Tree of Life

Tree of Life

INTRODUCTION

Tree of Life: Beginning of a Journey is a fantasy MMORPG developed by Odd One Games based in Korea. Tree of Life is a fantasy-themed sandbox MMORPG where players can explore a massive, dynamic world. In Tree of Life, the weather, environment, as well as the dungeons changes over time. Players can plant seeds, develop forests or cut down trees to expand their land. Also, players can team up with their friends online to construct various buildings to collectively develop a small village or even a large country.
THIS GAME IS:

GAME INFO

  • Publisher: Oddone Games
  • Developer: Oddone Games
  • Distribution: Steam
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Platform: PC
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • File Size: 1GB
  • PvP: Yes

FEATURES

  • Dynamic Massive world – ‘Tree of Life’ is a Sandbox MMO Survival Game with the characteristics of a traditional RPG. Players are put on an unfamiliar continent and will experience the fun of survival, settling, development and competition.
  • Dynamic Weather System – The world of ‘Tree of Life’ changes with the passing of time and based on every action of the players. This will be a new kind of experience compared to the worlds in already existing online games.
  • Build a Kingdom – Anywhere in the world you are free to construct buildings and you can use the functional abilities of it with other players. By partnering with other players to create villages, make a few small ones into a large country could form into. You could become the mayor, or the king of a country.

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SCREENSHOTS

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Tree of Life Minimum System Requirements
OS: Window 7
Processor: Core 2 Duo
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 512MB Video Memory, Shader Model 3.0
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space

3 Comments:

  1. That is one good looking gameplay. Can’t wait for this

  2. I saw this game on Kickstarter but I don’t think they made their funding goal, is there any news if they will continue to develop this game? I really don’t think they realize how the western market itches for this kind of game, they just need the right kind of exposure to attract more global gamers imo.

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