Manyland Review: The Freedom of MMOvement and Creativity
Manyland is a two-dimensional free-to-play online sandbox video game where you join one big server where everyone creates, collects, builds, explores and designs a whole new universe. Dec 7, 2015, is the Manyland game release date. It was developed and released by Manyland as a 2D building/exploration MMO where you can do whatever you want.
You don’t even need to download Manyland. It’s absolutely free, and you can enjoy playing it right in your browser. The Manyland game is perfectly compatible with modern desktop browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari on PC, Mac, and Linux. There’s a Steam app for Windows 7/ 8/ 10 (64 bit). An iPad game application is also available. The latest update was released in February 2019 bringing new areas to explore.
Manyland Gameplay 5/5
Manyland gameplay is a combination of Minecraft, Terraria, Habbo and Second Life fueled by the tempting option to build almost anything you wish. You start out in one of the initial locations, in the company of strangers without any idea on how to proceed. You can choose one room category out of hundreds such as Art, Cinema, Chat, Adventure, Music, Marty, Casino etc. When you familiarize yourself with the mechanics, you realize that Manyland gameplay is better than you have expected.
Manyland Graphics 4/5
At first glance, the pixel graphics seem childish, even somewhat primitive. A lot of players describe Manyland graphics as artwork from an 80s arcade. However, this simplicity is very deceptive. As you progress, you embrace the depth and complexity of the game. If old school pixel graphics is something that appeals to you, you will definitely like Manyland.
Manyland Sounds 5/5
The Manyland soundtrack is far from epic. The audio effects within the game are cute and go very well with the gameplay. The sounds you will hear while playing Manyland are not crucial for your performance. They are just a lovely background to stimulate your creativity.
The PC controls are rather intuitive. However, when it comes to the Manyland mobile app, there are players who complain about the difficult controls. Once you embrace the gameplay mechanics, you should make friends with controls as well.
Replay Value 5/5
With all its endless worlds and the ability of a player to create anything they imagine, the Manyland game boasts a rather high replay value. If you are an open-minded and creative person, you will come back to this game time and time again.
Cutting to the Chase
Manyland is unusual, sometimes complex but still so compelling. It’s a total creativity booster. According to other players’ Manyland reviews, this game is as good as (or even better than) Minecraft.
Manyland is what a real sandbox gaming experience should be. Almost anything within the game is customizable, and you can build nearly anything you want. And the fact that you don’t even have to download Manyland is more than appealing..
Pros : Never-ending world;
Your imagination is the only limit;
Fun to play with friends;
Cons : Difficult to learn;
Unintuitive friends list;
Cluttered user interface.
Replay Value 5
Average : 4.5
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