Lips of Suna is a tongue-in-cheek online dungeon crawl set in an imaginative fantast world with an action RPG-like gameplay.
The game that takes place in the chaotic dungeons of Suna. The five intelligent races of the world descend to the dungeons with their goal to save the world from a conclusive disaster.
In your journey to the depths of the dungeons, you will, among other things, have to fight creatures of different varieties, solve quests, explore new places, and craft custom items. Luckily you don’t need to do all this alone since you can crawl the dungeons with your friends.
- Witty storyline.
- Cooperative online.
- Number of players online simultaneously less than 30.
- Features permanent death and other hardcore rules.
- Continuous game world that utilizes the third dimension heavily.
- Unique lore that mixes fantasy and steampunk elements.
- Special quests and events organized by the staff when the game matures.
- Procedurally generated maps.
- Crafting system.
- Destructible terrain.
- Five playable races with unique strengths and weaknesses:
- Aer specialize on science and crafting and are agile but weakish by nature.
- Androids specialize on divination and probing and have good defense.
- Devora specialize on survival in nature and nature related magic and skills.
- Krakens specialize on magic and have an extra advantage in water.
- Wyrms specialize on pure strength and fire related abilities.
- The official server focuses on socializing and exploration:
- Good role-playing is rewarded by game masters with special quests and events.
- Cooperation is encouraged by lack of skills or levels.
- Cooperation is rewarded by the game mechanism by improving chances of survival.
- Exploration is encouraged with interesting quests and strange phenomena.
- Exploration is rewarded with knowledge and fame.
Developer: Ari Mustonen
License: GNU LGPL v3
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