Massively multiplayer online role-playing games
Massive multiplayer online role-playing games are games where a huge amount of player assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting.
List of Massively multiplayer online role-playing games
This is a list of free/libre massively multiplayer online role-playing games:
Crossfire is a Massively multiplayer online role-playing game created by Frank Tore Johansen. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License. Mark Wedel is the current maintainer of the project.
|Deliantra||2012-02-06 (client), 2010-03-31 (server)||MMORPG, RPG|
|Iris2 3D Client - for Ultima Online||2011-05-06||RPG|
Iris 2.0 is a highly customizable cross-platform open-source 2D/3D client for playing the MMORPG "Ultima Online" (tm) on Freeshards. Iris2 uses the Ogre3D engine and Lugre, a middleware to use the Lua scripting language.
Iris2 has reached a playable state, but development continues.
Peragro Tempus will be a free multiplayer online role-playing game with a persistent world, which evolves according to nature and its inhabitants (players and NPCs). It has been in development since 2005, and is being built by a dedicated group of volunteers. Peragro Tempus is written in C++.
Ryzom is MMORPG game.
|The Mana World||2016-05-12||MMORPG|
The Mana World is a 2D MMORPG in development, licensed entirely under the GPL, including the server software, the server data, and the client data. The server uses a fork of eAthena called tmwAthena.
There are currently plans to switch to the Hercules server which is widely used, and has more features than the current server.
The Mana World developers currently recommend using the ManaPlus client, which is developed separately from the server. The latest client release is ManaPlus version 18.104.22.168. Manaplus is also licensed GPL.
- Crossfire license page
- Historical information
- Client article
- Iris2 developers list
- LICENSING file in it's SVN repository
- COPYING for tmwAthena
- COPYING for the server data
- COPYING for the client data
- Downloads - TheManaWorld
- changelog - ManaPlus wiki
- ManaPlus's source's copyright file at the Debian packages list