Free 3d MMORPG's?

United States
January 26, 2008 6:40pm CST
Does anyone know of any free 3d MMORPG's (preferrably without a download or a short download)?
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@Kenorv (344)
• United States
2 Feb 08
Anarchy Online has a lot of free content. Not all of it is free but you can get to level 200 for free. But it is a big download though.
@Araiya (61)
• United States
7 Feb 08
That is true: It is a fairly large download, but the free content is growing and growing. I'm on a paid account, and I'm actually going back to do the free content because it's actually not bad. You can even upgrade the account in the future to add on the Shadowlands expansion for just $5 a month now, since it's a new option (Or, alternately, go full bore, and upgrade to Shadowlands, Alien Invasion and Lost Eden for $15 a month).
@Xeniba (26)
• United States
8 Feb 08
i know of 2 great free web browser RPG's that are updated weekly Adventure Quest - its their first game and its still god DragonFable - this is their second game which is a insane improve, the first and second game have parralel stories that are updated weekly Mech Quest - they made this game just recently and its still in beta, i havent tried it much yet but it looks rad those will all play in your browser for free, forever with absolutely no download enjoy!
• United States
31 Jan 08
there is a classic called runescape that everybody has to play at some point in their life. used to play it quite a bit myself
• United States
29 Jan 08
There is a 3d MMORPG game called Seafight and it doesn't require a download.
27 Jan 08
Since you say MMORPG, I assume you mean something turn-based like an adventure style game. Try Dream of Mirror Online, Fly For Fun (Flyff for short), or even Gunz Online. There are a few really high quality Pirate and Conquest games out there, too, if you look hard enough.
@gantwick (849)
• United States
27 Jan 08
I think most of them require some kind of download in order to play. I'm not sure how big the download is, but Dungeon Runners is fun (and very tongue-in-cheek - when you start out you might find yourself equipped with tissue paper armor and a sword made of cardboard).