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Kanokon

Kanokon

2008  Visual novelFantasy - Sony PlayStation 2
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Kanokon - Wikipedia Kanokon (かのこん?) is a Japanese light novel series by Katsumi Nishino, with illustrations by Koin. The first novel was released by Media Factory on October 31, 2005 under its MF Bunko J imprint, and it published 15 volumes until Dec ...   more on Wikipedia
Dragonica

Dragonica

2008  MMORPGFantasy - Microsoft Windows - Online multiplayer  
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Dragonica - Wikipedia Dragonica (Korean: 드래고니카) known in North America as Dragon Saga, is a free-to-play 3D side-scrolling massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Barunson Interactive. Development has been ongoing since March 2 ...   more on Wikipedia
Wakfu

Wakfu

2012  MMORPGFantasy - GNU/Linux Microsoft Windows
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Wakfu - Wikipedia Wakfu is a tactical turn-based MMORPG developed by Ankama Games, which was released for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux on February 29, 2012. The game takes place 1,000 years after Ankama's previous game, Dofus. A spin-off game, Islands of Wak ...   more on Wikipedia
Asda Story

Asda Story

2008  MMORPGFantasy - Microsoft Windows
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Asda Story - Wikipedia Asda Story is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by MaxOn Soft Corp and is published by GamesCampus for the North American market, Play Media Group for the European market, OnGame for the Brazilian market, nDoors for the Japan ...   more on Wikipedia