An old style text-based browser based game.When you begin a new game, the first thing you see is the Town screen. Towns serve four primary functions: healing, buying items, buying maps, and displaying game information.
To heal yourself, click the "Rest at the Inn" link at the top of the town screen. Each town's Inn has a different price - some towns are cheap, others are expensive. No matter what town you're in, the Inns always serve the same function: they restore your current hit points, magic points, and travel points to their maximum amounts. Out in the field, you are free to use healing spells to restore your hit points, but when you run low on magic points, the only way to restore them is at an Inn.
Buying weapons and armor is accomplished through the appropriately-named "Buy Weapons/Armor" link. Not every item is available in every town, so in order to get the most powerful items, you'll need to explore some of the outer towns. Once you've clicked the link, you are presented with a list of items available in this town's store. To the left of each item is an icon that represents its type: weapon, armor or shield. The amount of attack/defense power, as well as the item's price, are displayed to the right of the item name. You'll notice that some items have a red asterisk (*) next to their names. These are items that come with special attributes that modify other parts of your character profile. See the Items & Drops table at the bottom of this page for more information about special items.
Maps are the third function in towns. Buying a map to a town places the town in your Travel To box in the left status panel. Once you've purchased a town's map, you can click its name from your Travel To box and you will jump to that town. Travelling this way costs travel points, though, and you'll only be able to visit towns if you have enough travel points.
The final function in towns is displaying game information and statistics. This includes the latest news post made by the game administrator, a list of players who have been online recently, and the Babble Box.

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FreeCraft is a space strategy game with hundreds of planets. Players are playing together at the same time trying to explore the universe and colonise as much planets as they can. Everything what you need to the play is a Standard Browser.

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