Furcadia PC

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  1. Jun 25, 2015
    10
    With the world based almost entirely on user-made areas, there's always new things to see and do here. That focus makes for a community fullWith the world based almost entirely on user-made areas, there's always new things to see and do here. That focus makes for a community full of very creative people too, which makes it a great place to hang out! Expand
  2. Jul 17, 2011
    9
    Underrated quality little MMO that presents one of the most engrossing social elements I have ever experienced in an online game. As odd asUnderrated quality little MMO that presents one of the most engrossing social elements I have ever experienced in an online game. As odd as that sounds for a game that looks so simple! Proof that something doesn't have to be complex or flashy to be brilliant ^^ Expand
  3. Nov 18, 2013
    8
    Free graphical isometric chat-room "RPG" with occasional roleplaying. No inventory, no stats, no gold. Just chat and dream-creating whichFree graphical isometric chat-room "RPG" with occasional roleplaying. No inventory, no stats, no gold. Just chat and dream-creating which is fun you can create your own maps and upload them. I used to play when I was a kid, then returned recently and it's an AFK wasteland, with the exception of one dream that I know of. Nevertheless, I can't bring myself to uninstall it, so I must give it a good review, since there's something I can still find to like about it. The community attracts a lot of artistic people (deviantart) and hobbiest programers. Expand