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TKO Software then sold the rights of the game to Iron Will Games in 2004, a game developer formed from Asylum Soft and the game's original creators to escape the issues found in the corporate game industry.In 2008, its free user restrictions were relaxed and finally removed in 2009 when the game no longer required a subscription for content access, leaving a cash shop that allows for in-game bonuses such as bag expansions.Ashen Empires Key Features: Minimum Requirements: Operating System: Windows 98SE / ME / XP / 2000 CPU: Pentium II, 350 MHz Video Card: AGP x1 Video RAM: 32 MB Hard Disk Space: 200 MB Recommended Requirements: Operating System: Windows 98SE / ME / XP / 2000 CPU: Pentium III, 500 MHz Video Card: AGP x1 Video RAM: 256 MB Hard Disk Space: 200 MB Developer: Iron Will Games, Asylum Soft Inc.Publisher: Pixel Mine, Iron Will Games, Asylumsoft Inc., TKO Games Open Beta Date: September 2002 Release Date: March 10, 2003 Development History / Background: Ashen Empires, formerly known as Dransik, was developed by Asylum Soft Inc. Players begin the game by creating a character from one of three races: Humans, Night Elves, or Orcs, and four stats that can be allocated for character builds. Ashen Empires is a free-to-play sandbox MMORPG with similarities to many classic games in the genre, including Runescape and Ultima Online.

Anyways, I made an online persistent world game in 48 hours. We really need a tag system for games or something, it’d be interesting to be able to look up games with specific elements.

Three expansions were released for Ashen Empires that expanded on game features and the player level cap.

The first expansion released was Talazar's Revenge which allowed players to advance to level 105 and visit the northern area of the game world; the second expansion released was Sands of Creation, allowing advancement to 110, more high level areas, and building construction.

If you’ve never tried your hand at one of these text-based MMOs, I’d recommend is one of those games you rarely hear discussed in the wider community.

And that is a shame because beyond the kiddy graphics and chat limitations is an impressively solid game that combines Harry Potter, a card battling mechanic, housing, pets, and themed worlds to great effect.

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