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Skyripper

Skyripper
  • Release Date: Dec. 18th, 2012 (CBT)
  • Publisher: Voomga
  • Developer: Voomga
  • Genre: MMORPG
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Skyripper is a new free browser-based fantasy MMORPG inspired by Chinese mythology. From the art style to the in-game soundtrack, the game wraps the point-and-click gameplay with different clothing.

Skyripper

The game offers four different classes including Berserker (the only melee fighter with high defense and HP), Archer, Dancer (like magician) and Monk, which you can choose from at Lv. 9. As in most Asian titles, the level-up is simply effortless before you reach Lv. 30. A few clicks on the quest dialogue as well as auto-routing and auto-combat will take you to that high. The quest text is written badly and translated even worse, while the quest types are mainly around killing, talking and collecting. Compared to other browser games of this type, it is similar at the core and only way too easier to play.

Sailing through levels get you access to more game contents. You can get a fox as pet pretty early, travel with a floating cloud under feet, wear better costumes, learn new skills, explore dungeons with different difficulty levels, forge weapons, party-up to take on bosses in instances, join guild, take part in activities, and challenge other players to a duel. Combat is supposed to be one of the most exciting elements in the game. Yet when the auto-combat seems to have worked out more efficiently than you personally take control, half of the fun in battling out even in a dungeon is lost, though the fighting scenes look cool.

In-game graphics and characters are designed in a cartoony style. Probably because of the cute backdrop, the game adds one special effect into the battle scene, that is, pink petals popping out all over the screen in heart shapes. These falling petals make the battleground more crowded and chaotic while generating a weird feeling of inconsistency. If you look for another new feature, that should be the escorting mission, which doesn’t ask you to fight enemies during a journey but requires you to press the arrow keys like when you play the dancing-themed games.

Skyripper offers you a free trial of VIP status at a short period of time, during which you can enjoy a little privilege like instant teleport to the destination. But if you really want to get the real treat, you have to pay for the advantages from instantly finishing a grinding quest to riding on an adorable mount instead of a cloud.

Skyripper is not a really brand new experience. It is cuter than most fantasy titles in the browser market, but doesn’t bring any innovative features to change its core.

Skyripper Screenshots:

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