Land of Dreams, Codename: Waterloo

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We want to create a classical Live-MMORPG you can play on your smartphone (in the first step only “Windows Phone” will be supported) with the basic idea of Ultima Online or similiar games in our mind. You can create one or more characters, choose some name, gender, basic a...



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