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TMC Player Reviews: New Worlds


Review Submitted By: Artam
Author Status: Player
Started on New Worlds: About 5 years ago.
Submission Date: Feb 9, 2009
TMC Listing: New Worlds

The following review is the opinion of the review's author [Artam] and in no way represents the opinions of this website or its staff.

I personally have played New Worlds for about five years. With the
recent 'coming out of beta' I thought a review would be in order.

I feel that the game is very solid. It has a good mindset to it and
an even better staff. If you have a question, the staff will know the
answer. From my knowledge, the staff members once played the game or
they still do so basically, they have firsthand experience. If there
is something you do not know, ask them and they will direct you in the
right direction.

The game play is amazing. It has guilds, it has religions, it has
clans, it has basically everything I would want in a MUD. The other
wonderful thing about this game is that the blind can play it as well.
They have certain blind settings within the game to make it much
easier for them to play.

With the thought of the guilds, clans, and religions, the leveling
and such in the beginning is relatively easy but later down the road,
it gets more difficult. You can just join this game and be a high
level within a day. This game takes time to play. The 'immigrancy to
guild' concept is something I am very fond of.

Immigrancy is basically a trial of what your character can do
minimally. After you completed immigrancy, you have to roleplay
yourself into a guild. The roleplay is somewhat complex at times but
at others, you could just walk into the 'tavern' and just start a
conversation making it simple.

Another note I would like to point out are quests. They are not just
given to you, you have to find the quests. Some quests are simple but
others take some time to complete. Also, there is no quest log so you
dont have to specifically do the quest but it is something you need to
remember in order to complete it.

All in all, I find this game very intriguing and well thought out.
Thank you Andrew A.K.A. The Cook(the admin) for making such a
wonderful game.

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