Daimonin is a free software multiplayer online computer role-playing game that is based on the open source Crossfire.
Inside the game you will meet many other people in a big, persistent virtual heroic fantasy world! Explore, fight, meet friends and enemies, become a master with sword and magic or be the best weapon smith around.
Using the SDL library, it provides cross-platform clients with 2D isometric tile graphics, sound effects, and background music.
Daimonin split from the Crossfire project in December 2001.
- Isometric graphic system.
- Has many of the features of Crossfire.
- Combat targeting system that focuses the attack on an opponent and repeats the attack each turn without user intervention.
- Mob aggro ranges.
- Mob pulling.
- Object scripting in Python.
- Item quality & conditions (repair/smithy).
- Resistance/protection system.
- Server sided AE (area effect) spells .
- Skill exp.
- Client sided throw/range control system.
- Group playing.
- Cooperative PvE maps (player can’t hurt/block other players), PvP maps (player vs player), permdeath maps (player stay dead on maps until another player resurrect him).
- Seek to reach the game level maximum of 110.
- Explore the vast Maps individually or in groups that are indoor, outdoor, above ground and below:
- Wait for unique Event Maps that are open for limited time periods annually such as the Hallo and Winter maps.
- Combat for rare items and artifacts for personal collection or trade.
- Begin personal collections such as exotic fruits, rare gems, uncommon books & Tomes, scary monster replicas to unusual cursed items.
- Build economic wealth of the game’s highest currency the Mith through trade and savings.
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