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Platform(s): PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Developer: NDOORS Interactive
Release Date: Q4 2009

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'WonderKing' - Screens

by Rainier on July 9, 2009 @ 5:12 p.m. PDT

WonderKing is a free-to-play MMO offering the ability to acquire tools, weapons and mounts from the item mall, challenge the demonic forces of Valron in real-time combat, and strive to become the Wonderking who'll bring light to the shadows of darkness.

WonderKing is a 2D, side-scrolling MMORPG that takes players on an adventurous journey with story-by-story quests, much like a fantasy novel. Along the way, players will travel from beautiful beaches to murky marshlands and frigid snowfields as they battle to save the world. Don’t let the lack of a third dimension fool you, as this game is a highly developed unconventional MMORPG that is designed for gamers of all skill level.

Key Features:

  • Home Town System: Players can personally decorate a private room where they can rest and store items and trophies.
  • Pet System: Adorable, loyal AI animals will aid in hunting, item collecting, and other tasks.
  • Class Change: The game allows players to focus their character’s abilities and change between classes to learn powerful techniques (mage, swordsman, thief, and scout).
  • Mounts and Vehicles: Get moving with a variety of vehicles to ride and animals to mount, providing boosts to attack and defense.
  • Castle Battles: Engage in PvP battles using siege warfare across castles.
  • Crafting and Cooking: Weapons, food, and potions can be made to give players an edge in battle.

Designed for gamers of all ages, WonderKing is set in a vibrantly colorful world and features some of the most uniquely creative character designs and gorgeous graphics in any game. As with all of NDOORS’ titles, the game is 100% free-to-play.

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