed alpha.

The Pizza Delivery Guy
  • The Pizza Delivery Guy

    If You Know What I Mean

  • Members
  • Joined: 29 Jan 2013
  • None

#2

Posted 28 June 2013 - 03:45 PM

Clearly they are trying not to just be a Minecraft rip off. Looks like it could be cool, might check it out icon14.gif

RedDagger
  • RedDagger

    Crash test dummy

  • Leone Family Mafia
  • Joined: 24 Oct 2011
  • United-Kingdom

#3

Posted 28 June 2013 - 04:01 PM Edited by RedDaggerXL, 28 June 2013 - 05:49 PM.

I've seen a fair bit of gameplay from this, looks like a nice game trying to add to the voxel 'genre' rather than clone minecraft. It looks really nice so far, shame about my useless PC.

Red XIII
  • Red XIII

    British and Proud!

  • Members
  • Joined: 07 Nov 2012

#4

Posted 28 June 2013 - 04:03 PM

I wouldn't say they are ripping off minecraft, its just like how call of duty is a first person shooter and so it battlefield, but they are totally different.

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#5

Posted 28 June 2013 - 05:12 PM

I like to think of it as:
Minecraft is a building game with some adventure aspects.
Cube World is an adventure game with some building aspects(once building your house and stuff is implemented).

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#6

Posted 28 June 2013 - 06:27 PM

I want a go but closed alpha sad.gif

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#7

Posted 28 June 2013 - 09:22 PM

I'm buying it on alpha,since they're following a system similar to minecraft.

Cheap Alpha Release -> Kind of cheap beta -> 1.0


GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#8

Posted 02 July 2013 - 05:17 PM

Paid alpha and demo are out!

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#9

Posted 02 July 2013 - 05:33 PM

SWEEET linky? gahh i think there website has erm like broken! Take note this is what happens if you're a prick tease!

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#10

Posted 02 July 2013 - 11:32 PM

It isn't a tease.The download went down because of the server overload and it's still down.

Link: https://picroma.com/buycubeworld

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#11

Posted 03 July 2013 - 04:32 PM

All I meant was he had been only giving out alpha codes previously teasing the people who just wanted to buy it. Now the shop is closed due to the fact he didn't have previous experience with large loads trying to buy and download the game from the server.

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#12

Posted 03 July 2013 - 08:56 PM

I hope it gets up soon,it's a real torture to see people who bought the game before the shop went down playing it while we can't.

CharmingCharlie
  • CharmingCharlie

    Proud PC Gamer

  • Members
  • Joined: 23 May 2006

#13

Posted 04 July 2013 - 01:16 PM

Just purchased this today I saw it a while ago and it sort of intrigued me. It isn't really my kind of game but I thought what the hell. So far I am really enjoying it, exploring the world is quite addictive with a "what is over the next hill" kind of thing. Performance is pretty good too I am running it 1080p with Nvidia 3D vision (looks great in 3D) and it never drops below 80fps.

Only downsides I can think of are the combat (it is hella difficult expect to die a lot) and it is pretty bare bones with instructions on what to do and how to play it. However it is in an alpha stage and will change a lot before it is officially released (hell look at minecraft alpha compared to now).

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#14

Posted 04 July 2013 - 01:44 PM

How to buy?

CharmingCharlie
  • CharmingCharlie

    Proud PC Gamer

  • Members
  • Joined: 23 May 2006

#15

Posted 04 July 2013 - 01:52 PM

This is the link to buy the game :-

https://picroma.com/buycubeworld

You will need to set up an account at Picroma before you buy the game though. Unfortunately it looks like the servers are down again which I can understand is frustrating for people. However there is a silver lining with the site being hammered so much there is obviously a crap load of interest in this game which means there is a pretty good chance this game will be a success and will evolve into a really fantastic game.

NAME CHANGE LOL
  • NAME CHANGE LOL

    Say pal, you don't look so good.

  • The Precinct
  • Joined: 13 Jul 2004
  • None

#16

Posted 04 July 2013 - 02:04 PM Edited by TEoS, 04 July 2013 - 02:11 PM.

I was screaming LAME in my head until I saw playable races... and then saw Goblins and Orcs. That is pretty cool.

Sounds very... MMORPGish.

Edit: Oh so there's no building. I saw the blocks and just assumed. So it is just an MMORPG. That is less appealing. Still, a cool merging of game play ideas.

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#17

Posted 04 July 2013 - 02:59 PM

QUOTE (CharmingCharlie @ Thursday, Jul 4 2013, 13:52)
This is the link to buy the game :-

https://picroma.com/buycubeworld

You will need to set up an account at Picroma before you buy the game though. Unfortunately it looks like the servers are down again which I can understand is frustrating for people. However there is a silver lining with the site being hammered so much there is obviously a crap load of interest in this game which means there is a pretty good chance this game will be a success and will evolve into a really fantastic game.

I tried the link after you said you had brought it and it was still saying the shop was down for maintenance. Just tried again and it worked yay.

King Of Monra
  • King Of Monra

    When someone close to you dies, move seats

  • Members
  • Joined: 30 Jan 2004

#18

Posted 05 July 2013 - 06:21 AM Edited by King Of Monra, 06 July 2013 - 08:06 AM.

here is a video of me playing the game. I never played minecraft but this game seems fun

ll rdny ll
  • ll rdny ll

    Master of the Bitchfit

  • Members
  • Joined: 02 Feb 2012

#19

Posted 05 July 2013 - 08:31 AM

Okay, this game looks pretty freaking awesome. I'll be buying it in the next few weeks

Finite
  • Finite

    Solitude

  • BUSTED!
  • Joined: 04 Dec 2010
  • None
  • Discussion Award [Gaming]
    Literary Prowess [General Chat]

#20

Posted 06 July 2013 - 05:09 AM

The downside to this game is that it has literally no mod support, kind of leaves me disappointed as I'd love to see what the community for this game would've created.

CharmingCharlie
  • CharmingCharlie

    Proud PC Gamer

  • Members
  • Joined: 23 May 2006

#21

Posted 06 July 2013 - 11:37 AM

QUOTE (Lightning Strike @ Saturday, Jul 6 2013, 06:09)
The downside to this game is that it has literally no mod support, kind of leaves me disappointed as I'd love to see what the community for this game would've created.

Erm give it a bit of time, the game has been out for less than 3 days and even now people are having a hard time purchasing the game because of DDos attacks and over demand. I am sure once people have had a chance to experience the game modding will come.

Right now I am enjoying the game for what it is. It has a hella steep difficulty level for someone such as me that doesn't really play this sort of thing. However once you get into the mechanics of it and start crafting life potions and stuff you soon start to progress and it becomes a "just play it till I get to level 7" and "oh I will just play it till I get to this town/dungeon/castle.

It will be interesting what the future holds for this game.

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#22

Posted 06 July 2013 - 06:16 PM

Intel cards aren't supported yet so I'm trying not to spoil it for when they are by not watching anything about the game.Hopefully support comes soon.I know he tried by releasing a patch,but I couldn't really test it since I'm not buying it until I'm 100% sure it won't lag horribly.

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#23

Posted 18 July 2013 - 07:06 PM

How to water?

I'm trying to get water but i'm not to sure howto craft it so i can get a bottle of water, i'm very confused? I'm having to live off pumpkin muffins!

GTASAIDEAMASTER
  • GTASAIDEAMASTER

    Made in china.

  • Members
  • Joined: 03 Jul 2010

#24

Posted 18 July 2013 - 09:38 PM

Open the craft menu while sitting inside a well or a water source I think

Dnero
  • Dnero

    B4.DA.$$

  • Members
  • Joined: 27 Mar 2008
  • None

#25

Posted 18 July 2013 - 11:02 PM

Damn shop is closed, just when I wanted to buy it mad.gif

NAME CHANGE LOL
  • NAME CHANGE LOL

    Say pal, you don't look so good.

  • The Precinct
  • Joined: 13 Jul 2004
  • None

#26

Posted 18 July 2013 - 11:05 PM Edited by TEoS, 19 July 2013 - 01:04 AM.

This mobs in this game need a better indicator of how tough they are. Raccoons are slaughtering me while orcs and goblins are going down in 2 hits.

That being said, it's a fun adventure game. I'm currently running as an Undead Mage, going fire spec.

Edit: Ahh, I get it now, it's all about the name colors, that makes things a lot easier.

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#27

Posted 19 July 2013 - 04:50 AM

QUOTE (GTASAIDEAMASTER @ Thursday, Jul 18 2013, 21:38)
Open the craft menu while sitting inside a well or a water source I think

Do I need flasks aswell? As the need water requirement goes away when in water I just cannot still craft any.

Lol teos luckily I watched a video the day before I started getting into it explaining roughly how it works.

I walked for ages and have found a jungle area with loads of Red text undead +4 enemys lets just say they hurt me big time.

Remix
  • Remix

    Li'l G Loc

  • Members
  • Joined: 12 Nov 2007

#28

Posted 19 July 2013 - 02:04 PM

I bought this game when it was released, but it's a rather unfulfilling game at the moment. Of course, it's still in Alpha, but Wollay has a fair way to go in development. In its current state, it's a shallow game but hopefully it can improve. As with every game, it's much more enjoyable with friends!

I don't regret my purchase at all as I easily got my moneys worth, there's just not much in the game currently.

NAME CHANGE LOL
  • NAME CHANGE LOL

    Say pal, you don't look so good.

  • The Precinct
  • Joined: 13 Jul 2004
  • None

#29

Posted 19 July 2013 - 03:09 PM

QUOTE (oysterbarron @ Thursday, Jul 18 2013, 19:50)
QUOTE (GTASAIDEAMASTER @ Thursday, Jul 18 2013, 21:38)
Open the craft menu while sitting inside a well or a water source I think

Do I need flasks aswell? As the need water requirement goes away when in water I just cannot still craft any.

Lol teos luckily I watched a video the day before I started getting into it explaining roughly how it works.

I walked for ages and have found a jungle area with loads of Red text undead +4 enemys lets just say they hurt me big time.

Yeah, you need flasks. Also, flasks do not return to your inventory after you consume your potions, so it's a good idea to stock up on a sh*tload of them whenever you're in town.

What pets are you guys using? I've got a sheep, a lemon beetle, snout beetle and a light alpaca, so I'm rolling with the lemon beetle as a tank since mages get f*cked up in close quarters.

Got to level 3 last night, can't wait till I get some better gear.

OysterBarron
  • OysterBarron

    You need a Pearl necklace? Hit me up ;)

  • Zaibatsu
  • Joined: 17 Dec 2004
  • United-Kingdom

#30

Posted 19 July 2013 - 08:31 PM

Last time I was in town I had no money I'm about an hour away from town now is there more than 1 town per map?. I currently have no pets but I think I got some blooddrink thing off of a bat so I assume I can get a bat now.




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users