Summoning Wars is an open source, network-based, role-playing game with a point-and-click fight system.
It features both a single-player and a multiplayer mode for about 2 to 8 players.
Summoning Wars has a flexible engine that allows to modify and extend most aspects of the game by editing some easy to read XML files. Additionally, there is a lua-based scripting system that allows triggering events or starting cut scenes at runtime.
- Hundreds of items to collect and dozens of monster types to fight.
- Highly addictive gameplay.
- 4 classes with 24 unique abilities.
- Single and multiplayer mode (up to 8 players).
- Dozens of monster to fight.
- Hundreds of items to collect.
- Search for black market and stock enchanted items.
Developer: Hans Wuf, gnemo, Stefan, Psycho
License: GNU GPL v3
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