9th Dawn RPG Free Demo
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Huge open world to explore
- Three classes to choose among
- Lots of items, equipment and weaponry
- Retro-style graphics
- Controls should be enhanced
+ By Valorware
9th Dawn RPG is an old-style RPG game set in a huge open world
Sword masters, dungeon crawlers or spells casters, no matter who you are, or what you want to be: there's place enough for everyone in Montelome, the large open world of 9th Dawn RPG. Fans of the genre will love this title since it comes with all the elements that defines role-playing games like leveling up system, items, spells, classes (Knight, Archer and Mage) with unique skills, quests, treasures and an unexplored world full of dangers and mystery.
9th Dawn is set in 2D retro graphics that reminds Ultima or Tibia. However, this isn't a MMORPG but RPG, at least so far. It ensures hours of dialogues, lots of quests and weaponry and equipment enough to satisfy even the more demanding players. However, have in mind that the game's still in beta and its developer (Valorware) needs your support to keep enhancing it.
It came up in two flavors: a free version limited to Agaria Village and with ads; and an ad-free full version with no restrictions. Highly recommendable.
Explore the large island continent of Montelorne, a land far detached from the mainland, but filled with mystery, danger, and last but not least, adventure. You begin your journey in the small village of Agaria, but once you gain your bearings, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of its own.
Play as one of three of the traditional classes: The sturdy knight, skilled in the art of combat and possessing the ability to wield heavy armour and weapons; the nimble archer, capable of swiftly dispatching a foe from afar or up close with his daggers; the wise mage, master of the elements and capable of utilizing powerful magic spells and summoning abilities to obliterate the enemy.
Whether it's searching for hidden artifacts and treasure, helping the troubled Montelornians with the rising undead armies, or simply exploring the massive world and its many towns, dungeons, and forests, there is no shortage of fun for a bold adventurer to partake of!
NOTE: There is currently no built in way to transfer your character from the free version to the full version. If you have a rooted device, it is possible and there are numerous methods for doing it. Some users on our forum have done this, so you can post there for instructions on how to do so.
This is the free demo version of the game! If you enjoy it, please check out the full version!
If you previously had the tech demo installed, this version of the demo is completely new and has content from the full version of the game. We encourage you to update your demo and try it again!
This game requires around 130MB of available RAM to play. If you do not have the required amount of available memory, the game may crash (at startup or in game), display a black screen, or have no graphics because there isn't enough memory to load them. There is nothing we can really do about this, since this is how much memory is necessary to load the media and content of the game.
Coming late 2013:
We are currently building a new game engine for our next entry in the 9th Dawn series: Remnants of Caspartia. We expect the engine to be in good working order sometime in October and will be remaking the original (this game) in it and releasing that as a free update! That means no more bugs, new features, new content, more options, and possibly multiplayer! Stay tuned for more!
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Awesome game love the old school feel. No issues with controls. Will buy full version
OK so first mission. My character is in full armor. I go to the cave... Get instantly killed by 2 rats. Can't even move backward while swinging my sword. What is wrong with this games???
Game is wicked stupid
I've played many classic RPG's but this game is like a very cheap merge of all of them and then they took out the good stuff. Immersion is poor, visuals are horrible. Even the very old games when they were limited technologically they had an artful beauty
Too bad it's a demo.
Great potential but not to hyped about the price.call me cheap skate but I'm not prone to pay for games if their not outstanding.