The cult classic open-ended wilderness survival roguelike RPG taking place in the ancient North. Throughout the years, UnReal World has been praised for its incredible depth, realism, atmosphere and immersion. Lose yourself in the most intricate, detailed and enchanting iron-age game world.
First I was overwhelmed by the simple graphics and a lack of feedback from the game. After few hours of learning the ropes, quite a number of key shortcuts and reading the forums I was nose deep in this very complex game-portrait of a pre-industrial Ugro-Finnish like society. After many hours of cursing, sweating, fighting (and murdering), tracking, crafting and grinding my skills I can say that this game is a very peculiar master-piece deserving several hours of seemingly steep learning curve. Kudos to the developer cherishing this jewel for so many years. I hope he will be able to spent many years yet on improving and implementing everything he wants in this game.
If only this was a multiplayer. Well, maybe in five years, I'll keep my hope.
Highest Rated (7 agree) 9/10
I am following that game since a few years. And to be honest, it evolved a lot lately (in the good direction) and is always a pleasure to discover what new things have been added after a few calm months. It is one of the most in depth survival games around (not the zombie style, but the one were you are sent into wilderness with nothing but a knife and have to find a way to make your own food, fire, clothes, house...). I love the fact too that it is based on the real finnish medieval era, with an…
Feb 16 2012 by vfabien21