A Tale in the Desert
A Tale in the Desert
1.0

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A Tale in the Desert free download for Mac

A Tale in the Desert

1.0
08 June 2019

Build kingdoms from the ground up.

Overview

Have you ever wondered how it would be to live in Ancient Egypt? To be part of the civilization that built so many wonders? Well, now you can! In A Tale in the Desert you can relive those times and unravel their secrets. Build your own pyramid, help rule the country by passing laws and advising the Pharaoh, see how far you can make the civilization advance, or just explore the land and make new friends.

A Tale in the Desert (ATITD) is a groundbreaking online MMORPG with rich variety in gameplay, that lets you build kingdoms from the ground up, actively interact with your fellow-people, and live in a diverse society where you can do almost anything; be a merchant, a courier, a builder, an artist, a cook, an explorer, a strategist, a king... or all of these and more! In fact if you find your very own part that hasn't been provided for, pass a law to do it! Whatever you decide, Egypt awaits you in "A Tale in the Desert"

What's new in A Tale in the Desert

Note: Although Finder indicates that this is version 1.0, the developer states that this is version 8.

  • Revamped the way Tribute Posts work providing a better incentive to donating early.
  • We've introduced Ploughing, improving drastically the ease of growing vegetables.
  • The Princess of the Hyksos has been sponsoring multiple competitions including ultra rare cucumber seeds. Not to be out done, The Stranger has been active with his own contests.
  • More tests were unlocked including the Test of the Messenger and the Test of the Bureaucrat

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1 A Tale in the Desert Reviews

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Anonymous
01 November 2004

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I have to say this game really is fun, you immerse yourself in Egpytian life. Where great Pharoahs rule Egypt in an online world of strategy, life, hard labor, and some luck. You'll be able to build your home and have online neighbors to help get you through growing technology. Go by a lake and going fishing or start growing food for yourself, there are endless possibilities in this addicting game. Let me also note that this game is only a DEMO and you have a free trial account for 24 playing hours! I was tempted to buy this game until I looked at how the billing system works. You must pay $13.95 a month to play this game after your 24 hour free trial account. This would amount to a total of $167.40 a year! Thats like paying a internet bill! Thats how this "company" makes their money, instead of buying the game like most companies will do, they decided to charge $13.95 a month. For example lets say there were 100 customers that had monthly subscriptions for a year, then eGenesis (the company that made the game) would make $16,740! now .40 cents a day doesn't sound like much but when you add it all up in the long term, its a big chunk of money. Overall, if you have the money to spare and don't have much to do in your life this game is a lot of fun. The game is addicting enough to make you skip work. But if your like me and you think that hey I'm not going to pay $13.98 a month I would rather just pay one fee for the whole game, then lay it off. But, at least play the free trial account, its a lot of fun!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
01 November 2004
I have to say this game really is fun, you immerse yourself in Egpytian life. Where great Pharoahs rule Egypt in an online world of strategy, life, hard labor, and some luck. You'll be able to build your home and have online neighbors to help get you through growing technology. Go by a lake and going fishing or start growing food for yourself, there are endless possibilities in this addicting game. Let me also note that this game is only a DEMO and you have a free trial account for 24 playing hours! I was tempted to buy this game until I looked at how the billing system works. You must pay $13.95 a month to play this game after your 24 hour free trial account. This would amount to a total of $167.40 a year! Thats like paying a internet bill! Thats how this "company" makes their money, instead of buying the game like most companies will do, they decided to charge $13.95 a month. For example lets say there were 100 customers that had monthly subscriptions for a year, then eGenesis (the company that made the game) would make $16,740! now .40 cents a day doesn't sound like much but when you add it all up in the long term, its a big chunk of money. Overall, if you have the money to spare and don't have much to do in your life this game is a lot of fun. The game is addicting enough to make you skip work. But if your like me and you think that hey I'm not going to pay $13.98 a month I would rather just pay one fee for the whole game, then lay it off. But, at least play the free trial account, its a lot of fun!
Like
Version 1.0