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  1. Endyr - play together! (or die alone) I'd like to introduce my HTML5 survival game called "Endyr". It features all of the following (and more): Realtime battles (use fists, swords, bows, throw knifes or axes, bombs, ...)Damage model (hit head/body/arms/legs with pierce/slash/fire/electro/etc.)Grid-based inventory (supporting bags-in-bags, bottles for liquids)Crafting (mine ore, melt to ingots, harvest wood, forge weapons)Inventing (use tools, workbenches and skills to create powerful items)Farming (grow plants, harvest food, cook dinner)Housing (build your house, put furniture in, get a pet)P
  2. Hi there, For the past few years, a friend and I have been developing an HTML5 online RPG called Conclave. You can play it (and get more info) at playconclave.com. In style, it's meant to capture the experience of playing a tabletop RPG like D&D or Pathfinder: there's an overarching story in our original fantasy setting, and quests are a mix of turn-based combats on battlemaps and text-based story decisions. You can play either solo or co-op. When you're in a co-op party, you can adventure in real time or take your turns separately whenever you have a free moment during the day. W
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