I say, doesn't this look a lot like Arcomage from MM7/8?

Because we play other games too.

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I say, doesn't this look a lot like Arcomage from MM7/8?

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Postby Ethric » Jun 8 2007, 7:54

How about a little more information? Maybe even a full sentence?
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Postby Gaidal Cain » Jun 8 2007, 8:34

Go play MM7 or 8, and maybe you'll understand.

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Postby Ethric » Jun 8 2007, 9:16

My point is that when starting a new thread about something, you should do more than just posting a link. We got a separate thread for posting random links to stuff.

So I took the liberty of altering the threads name to reflect what it is about.
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Postby Panda Tar » Jun 12 2007, 16:27

Ahh...that's a bad link! Really bad! It made me play instead of working!
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Postby Omega_Destroyer » Jun 12 2007, 16:50

It's like Acromage without the pretty graphics.
And the chickens. Those damn chickens.

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Postby vhilhu » Jun 12 2007, 18:26

Ethric wrote:How about a little more information? Maybe even a full sentence?
nah, that would be too predictable.
It's like Acromage without the pretty graphics.
WITH multiplayer, that sure made it up for me.
Ahh...that's a bad link! Really bad! It made me play instead of working!
as it says somewhere on the site: "onemorelevel.com - your daily loss of productivity".

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Postby jeff » Jun 13 2007, 1:21

Similar, but it was much nicer in MM7.
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Postby Orfinn » Jun 13 2007, 12:52

Cool but way to addictive game, stay clear! :D

Many small, funny games. I like Pacman the most, the first game I ever tried in my life at that was at my aunts hotel in a arcade hall :proud:

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Postby Panda Tar » Jun 15 2007, 15:24

vhilhu wrote: as it says somewhere on the site: "onemorelevel.com - your daily loss of productivity".
:shh:
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Postby Corribus » Jun 15 2007, 16:34

Excuse me, pandaboy, but sci-fi elements don't belong on a HoMM board. Please take it elsewhere. :devious:
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Any other similar games

Postby VendingGuy » Aug 29 2008, 23:00

Does anyone know of any other free games out there like ArcoMage. I love it but I am too cheap to pay the $14 for the game :-)

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Re: Any other similar games

Postby klaymen » Aug 30 2008, 13:35

VendingGuy wrote:I love it but I am too cheap to pay the $14 for the game :-)
You dont even know how lucky you are. I want to get full version of Arcomage, I am willing to pay for it, but I can't buy it due to fact I live in Slovak Republic (yes, territory based distribution sucks).
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Re: Any other similar games

Postby Avonu » Aug 30 2008, 20:00

VendingGuy wrote:Does anyone know of any other free games out there like ArcoMage. I love it but I am too cheap to pay the $14 for the game :-)
As far as I know, there is Multiplayer Arcomage project which allow play game nearly similar to Arcomage online.
I don't know how it is with copyrights.

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Postby Suleman » Aug 30 2008, 22:16

This flash game lacks most if not all of the things that made Arcomage so addictive. What a shame. :sad:
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Postby darknessfood » Aug 31 2008, 22:18

AYE, it may not be advanced like Arcomage. But all the basics are there, and that's what make Arcomage...euhm... Arcomage :D!
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Postby PhoenixReborn » Aug 31 2008, 22:32

I didn't think Arcomage in mm7 was very advanced. In fact it was pretty limited...I guess I'm used to games like Magic.

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Postby Kristo » Sep 1 2008, 2:22

FWIW, Arcomage was originally just a mini-game within a game. Magic won the Mensa Select award. It's pretty hard to compete with that.
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Postby PhoenixReborn » Sep 1 2008, 2:37

What you say is true...I just don't understand the love for Acromage...it could easily have been a little more complex...or at least the online version (which I haven't looked at) could certainly be.

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Postby Ethric » Sep 1 2008, 16:00

It's nostalgia.
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