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The following comments by Pardus users have been collected since 2005, primarily from various internet forums where players introduced their friends to the game or just talked about it. All comments are sic, so please do not contact us about errors.

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One of the things in Pardus I like most is, that I am playing in order to play and not in order to win.

Looks just plain awesome. A **** sight better than foundationgame, the last one I was playing.

I am sure that Pardus is the Heroin of the Internet.[...]
I gonna have to go to the Bradford clinic for addictions because of this game.

I am really enjoying this game. I'm a sucker for privateer games, and the pace of this (action points per day) seems to help hold my attention, as I typically get bored awfully fast.

It seems like a combination of Escape Velocity and Tradewars / Drugwars, which is probably the highest praise I could give a browser game.

This has the best interface and loading system of any browser game I've ever played. and the fact it uses graphical tiles is really nice.

I'm nearly at the end of the Tutorial and I have to say I think it's excellent. If the real thing is as good then I can see me playing the game for quite a while. So far I've, got lost, lost most of my stock (because I got lost), had my ship destroyed twice and yet I still keep going back for more!

[...] you don't have to give up your social life to play it! I find it easy to squeeze in with the other games I play...
[...] Suffice to say it's pretty, it's bloody good, and if you can only log in once a day you'll not fall behind!

Pardus [...] is a free browser based online game. I have been playing it every free moment I have so far today. Definately worth checking out if you like science fiction space mercs / traders / military.

This is probably one of the best MMORPG's around. How well you do doesn't depend on how much time you spend but only on your skill. Additinally, the community is really nice (you don't get any of the 1 @m th3 u3ber1337 h@x0r stuff..). If you liked privateer, you will simply love this game..

A fantastic Massive Multiplayer Online Browser Game that i've been looking for since i've played door games on BBS in the mid 1990s.
[...]
Now with the internet, there are countless online games, but i've yet to find one that can match Pardus.

If you ever played the BBS game Trade Wars 2002, this game is a lot like that but it adopts some of its technology ideas from the Masters of Orion games. It's a perfect mix of politics, economics, and combat. There's even the chance for role-play in a number of forms.

One of the things I truly love about Pardus is that it is so laissez-faire. You can get rich oryou can go bust by being smart and politicking well or being dumb and isolating yourself. The player interaction-- both helpful 'shepards' and harmful pirates-- is the cornerstone of this game, IMHO.

Pardus is a really fun space trader type game. It is highly focused on player interaction and it has just about the friendlyest player base I have ever seen in my entire life. When I first started doing things I got private messages all over the place with people asking if I wanted help or offering me good to help me get started. [...]

I consider myself fortunate to have discovered Pardus by complete accident just after it's initial public release and I have watched what was at first part time project coded by a few students into a very capable and well presented online universe that has a lot in common with what I consider to be the ultimate space trading game "Elite".

This game is completely awesome. I've been in it for a bit more than a month now, although some of this time I was unable to play, I have become completely addicted to it.
The gameplay and player interaction completely puts this game above any I have ever played.

This game is absolutely amazing and Im going to promote it to my friends for sure.

Absolutely THE BEST web-based game I've every played. Myself, my co-workers and several of my friends are hooked on it!

yup, this is definitely the best game I've ever played. I've never played any MMORPGs before. From my friends who play MMORPGs, it felt like games like those games give players who play 24/7 a big advantage. But I decided to try this because it was free and browser-based. The Action Points system is, IMO, a major contributor to Pardus' addictiveness. It requires you to plan your moves ahead of time and be efficient with the APs that you have. It also serves as balancing mechanism and allows people who play once a day or 24 hours a day to compete on relatively equal playing field.

The main thing that hooked me into the game was, believe it or not, the tutorial. [...] From the very beginning when you log into Pardus, an AI will lead you through a tutorial, teaching you how the game's mechanics work.

I think this game is as greeeeeeeeeat at Kelloggs Corn Flakes. It runs very smoothly on many types of browsers [...], and it's basically ruled by the many players who play it. If your looking for a good space-game. You've found one.

[...] Pardus on the other hand is awesome.
There is a lot to learn. You'll know this if you've ever tried to explian the game to friends without them doing the tutorial... but somehow, once you do the tutorial, things become so much more natural. Besides, the community
[...] is amazingly friendly.

I love the fact that there is no NPC trading mechanism. You want your building to sell? It has to be able to compete in a *real* market, where real people make real decisions to buy or not buy. (That, or make real decisions to set up a communal economy....)

Eventually (others say unfortunately ;) I have found an exciting and really addictive game to spend my leisure time appropriately: Pardus.

Pardus is the way to go. IMO it destroys all of the rest of the free online games out there.

[...] Yea, I've been playing it for about 5 months now. I love it because it's all web-based and I can play it at work. Hehehe.

Pardus is a rich experience with a mostly friendly community, much better then you’ll find in other MMORPGs.

In the great lake of MMORPGs Pardus sticks out like no other. Pardus is a space based ’ship’ sim with gameplay very much similiar to old BBC Micro Elite classic, and delving further into the game reveals inspirations from the Master of Orion series and other games of the space genre.

Pardus is an excellent game IMO, fighting, trading, ownership it has it all and for a browser based game I find it amazingly indepth.

Pardus is a space based mmorpg of sorts. You start out as a lowly ship who fights space maggots, trades lowly goods, eventually moving onto massive starships with the ability to own massively complex starbases. I highly recommend it.

I am currently addicted to a game called Pardus.

It kicks arse. Graphics aren't great, but it's browser based, and free.

Pardus is a free MRPG browser based game. It's very addictive and the great players just add to the experience.

[...] here´s a nifty game: http://www.pardus.at/
It´s a poor man´s online trader/piracy epic game, and very addictive.

I was driven away by playing multiplayer. [...] Then Pardus came out, which is a GREAT browser based MMOSBS and it fazed out MOO3 within a day or 2.

Pardus is a pretty neat retro multiplayer browser game.

Pardus is my first gaming addiction. Worth every penny. :)

pardus is the only game I've played and enjoyed long enough to get a premium. :)

[...] as this is actually the first game I'm really addicted to I felt like having to order a premium.

I've only been playing for less than 10 days and this game rocks. To think that I've waited all these years for a game that plays like this, nothing actually comes close since MOO2.
I kicked myself for not finding out about this game earlier. Could have saved a bundle not buying those useless play-for-a-week-and-dispose games.
All active players should support this game if the fee is not a concern.

> this is actually my first time...really playing....im pretty new
> you guys are really nice...lol
> most of the games like this i play people just rip your head off asking the most simple questions
> and im enjoyoing it already...its the best game ive played so far

There really is no way to power game. [...]
The community is full of great, very helpful people. There is no 'OMG I PWNZSORED UR NOOBS!!" or any of that. Its mostly mature people
[...]

If you're into space/fantasy type games, then give this a shot. The tutorial does a very good job explaining how the game works and the basics of how to get around. It is a bit complicated until you get the hang of it, but after that its an amazing game.

[...] Pardus is different. I was never that addicted to any game - both online and offline. Most games bore me after a short period of time. But not Pardus. Since more than a year I've been enyoing the game.

Since I started Pardus, it has never ceased to amaze me.. Each day I discover more stuff in my explorations, and each day my respect towards the devs increases.
Thank you for creating such an amazing game :p

I have been playing this for a couple months. I have been enjoying it a ton. The 5000 AP per day keeps me from playing too much. And no matter where I am, home or travel, my browser greets me and says "Hey friend, sit a spell, play a little Pardus."

At first, I was overwhelmed and thought I would never get anywhere, but before you know it, you own a couple buildings and you start finding ways to make money and level up quicker.

Really great game!!

The difference between Pardus and many other space sim MMOBGs is that it plays on a graphical map, and it feels like you're really controlling the ship from a top down perspective. Also, it's interface is very simple and minimal, and doesn't confuse you. Yet, the options that Pardus offers are numerous. You can be anything you want in a space sim - a pirate, a bounty hunter, trader, businessman, leader of an alliance, and much more! [...]
Warning: game can be VERY addictive!

A very well done space MMORPG, in the spirit of Elite. You can make your way as a peaceful trader, or a renegade pirate (Albeit I'd kill you a lot.. Huhu). How you play is totally up to you, and how your reputation with the three factions and other pilots is affected, is in your hands.

It has a neat system, and it's big. Very big. You can't even cover the whole of space in one day, because it's that big.

Building, fighting, bounty hunting, ranking to better ships.. Soon to be space wrecks.. It's a sci-fi geek's dream. :D

I'm still under newb protection, so I haven't had to meet any gankers yet, but all of the community I've met so far has been outstanding. Someone just randomly gave me 50,000 creds and another person had a nice conversation with me after the welcomed me to the game.

it really is one of the most polished browser based games I've ever run across. It looks great, it's balanced great, and the player-based economy is suprisingly deep and robust. Plus you can play it and play it well without a huge expenditure of time. There's really no reason not to give it a shot.

This game is really awesome, and whenever I have a bad day in-game, it actually makes me the player feel sad. It's just that good, especially for such an otherwise "simple" game.

I found the tutorial VERY helpful. [...] I enjoyed it, and knew right away that I was going to like this. (It reminds me of a very, VERY, updated TradeWars2000... anybody else ever play those old BBS door games?)

This game is truly the best free MMOBG out there, nothing even comes close. The fact that its free makes it all the sweeter.

This game seriously rocks.... addicting doesn't even begin to describe it.

Pardus is the ONLY game that I've been playing as long as I have. NO OTHER GAME have I stuck with for this long, and I have no intention of stopping.

I'd been trying various browser games, and had nearly given up on the whole concept due to dull and formulaic gameplay and illiterate communities; Pardus stood out.

Unfortunately I’ve never been the kind of guy who’s to be satisfied by only one addiction, so I’ve started to play a really nice Massive Multiplayer Browser RPG called Pardus which is developed by Austrian students. Probably the best aspect about the game is the role-playing going on, which can best be seen at excellent fan sites [...]. Go check it out now, Pardus is really cool!

Very good community. Thanks to the Action Point system you can play less than 20 minutes a day to get almost optimal results - but if you want you can still spend hours and hours in the community talking about (in-game) politics, etc.

On Digg- Inselkampf had been dug up massively, and someone (I forget who) had said that it was rubbish and this was the best browser-based game available. I tried Inselkampf, and he was right, it is rubbish. I tried this, and he was right, it is brilliant.

I played Urban Dead for a few days, but that game was horrible. Then I found my way to Wikipedia somehow and came across a list of all the free mmorpgs. I tried to start a couple but none of them stuck. Pardus was maybe the third or fourth one and I haven't looked back since.

this game suits me the most it has many ways to play it as trading, fighting, managing your own business or alliance, or you can simply travel around the spqace.
I give it 10 because i have not seen a better game in a very long time, I suggest you to join it, as it still has a good tutorial.

[Pardus is] Alot like the old BBS games like Space Traders etc... but updated and placed in a HUGE universe. I gave it a try, not too bad so far. Limited amount of playtime per day with an action point system. If you like trading/space games you'll love this one.

Very good community. Thanks to the Action Point system you can play less than 20 minutes a day to get almost optimal results - but if you want you can still spend hours and hours in the community talking about (in-game) politics, etc.

Yeah, I know, I play too many online games, and some of you guys have some incomprehensible thing called a LIFE OFF THE INTERNET, but this game I found is WAY AWESOME.

The name of the game is Pardus.

Check out Pardus, under my favorite URLs. It is the most addicting, but underpublicised, MMOG I have ever played.

excellent game. really for the type of gamer that only plays a little each day and likes to plan ahead.

It is the best mmog that i have played.
I think the rules allow for even play amoung elite and lower players.

The game play, I must admit is highly addicting and enjoyable. The fact that you get on once a day for about 45 minutes is great...its not a game you sit on for hours straight leveling up.

intelligent community in any online game I have ever played, and I have played a lot. This game requires a lot of skill and has severe penalties if you make stupid mistakes so a lot of noobish players are turned off from it. This leaves a very skilled and intelligent playerbase that delights in Roleplaying in their characters.

I love the game design because it rewards efficient decision making and getting ahead isn't about who can powergame the most. Making friends and building a reputation can make you more powerful than playing non-stop and getting no sleep like in other games.

Once you get out of the tutorial, which might give new players a wrong idea about the it, the game is highly addictive and one is easily captured by the multiple activities within the community.

Because of the complexety of the finer points in the game, like the statistical site in trading or combat probabilities or even p2p interaction like the high art of diplomacy, the game attracts an above average crowd intelligence wise, which may result in frustration for those who are less capable.

Overall a good steady game for everybody who enjoys SciFi roleplaying.

Pardus is pure genius. Be a trader, a pirate, a defender of the people, Paruds offers open ended gaming, with the added luxury of community support.

Time to take control of your ship, fame and fortune awaits.

It is highly addictive online game to play in your browser.

And due to rules there hardly takes you 45min each day to enjoy this well balanced universe as space pilot!

A Must for any true Elite fan!

[...] one of the best reasons you can enjoy this game is the community. Many pilots have created tools for the game which can help you from anything from the cost to buy a new ship, or a map of every sector in the game.

There are guides which can help you as a young player, and once you get in an alliance you can easily find a nice group and mentor with which to talk to.

Overall, have patience for the first week, and you'll begin to fall in love with this phenomenal game

Best game I ever played online.

you can spend your aps, then have a natter in the chats, or you can search the forum on several topics, not all of them relating to the game.

been playing for a year now, and will probably be playing in a years time

For the past month or so, I've been playing a free massive multiplayer web game called Pardus. Everyone here has probably seen about 742 space themed web games that are all pretty similar and not very interesting. This game is very different and I'm enjoying it immensely. Instead of the usual 4x MOO-clone, this game is much closer to Elite or Privateer in style.[...]

If you've ever thought to yourself, "Man, I wish there was a free massive multiplayer Elite/Privateer/Mankind out there that wasn't full of jerks and depended on skill and brains, not free time to improve," than this is the game for you.

I genuinely enjoy this game. Most MMOs rub me the wrong way, but I just love everything about Pardus. The time limit put on game play due to limited AP is also an excellent way for me keep myself from grinding all day on some god forsaken MMORPG.

Pardus is the best browser based game around. Pretty easy to learn, hard to master. It's formula is that of a space trader, but you can go the route of pirate, bounty hunter etc. If you like these kind of games, this is the best, and I would know, I've tried them all. :)

This game is fun and lets you zip around in a good fighter or trader with only a few days or a week or so of time invested. It's quick to get started, but takes a long time to get to the level of a badass.

[...] there is an intelligent community of players. The game minimizes the impact of NPCs, the economies and in game politics are all player driven. The daily player interactions and ability to roleplay is what makes this game great

The game is a lot of fun and most of the players are of a higher intellect and they're in college. [...] The game involves thinking because EVERYTHING, well almost, is user run, and/or the creators and admin can't do anything about it.

I need something I can play on my work computer, which I can't install much on, and I love browser games, so I went googling. Although I love browser game I hate all of them after a short while, except Pardus, which is the first web game I've payed for ever.

If you're really into open-ended mercenary / trader games (like Origin's Privateer) this is crack.

I've been playing for a while now, and I picked up a year's worth of premium around January. I love this game, and spend too much time on it.

Pardus is not like runescape. it is not like WoW. if you want to run around a large map with a big sword and call people noobs, then stop here.

how many famous players are there in WoW or Runescape? (i only know of Leeeerooooy himself) in pardus, the player community IS the game (sort of)

Pardus is a highly addictive MMBRPG. This game contains every element desired in a good MMBRPG and for space genre fans, Pardus is possibly one of the best MMBRPG's available today. All game-action is carried out in real-time and with OOC chat, RPG chat, and alliance chat, you can literally spend the whole day (or night) logged into Pardus.[...] Pardus is a meaty experience for those that like to be challenged.

Pardus is a really amazing game that never fails to amaze... It's a space type browser game that lets you choose your own path.

My favorite free game that you don't need to download is the beta of Pardus (www.pardus.at) [Note: Pardus was in Open Beta at that time]. It's kind of like a tile based Elite with a great community.

There is zero no cost to sign up or play, and our alliance's are really starting to make a name for ourselves in both universes. [...]

This game is really intricate, and its a blast to play.

I have played a lot of MMORPG browsergames in the past 10 years and Pardus simply excels.
I have been playing Pardus for almost 2 years now and there are so much things I haven't tried out yet, that I'll have to play for a couple more.

[Pardus] stands out from other browser MMOs with the large amount of random events, very strong participation from the community and a deep amount of role-playing with a rich history.

I would be so incredibly confused without the tutorial, it rocks!

Just started this game.. it's completely browser based.. but wow it seriously rocks. [...] this game actually has an economy truly run by the players.

I've been playing for about a year and a half now. Stumbled across it by accident last summer right after the new Artemis server launched, have been playing there since. As far as browser MMO-type games go, it is by far the best I've discovered so far.

I just started and am learning but this game seriously rocks hard so far, amazingly in-depth, and the best part, you have a limited number of action points to spend per day [...] so you don't have to spend hours and hours to compete, and it adds that level of strategy as you have to plan out your moves..

I am not much of a gamer. I found my way here in September 08 because a friend was looking around for free browser games, and from the list and short description he provided Pardus looked good and I gave it a try.

I have never regretted it.

Pardus offers me everything I need and want. Fun, action, romance, drama... you name it. Pardus has it. It is a great game.

Pardus is one of the few games I've stuck with long-term.

I only regret I haven't found Pardus earlier.

I tend to look at time invested as a reliable marker of how much I got out of any particular computer game. On that metric, pardus beats all others by quite some margin.

I just started playing this game not even a month ago, and it is by far the best browser-based game I've ever played. Gameplay is great (of what I've seen), and I'm VERY impressed how people here actually type in a way that can be read.

Pardus really deserves on Oscar for its intriguing game play. Basically, you view the area around your ship from top to bottom, in 2D. You move your ship by clicking an area, [...] it glides over smoothly. The area around you is full of hundreds of player built buildings, planets, and star bases.

I was sucked into the Pardus world, I found myself thinking about how to make more money in the game, what buildings to build, how much I should sell my commodities for, etc. In other words, I got obsessed with it. The community is also great, quite friendly, you can always have interesting chats with other players in the chat room.

Pardus is a PvP-oriented multiplayer space privateer browser game with the most literate and technically capable English community of all games. I've been playing for three years. [...] What keeps me in is the depth of content and the very well-done gameplay.

Basically, theres allot of stuff to do, another reason why I like this game is that you have to use your brain to play. [...] Due to the fact that you must your brain, and you can't play all day, the community is mostly filled with 18-30 year olds. Meaning, the game is not full of little 12 year olds who just spam, the game has allot of depth to it. So, if you enjoy space trading games I recommend Pardus, its browser based so you do not have to download anything. Give it a shot.

The community is a big part of Pardus, with a friendly, helpful and mature player base that makes playing it more of a pleasure that a lot of games.[...]I ran through the excellent tutorial and got a feel for the game – it reminded me also of a very graphically simple Eve Online…but less serious and heavy duty

Altough I only just started out, I believe there are months of exploring, new encounters and an unknown galaxy waiting for me. [...] After having played Travian for months and never sleeping well, thank god I found this alternative. A limited quota of moves per day makes you think and plan ahead instead of wasting your Real-Life waiting for an attack and stupidly upgrading dozens of villages as in Travian.

The community is a big part of Pardus, with a friendly, helpful and mature player base that makes playing it more of a pleasure that a lot of games. [...] I ran through the excellent tutorial and got a feel for the game – it reminded me also of a very graphically simple Eve Online…but less serious and heavy duty

Altough I only just started out, I believe there are months of exploring, new encounters and an unknown galaxy waiting for me. [...] After having played Travian for months and never sleeping well, thank god I found this alternative. A limited quota of moves per day makes you think and plan ahead instead of wasting your Real-Life waiting for an attack and stupidly upgrading dozens of villages as in Travian.

What is the best in this game? You play not to win or be the best but just to play.

Excelent game. [...] Dont expect to create big alliances and rule galaxy without much effort and time spent. This game need whole loads of patience and hard work but it is really worth of it!!

I've played Pardus for more than 2 years now, and it still amazes me. This is probably the one and only browser game I'll ever pay for. [...] I'm still playing with the same enthusiasm. I've started up alliances, I've been in wars, I've explored most of the universe, still there are unknowns to me. The community consists mainly of slightly older people, college and up, but ofcourse there are young 'uns as well. This makes for a mature and intelligent community, who doesn't necessarily put their own prestige over helping nubs get going. If you want a challenge and a great playing experience, try it out. [...] The course you can go is entirely your own choice, wether it be bucaneer or bounty hunter, trader or fighter, pirate or mercenary. You decide.

Best game I ever played online. you can spend your aps, then have a natter in the chats, or you can search the forum on several topics, not all of them relating to the game. been playing for a year now, and will probably be playing in a years time

Wonderful experience among the MMORPGs. Mature community, developed environment for both trader- and fighter-loving players, lot of RPG activity on forum an chat. Plus you can meet valuable friends in the off-character section - many educated people play pardus, not only teenagers.

Because of the complexety of the finer points in the game, like the statistical site in trading or combat probabilities or even p2p interaction like the high art of diplomacy, the game attracts an above average crowd intelligence wise, which may result in frustration for those who are less capable. Overall a good steady game for everybody who enjoys SciFi roleplaying.

This game is the most fun game I have ever played and am still able to keep my real life schedule reasonable. Pardus has the most intelligent community in any online game I have ever played, and I have played a lot. This game requires a lot of skill and has severe penalties if you make stupid mistakes so a lot of noobish players are turned off from it. This leaves a very skilled and intelligent playerbase that delights in Roleplaying in their characters. I love the game design because it rewards efficient decision making and getting ahead isn't about who can powergame the most. Making friends and building a reputation can make you more powerful than playing non-stop and getting no sleep like in other games.

one of my first impresions on Pardus was suprisingly positive. Before this I played several MMOs where newbies were treated very badly and griefing reached its extreeme. After that I came to Pardus GC and saw someone talking about how he just got killed with the guy who killed him. I was used to flaming cursing at this point but conversation went more like: "haha, you got me, good one". The good sporting attitude was and still is one of the best things about Pardus. Sure, there are some bad common behaviours but they are unavoidable. Game has lots of different people playing it and you are sure to find people who preffer doing so to be here but when compared to other MMOs Pardus does extreemly well.

The thing about this game is that you don't have to beat lvl X in less than so and so minutes. You don't need to get to Y or do Z if you don't want to. You don't win or lose this game. You just play it. That's the fun thing about Pardus. In some way it's similar to real life (never forget it's still a game, though! It's to have FUN FUN FUN!!!). Here, if you want, you can take things really slow. You can just trade for a year in your mini-lanner if you feel like it. No one will tell you you suck because of that. Actually everyone you have traded with will be happy you are doing so. In this game it's the player, so YOU, who decides what's good for you and what YOU want to do. Not the game. Here, there's no straight line from start to finish, here you just walk/fly your own path. That's Pardus. Enjoy it!

Even if this game was half as good as it is, it would still be the best browser game anywhere. If you don't like it, feel free to play the ad-ridden, substandard crap that is everywhere else on the internet. Maybe there you can obtain worthless in-game items and do repetitive tasks for hours a day with little player-to-player interaction.

Pardus isn't a game like any other i've come across. Not sure how to describe it but i found pardus incredibly awesome when i started because of the depth and detail of the game and a kind of fulfilling of a fantasy in space, where i'm shooting and trading and doing stuff flying my ship. A bit inspired by star wars. Others are inspired by different space based movies/games like star trek and elite, but this is one of the reasons i think why people actually start liking the game. Later as you play it might also become the people you talk to and the competition.

[...] Add to that the complex RPG features, with factions, alliances, ranks, competency levels, skills, reputations, and an dizzying array of ships, weapons, etc., and you’ll get a very rich experience; there is something in Pardus for everyone.

At first I felt restricted about the action point system. You only get a limited number a day, and once you’ve used them up all you can do is log off and return later. But that means I can advance just as fast as some schoolkid with too much time on his hands, and yes, as fast as a paying player.


International

[...] das Spiel is die geilste Alpha Version die ich je gespielt habe [Anmerkung: Pardus war damals in Open Alpha], und ich habe schon ne Menge online Spiele ausprobiert :P
Immerhin spielen schon mehr als 12 Leute aus unserem Institut hier mit, hat hohen Suchtfaktor was für die Arbeit dann dummerweise eher schlecht ist, hehe.

ich spiele übrigens momentan das allerbeste brauserspiel aller zeiten: www.pardus.at
erinnert ein wenig an "freelancer", nur halt 2D

ein schwer geniales MMPORG für das man aber schon ein wenig zeit investieren muss.. spiels jetzt schon seit einiger zeit, kann mir aber nicht vorstellen dass es mal langweilig wird..
das ganze is zwar von österreichern entwickelt worden aber trotzdem auf englisch und basiert auf actionpoints die sich permanent wieder auffüllen, so kann man auch mehrmals am tag was tun und muss nicht ewig warten dass irgendein gebäude fertig is oder irgendwas entwickelt wird.. quasi echtzeit :-)

Kann ich nur wärmstens empfehlen! Die netteste und intelligenteste Community, die ich je im Internet gefunden habe, verbunden mit einem genialen Spielprinzip und immer neuen Ideen. :)

Pardus bieter eine einzigartige Mischung aus Wirtschafts- und Rollenspiel. Trotzdem es erst im Alpha-stadium ist [Anmerkung: Pardus war damals in Open Alpha], hat sich eine komplexe Bündnispolitik und eine erstaunliche Wirtschaftsdynamik entwickelt. Das Spiel bietet unabsehbare Möglichkeiten!

geiles spiel! und weltklasse grafik! was anderes kann man zu diesem spiel nicht sagen!

Ein sehr cooles Weltraum RPG mit genialer Grafik und vielen Skills. Eines der besten Browsergames, dass ich kenne.

Einfach nur geil das Spiel. Alles ist bestens es könnte nich besser. Ich hab noch nie so ein gutes online Game gesehen. Und ich habe schon sehr viele gesehen.

Das Spiel ist echt gut gemacht und die Wirtschaft ist jederzeit logisch und überschaubar. Vor allem eine echte Herausforderung überhaupt erst mal ein gutes Schiff zu bekommen.

Ich spiele Pardus.

Das ist ein Browsergame das eine Mischung aus Privateer und Freelancer ist.
Das mit dem "in der nacht davor sitzen" wurde hier elegant gelöst indem JEDER 5000 Action Punkte zur verfügung hat pro tag... sprich egal wann du online kommst.. und wenn es nur einmal am tag ist jeder hat die selben möglichkeiten und es gehta uf effizienz und nicht aufs online sein.

Hier geht es um das miteinander.. zusammen raumsektoren entwickeln (also kollonisieren verteidigungseirnichtungen bauen etc etc)

Die möglichkeiten sind in der hinsicht immens..

Österreichisches Browsergame [...], welches erst nur als kleines Projekt gedacht war... ist dann aber duch Vorschläge und Umsetzungen vieler Spieler (Beta-Tester) groß - und wirklich GENIAL geworden!

Ich finde das Spiel echt genial. Es ist so ziemlich das genialste Browsergame, das mir bisher untergekommen ist. Vor allem die Community ist Wahnsinn, sehr viel von der Spieltiefe (Rollenspiel, Politik zwischen den Allianzen, etc etc.) kommt wirklich von den Spielern selbst.

Ich habe in den letzten Jahren viele online Spiele gespielt. Aber mit pardus habe ich endlich eines gefunden, in dem ich sehr lange bleiben werde. Das inCharacter-Forum wird gut überwacht. Somit ist tatsächlich mal Rollenspiel in einem online Rollespiel möglich. Die Community ist hilfbereit und freundlich. Die Spieltiefe ist (je nach dem wie intensiv man spielen mag) einfach bis komplex.

Ein herrliches Browsergame, dass gut aussieht, einem genug bietet wenn man die Zeit hat und einen nicht die Zeit frisst, wenn man keine hat. Weniger Zahlenschieberei als bei anderen Spielen und erfrischende Abwechslung zu den ewig gleichen Aufbauspielen à la Ogame ...

[Pardus] ist eine weitere "Space-Sim", die flüchtig an Galactic Tales erinnert, aber einen weitaus größeren Handlungsfreiraum bietet.

Vom friedlichen kooperativen Handel über Monsterbashen, Rollenspiel bis zu PvP ist alles drin. Das Spiel ist sehr komplex, bietet dafür aber auch ähnlich wie das konzeptionell völlig andersartige World of Dungeons eine Spieltiefe, die nur wenige BGs erreichen und eine "persistente" Spielwelt, in der man jahrelang abtauchen kann.

Pardus

Noch nie habe ich ein so vielseitiges Spiel gesehen.

[Ich spiele] nach wie vor nur www.pardus.at/. Alles andere hab ich nach ein paar Tagen aufgegeben, aber Pardus bin ich schon sei April 2007 treu. :)

Du burde prøve spillet pardus, et helt fantastisk spill




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