Mirage Realms MMORPG

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About this game

Mirage Realms is a free to play MMORPG being created by an independent developer in the UK. The game is currently in the early access, with the focus at the moment being on core engine features and experimentation. So far some of the highlights...

- Several unique classes to choose from
- Each class has a large number of spells
- Equip 3 spells at a time for your build
- Train different skills to become better at using different types of weapons
- No level limit
- Over 100 unique monsters to fight across many different zones
- Monsters have unique attacks and spells to pose different challenges
- Engage in PVP with other players
- Loot hundreds of items with dynamically generated stats
- Craft runes, arrows or potions to use or sell
- Hunt in parties of up to 6 players for extra experience and loot
- Unlock outfits and appearance customisations
- Compete for a place in the leaderboards
- Engage in large wars with other players
- No pay to win microtransactions or cosmetics, ever

The game is still heavily in development and is aiming for a v1 release at the end of 2021. For news and updates of the game's development, please visit our website / developer blog:


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Updated on
Oct 14, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

4.14K reviews
Brian Lindsay
February 21, 2022
Good gameplay. It's got a Zelda like feel to it. It seems fun. There are a few draw backs. Like starting off is a drag. You move slow and can't talk to anyone until you're level 2. So you can't ask for help in chat when you're a newb. There's no sense of direction. No quest markers telling you where to go. The tutorial shows you the controls and that's it. Everything else is up to you to learn.
52 people found this review helpful
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May 24, 2023
It's fundamentally a decent game but with a lot of problems. Characters are objectively too slow. I shouldn't spend half my time in the game walking around, especially considering it's a low-bit game. There are also some balancing issues with skill xp. If you want to use premium items you have to boost the entire realm. A *neat* idea, but I found almost no value added by using them, while high lv (100-200) players praised me in DMs. Dev needs to prioritize function and fun gameplay.
6 people found this review helpful
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Kevin Hanna
May 27, 2023
I really like this game. The combat really feels like an old RPG where you would just click enemy's or like Diablo, hold the left click to auto attack. In this game, you tap once to auto attack and then are free to maneuver and use other spells. Killing monsters that used to squash me is satisfying, finding good loot feels pretty common so far and I'm always changing up my gear. I wish it had sound and another guy to help with the 8 bit art. The hood looks like a hairstyle from the side.
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What's new

Patch changes:
- Fix for ban UI displaying incorrectly
- Fix for some monsters healing indefinitely

Version changes:
- Targeting a stack of creatures will prioritise skulled players
- Creatures will no longer heal indefinitely if they are being used to train
- Rods are no longer candidates for nature damage enchants
- Number formatting displays correctly in Arabic languages
- Various fixes and improvements for other platforms