Salem


Salem is a free-to-play crafting MMORPG developed by Seatribe and Mortal Moments, Inc. Players will experience an enormous open-world colonial setting where creation is the goal and all the necessary materials are for the taking – and permanent death is a real possibility.

Players must navigate their way through the wilderness in order to gather materials and craft everything from clothes and food to inspirational items, which are necessary to learn new skills such as self-defense or literacy. Successful crafting of certain items progresses masteries, which open up new crafting possibilities such as houses and settlements. Players will also have to keep an eye on the four main attribute bars that include blood, flem, black bile, and yellow bile. Each attribute is used for different tasks, such as black bile being used while learning or studying new skills.

Open-world PVP is available, along with the need to kill certain animals to eat and gain necessary resources. If a player dies, that character is permanently gone, although an alternate character can be created and the original character’s learned skills can be transferred to the alternate.

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Additional Information

Title

Salem

Developer
John Carver
Publisher
Mortal Moments
Release Date
June 19, 2015
Genre
MMORPG
Platform
Windows (Client)
Please note this free-to-play game may or may not offer optional in-game purchases.

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Minimum System Requirements (Windows)

OS

Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7

Memory

2 GB

Storage

3 GB

Processor

Celeron E1500 Dual-Core 2.2GHz or Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4800+

Graphics

GeForce GT 330 or Radeon HD 6530D

Additional Notes

Specifications may change during development

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User Reviews (3)

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Trenix 6 years ago
Paradox gave up on it and gave it to Seatribe. Seatribe couldn't handle working on two games at the same time because they were only two crappy developers so they gave it to Mortal Moments Inc. Like the previous crappy developers, Mortal Moments' developers are just as bad. For simply making a suggestion on the forums they broke my character permanently with no warnings provided. Never have I experienced such abusive developers within a game before. There is no professionalism there...

To add onto this, the mechanics are overly complicated for their own good. The game is more of a grind than it is entertaining. Everything feels outdated that I can guarantee you'd find better games on your N64. The gaming industry simply has no room for unprofessional morons, this game should even be mentioned here. There is a reason why Paradox no longer wanted to continue with it. The game is flat out garbage.

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justmonkeying 6 years ago
a multiplayer version of CIV?

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