MapleStory (Korean: ë©”ì´í”Œ ìŠ¤í† ë¦¬) is a free, 2D, side-scrolling MMORPG developed by the Korean company Wizet.Â Several versions of the game are available for specific countries or regions, and each is published by various companies such as Nexon (NexonKorea, NexonChina, and NexonJapan), NXGames, Shanda, AsiaSoft, and Gamania. Although gameplay is free, many player appearances and gameplay enhancements can be purchased from the "Cash Shop" with actual currency. MapleStory has a combined total of over 47 million players in all of its versions. MapleStory Global, for players mainly outside of East Asia and Southeast Asia, has over one million players.
In the game, players defend the "Maple World" from monsters and develop their character's skills and abilities, as in a typical role-playing game. Players can interact with others in many ways, such as through chatting, trading, and playing minigames. Groups of players can ally together in "parties" to hunt monsters and share the rewards, or they can band together under a common name in a guild.
|Mount & Blade
Mount & Blade combines a sophisticated, dynamic game world and intense medieval swordfighting action, strives to create a game experience never seen before.
Playing Mount & Blade, you will venture through a world filled with daring enemies as well as friendly groups that will come to your aid or need yours. In a land torn by constant danger, raids and skirmishes, you will raise and lead your own war band, commanding dozens of hardened soldiers. You will hunt down your enemies following the tracks they leave behind. And you will fight epic battles where arrows cut the air with deadly hisses, axes and swords hack with fury, and horses and men clash into a violent melee.
Mount & Blade: Warband expands on the original game by introducing a sixth faction, The Sarranid Sultanate, increasing the political options, allowing players to start their own faction, and incorporating multiplayer modes.
Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword is spin-off stand-alone expansion for Mount & Blade. The game and its storyline is loosely based on the novel With Fire and Sword by Henryk Sienkiewicz, depicting Poland's 1648-51 war against Khmelnytsky Uprising in Ukraine, and its sequels dealing with the invasion of Poland by Sweden - then a major military power - and with Polish wars against the Ottoman Empire. While written long before video games were invented, Sienkiewicz's plot lines - involving sweeping grand sagas of heroic warfare - are readily adapted to the modern medium.
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|In the ancient times, there were the Goddesses and the three races they created: the Dragons, the Orcs, and the Dumianas. In jealousy and fear that the Goddesses favored the Orcs and the
Dragons over the Dumianas, the Dumianas killed one of the Goddesses.
The death of the Goddess left Teos out of balance and a region unprotected.
Other Gods sought to take over Teos and created monsters to invade and destroy. The Nordein (Death Eaters) were created to help protect Teos from the monsters. When the dust settled, there were two new Goddesses overseeing Teos. The Dragons hid themselves from the world. The Orcs, driven nearly mad from the years of conflict, reverted back to a feral state. The remaining Dumianas were split into two factions; one for each Goddess. These two races, the Elves and the Vail, find themselves in constant conflict with each other. Age old tensions fuel their aggression. Soon after, the Humans joined forces with the Elves while the Nordein allied with the Vail creating two factions: The Alliance of Light and the Union of Fury. Not only battling the monsters that still roam the lands, these two sides wage a never ending war over the control of Teos.