Atlantica Online

Added February 1, 2010  

Added Under STRATEGY, MMORPG | International | Live: October 30, 2008
# PC
Atlantica Online
GameTags: nexon, ndoors, instance-based, fantasy, turn-based rpg

Info: Atlantica Online is a strategic turn-based MMORPG that combines innovative combat with character/party development and city/country management. Players take on the quest to destroy the Oriharukon, a powerful energy sensor from the lost civilization of Atlantis that survived and is now endangering humanity. This journey will take players around the globe, to locations like the Great Wall of China and the pyramids of Egypt, and they will come face-to-face with monsters ripped from history and lore, such as the ruthless Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu and Dracula.

Key Features:
• Turn-based Combat System — Atlantica returns to the roots of traditional RPGs and incorporates classic turn-based gameplay, while combining movement elements for deep strategic action. Players must think quickly as to how to maneuver multiple characters in a limited amount of time.

• Mercenary System — Atlantica allows players to manage multiple characters simultaneously. Have up to 8 mercenaries join you in battle, devising new tactics and mercenary manipulations that will expose your enemy’s weaknesses.

• PvP Battles — The Free Leagues and Challenges offer ample opportunities for players to take on other players in the field of combat. Party with others and enjoy insane PvP of 27 vs. 27 characters.
Guild System — Form a guild with other players and take control of a town, say London. Ally with other guilds to form a nation, and then declare war on other nations.

• Mentor System — Take a new adventurer under your wing, helping to build new friendships and strengthening camaraderie during your search for Atlantis.

• Economic System — The free market reigns, with players’ prices determined by supply and demand.

• Free-to-Play — Atlantica Online offers a “full-scale” MMORPG without a subscription fee or upfront cost.

• Crafting — An immersive system that entails a multitude of raw materials and diverse crafting skills can have players producing a wide variety of items, from weapons to magic books.

Model: F2P
Status: Live [ October 30, 2008 ]
Subgenre: Turn-Based RPG

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Version: International
Developer: NDOORS Interactive
Publisher: Nexon
Release Date(s): Closed Beta – July 15, 2008 | Open Beta – July 28, 2008 | Launch – October 30, 2008
Language(s): English
Platform(s): PC
System Requirements:

  • Specifications
  • Operating System
  • Processor
  • RAM
  • Hard Drive
  • Graphics Card
  • Minimum
  • Windows XP/Vista
  • Intel P4 1 GHz
  • 512MB
  • 15GB
  • GeForce 5700
  • Recommended
  • Windows 7/8
  • Intel P4 2.0 GHz or better
  • 1GB
  • 20GB
  • GeForce 7600 or better
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    Atlantica Online, 3.8 out of 5 based on 24 ratings
    • Played it for 1 hour or something…bored me to hell.No action ….

    • g13

      The best mmorpg ever made!! The best PvP system – it isnt only pushing 1,2,3,4,5 button to activate skills – you must have good tactics, strategy and team.

    • nothikikomori

      seriously? 9 characters? isn't that too much, i never play a rpg that require me to control more then 6 characters before

      • Gae Bolg

        9 character is a little too much, but it works

    • Excelsior

      Yea, this is not an action game. This game require a real strategy before u start a battle. The choosing of mercenary, their position in ranks, and their turn to action, think carefully before u make an action. But I'm kind of agree with anyone said that this game is a little boring.

    • DelpihLucky

      Support in this game is horrid. The game itself has bugs over 2 years old and the list of bugs is growing. NDoors focuses ONLY on Item Mall and people atm are leaving in droves since they made a new merc that is Item Mall only. (Costs $70 – 100 USD for the merc depending on howmany of the required books you want). I would avoid this game unless you have a LOT of cash to burn.

    • Zombie

      Game moved to Nexon, somehow shittier now.