Resolved City of Steam goes into closed beta test

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by nastu, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. macrumors newbie


    Sep 20, 2012
    City of Steam is a great 3D browser-based MMORPG developed by China-based Mechanist Games. Based on Unity and set in the industrial age, the game displays a fantasy style, and boasts the graphics that are comparable with those of client-driven MMOs. Many things like the control over the game scene' size, the perspective change, the lighting effects and the map details catch players' eyes firmly. By the way, City of Steam beta key is given away at

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  2. macrumors newbie

    Oct 11, 2011
    Looks very nice.City of Steam is one of my favorite mmo game. Here is my review.

    City Of Steam is a steampunk MMORPG developed by China-based Mechanist Games. Set in the industrial age, the game features fast-paced hack n slash actions, 3D graphics for web browsers, as well as dungeon-based raids. In the game, players are able to choose one of four classes and nine races to slay monsters, perform quests, and join a team or guild to engage in a series of activities.

    City of Steam brings people to the most dangerous adventures into tens of forgotten regions around the central city. With the same rusty colors prevailing in the game, each region has its unique monsters that generate a unique atmosphere. These regions may have many gates, but you wont get out without collecting keys through a correct means. If you dont accept quests in an expected sequence, you will break into these hells unknowingly and lose yourself therein until an open door is found among its numerous gates. And this blind intrusion is not related to any XP or level enhancement, only costing all of your potions.

    This is a 3D game running on browsers, so inevitably there are some disconnected moments. But generally, the game runs pretty steadily, leaving you no time to scan the explanation texts at the entrance of a dungeon. The whole gaming world is a grand system of brickwork, woodwork and stonework, but most of the objects are air-slake in a comfortable way. Besides tigers, bears, apes and wild dogs, some of the monsters are both dirty and mysterious, like rats, ash worms, water worms, potato ladybird. As a contrast, bad humans among these evil creatures are sensuously beautiful; the tiny amount of shillings earned is a pile of happily shinning colors, even the battling noise rings pleasantly to the ear.

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