Realm Explorer will be a computer game about creation in the fantasy universe of Gnostaria; your creations. In perhaps the most dynamic sandbox world yet to be conceived you will be able to dig the soil and mine ore, precious metals and gems all in a beautiful and dynamic 3D world. The terrain will shape and form to your actions. Drive a shovel into the ground and watch the earth give way. Heave your pickaxe into a cave wall and see the stone disintegrate before you; revealing the treasure beneath. Go on adventures alone or with friends via internet multiplayer and craft weapons, armor, tools and other items. How you play is up to you. The possibilities are limitless.
Ever since the first footage of this game got released, I've thought that it had great potential. Now that I have gotten my hands on the Alpha, I am sure about this. If I look at it correctly, I can tell that in the realm explorer as how it's planned to be in the future, you can do whatever you please to do whenever you want to do it. If we look at future plans, we can tell that server administrators have endless possibilities to shape their realm. Settings will allow you to create your ideal realm. For players who like to join other realms instead, there will be tons of options, as everyone is able to host his or her own realm.
I have seen that the developers are working on this game a lot, this is why I am certain that it will go into the right direction.
All I can say is that I can't wait to see this game progress.
Ok, this is an alpha. It shows promise. It has multi as well as single player. BUT...
When trying to create single player world I was suddenly requested to get microsoft .NET 4.5 framework. Why is dependencies not installed with the game?
The UI do not scale very well. I played in 720p Window (recording purposes) and the text was extreeemly small and barly readable. BUT on the other hand the intro screen, graphics of the floating island (as well as music) was very good indeed.
I did not have an account so I went for single player. This however turned out to be a let down. When I finally had a test world generated and a guy standing in it there was not much to do there. The world was ok looking but extremly barren. I could use pick axe and shovel but there was no visable evidence of me doing anything. I got the material and such but that was it. The sound worked but also that was very "un alive" so to speak.
As far as I see it this is a prototype of concept. Nothing more. It might be more in the future. FAR into the future. I'll keep an eye at it during the mean time. But for now: do NOT spend any money on this project which you can not afford to be without. At present time you will not get a game. Keep this in mind!
It's got a long way to go, is too overpriced for its current stage in development and you can't do much more except mine and build in a very bland, basic world. I don't think they should be charging $9.99 this early on. I sincerely hope that the next few patches bring this game to life, but I can only rate what I currently see which is... not much at all, actually.
For a demonstration though it looks extremely promising. The game as it is would be better off as a demo. It has massive potential, potential enough I believe to pioneer the next generation of Minecraft-like games. Definitely keep an eye on this game, even if it does need a lot of work at the moment.
Awesome! I liked wurm online and this games looks a lot like it and better but I did not the MMO part and how the world is build in wurm but this is more like minecraft + wurm + skyrim for the rpg elements the best things of the world together! Can't wait for the full release!
I don't know what to say... Based on the screenshots and video i was expecting a playable game and not some kind of minecraft-like square shaped world without npcs, objects, anything much to do. Long way ahead before this becomes anything close to a game... I agree that this can be anything at this point.
Good game, with lots of promise. The developer seems to be working on it
hard, for now, with lots of regular updates. This game has great potential if the developers follow through with their promises. I'll probably have to re-rate it later on when it gets better.