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This game is unplayable. While game features will be described on this page, actual gameplay assistance will not be supplied. This game is covered here for historical reference.

Wind Slayer
Box artwork for Wind Slayer.
Developer(s) Hamelin
Publisher(s) Avocado, Outspark
Latest version International Open Beta (Build 48)
Release date(s)
Globe.svg January 72009 (Closed Beta)
Globe.svg February 42009 (Open Beta)
Globe.svg TBA, 2009 (Official release)
Genre(s) RPG, Platform
System(s) Windows
Players MMOG
System requirements (help)
CPU clock speed
450 MHz
System RAM
64 MiB
Disk space
300 MiB
Video RAM
8 MiB
Network connection speed
56 Kibps
Website http://windslayer.outspark.com/
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Wind Slayer was a free (with optional payments) 2D side-scrolling MMO that was comparable to other side scrolling MMORPGs such as MapleStory and Ghost Online in many ways. It was shutdown in August, 2011.

As with many MMOs the game attempts to give players many ways to interact with one another (friend lists, team or solo player versus player fighting, trading, etc.). The game is not gory (as it does not depict blood) and it has a word filter to try and make it suitable for players of all ages.

Every new character starts off as the novice class until the character reaches level 10. At this point players can choose from one of six permanent class changes (job advancements): Warrior, Monk, Archer, Rogue, Mage, or Priest. Each class has their own set of skills and can later advance again (at level 30) to one of two choices that vary depending on the class chosen at level 10. Each set of classes uses a certain stat and usually a secondary or third stat that helps distinguish them from other classes and builds.

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