How did you discover UnReal World?

Topic: How did you discover UnReal World? -- 10 choice poll  (Read 19409 times)


« Reply #45 on: March 17, 2019, 10:27:30 PM »
I found it on a DVD that came with a german pc magazine in 2014 or 2015. In the beginning I had a hard time to cope with the keyboard driven gameplay, but I could not let it go, for there was - and still is - so much to discover in natures course, and life is so true.
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« Reply #46 on: March 31, 2019, 03:12:51 PM »
Found UrW on a BBS site, it sounds likes something nostalgic in early 90s. But no, it was in 2013.
UrW was v3.16 then IIRC. It was free to roast your dead Daddy on start-up lol.

I was enchanted with the opening theme music, and a game of Suomenusko background is totally something fresh to me.
Unreal World, hunting or being hunted. It's so simple and there're nothing much to do comparing to MINECraft of TES.
Yet I plays UrW more. Not a hero/lord in his mansion or castle, but a tribal vagabond just suits me.

BTW it's suprised to see that Ainu, indigenous people of northern Far East (mainly Sakhalin, RUS and Hokkaido, JP), use something similar to Käpälälauta as fox traps.
Amazing coincidence even though there're 7000+ kilometers apart from each other.

Thanks Sami, Erkka and people of Finland.


« Reply #47 on: August 26, 2019, 03:26:58 PM »
It was one of the first indie/free games for linux ubuntu 10 on the ubuntu software manager in game section ... I did not play it for 1 year now, but I often feel the urge to go into the woods, my heart wants to return north as far as it was by the means of computer role play :)