Adventure Landby Aethyna May 6, 2018 | 1 Votes | 1 Played | 0 Reviews 7 rate Featuring graphics that look like they come straight from the old Pokemon games, Adventure Land is an idle RPG simulator that gives you the tools to create the code needed for idly grinding away at mobs just so you can level up, explore higher-level areas of the world and earn gold to upgrade your weapons. Play Now Similar Games Played
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Featuring graphics that look like they come straight from the old Pokemon games, Adventure Land is more like an idle RPG simulator than an idle RPG because the game gives you the tools to create the code needed for idly grinding away at mobs just so you can level up, explore higher-level areas of the world and earn gold to upgrade your weapons. The game even allows you to set up a merchant account where you can sell the loot you get from your main character.
To start playing, you just need to go through a very easy sign-up process. Once done, you’ll then need to create your character. You get to choose one of 6 classes, namely warrior, mage, priest, rogue, ranger and merchant, choose a gender and create a username. You can actually play more than one character per account so you can always return and pick another character if you want.
Now, as mentioned in the summary, the Merchant class in this game is very unique. It functions more like a “shop” character that you can leave alone (24/7 if you like) to sell off the loot you’ve collected from your other characters. Best yet, the merchant levels up solely through trade (making sales) and basically makes up the player economy aspect of the game. Of course, there are still NPC vendors that you can stuff from, but if you want uncommon or rare items, merchants are the people you’ll want to approach.
However, to set up a stall with a merchant, you’ll need to have at least 40k gold to buy the stall. This is not a small amount of gold and I’m guessing this is a way for the game to prevent bots from farming gold and ruining the economy.
There is also a tutorial that you MUST (I can’t emphasize this enough) read before going in. If you don’t, you’ll find yourself at complete loss as to what you need to do since the game doesn’t have quests.
In terms of combat, Adventure Land makes it really simple. You just need to do a right click and your character will start attacking an enemy. You’ll use right click to interact with the many NPCs around the world as well. However, take note not to engage too many enemies at the same time – you will lose experience if you die and the game does penalize you so you can’t instantly respawn after death either.
If you do venture to try this game out, you may quickly realize something – “What’s the purpose of this game?” Well, basically, you’ll be farming your way to have enough gold and crafting materials to get better weapon upgrades and can craft better items, in addition to getting more experience points just so you can level up. In other words, the game’s entire purpose is for you to level up and progress from killing level 1 blobs to level 10 birds and so on.
Due to this repetitive nature of its gameplay, Adventure Land also has another trick up its sleeve – it intends to use this game as a form of teaching tool to help you learn a bit about coding (or coding macros as WoW players would call it). There’s already a template in place that you can use for your character to start auto-battle every enemy nearby within a specified level range and strength, as well as loot every item that drops from them. However, you may want to eventually tweak the code and customize it so you can handle tougher creatures in the later areas of the game world.
This is a critical aspect of the game mainly because farming the mobs manually may seem like an option at first, but after an hour or two, you may realize that it’s just not worth the effort. Might as well get a “bot” to do it for you… hence, the auto-battle and auto-looting codes. After AFK leveling for a while, you may want to head to town to check out new items or equip some of the loot you get to improve your character’s combat power.
Adventure Land is a freemium game and it does sell premium currency called Shells. These shells can get you access to nice little cosmetics, like a cute pet, possibly other pre-written macros, or better weapons and armor from the vendors. The game doesn’t really have PvP after all, so honestly, I think players in the game won’t mind the monetization.
Playing in Adventure Land means that you’ll be sharing a world with other players. I\m not really sure you can communicate with them or not, but you most definitely can interact with them or at least with their merchants. The game doesn’t have a lot of players though.
I particularly enjoy the graphics in this game. The art style is very nostalgic at least to me since it reminds me of the epic 90s games like Pokemon. By default, the music and the sound of the game are turned off for some reason. However, you can choose to turn it back on if you like. It may not be much but it sounds all right.
To sum everything up, Adventure Land is the sort of idle RPG that lets you code your own auto-battle macros, or at least modify the existing code. In addition to its brilliant graphics and nostalgic atmosphere, the game is designed to be played idly as it is grind-heavy. The game, however, can be quite difficult to figure out if you skipped the tutorial.
So, does this sound like a game you’d like to play, or at least try? If so, you can head on over to the Adventure Land website and check it out.