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Achaea is a free to play browser game set in a fantasy world. Lots of great features and endless opportunities, so it's always interesting. There are a lot of other players, so it's your time to rule the world and become the best. Take part in a ruthless combat, study the economy, earn gold and many other activities. You can even become a pirate which means you can navigate the oceans with a ship. There are developments and new events very often, so pay attention and don't miss out.
(69 votes, average: 4.64 out of 5)
9 comments on “Achaea”
Achaea started off as basically a clone of Avalon after Sarapis (one of the gods in Avalon) decided to start his own world. I tried it for a number of years but the automated combat and contrived rigid roleplay rules made it awkward for me. Always wanted to be into it since Jesters looked cool but not cool enough to get over the bad points.
Make no mistake, this is a fully fledged MMO. The game goes wide and deep with a plethora of things to do, people to interact with, and skills to learn. We look forward to seeing you in game!
Hands-down the best text-based RPG. The learning curve is steep, but the number of things you end up being able to do is enormous. Aside from the depth of immersion, Achaea features gritty, realistic and often grim parts of fantasy that I personally think have been largely absent from the RPG genre since TES II: Daggerfall. Achaea doesn't wow by graphics like most well-regarded RPGs, but that also makes sure the game doesn't "go out of style" once those graphics become obsolete. This a game you realistically can play over the course of fifteen years and not get sick. Highly recommended.
I've been playing Achaea since 2003. Deep lore, active staff, complex system, and a world that's moved and shaked by the struggle of player-run factions.
A must play.
I have spent more than half my life playing Achaea and I still love it.
Achaea has brought me endless hours of joy since 1996. I highly recommend it!
First started playing this game around 2003, took a break in 2007 and returned in 2012. The constantly developed world continues to excite and amaze, customer support is very switched on and the depth of gameplay is breathtaking.
Played for many years. Highly involved staff of both professionals and volunteers that give the players a real opportunity to make an impact on the game.
Played since childhood... It has grown and matured more than I have