||Game Title: Discarded Online|
|Developer: Game Dozer|
|Publisher: Game Dozer|
|Status: Open Beta|
|Official Site: http://discarded.gamedozer.com/|
Aug 11th, 2008 - Discarded Online is now in open beta at http://discarded.gamedozer.com. Discarded is
a mix of beat-em-up, RPG, and card game where the action is king rather than the grind. Both during beta
and after launch Discarded Online will be free to play. After beta, players will be able to purchase in game
equipment, clothing, and items to aid them, but such purchases will not be required.
Leveling in the game has taken a unique approach, with players able to change their stats at the start of
each game. Items in the game temporarily use stats you assign, so while one mission may be best
suited for hard power slugging, the next may have you focusing on defense and abilities. Form a team of
up to 4 players from all over the world and go on a huge number of missions with variable level of
difficulty, equip dozens of items, dozens of different clothing accessories, and of course slay a multitude
Discarded is a child-safe game with only animated violence and no blood, gore, or questionable content.
While we do our best to limit chat based threats, we do note that parental supervision of children is
advised. The game is completely free and does not even require a download, so get playing today at
http://discarded.gamedozer.com or www.discardedonline.com.
ABOUT GAME DOZER
Game Dozer is a premium multiplayer flash game developer focused on high quality multiplayer games.
Their previous and still successful title, Battalion, is still available (and still free) at
www.gamedozer.com/battalion/. Other single player games are available from the main website at
www.gamedozer.com. So come on by and find out how great flash gaming can be!
* Completely free
You don't pay a thing!
* No download
Play in your browser!
Invite your friends!
* It's lots of fun
There is enjoyment to be had!
Q. What is Discarded Online?
A. Discarded is the first ever massively-multiplayer online collectible card beat-em-up. That's a mouthful, so we suggest you use MMOCCBEU instead. It sounds French, so you'll come off as really sophisticated when you say it.
Q. What are the card collecting aspects of Discarded?
A. Your character isn't defined by some destined class path or progression. He or she will gain all of their powers based on the cards you have equipped. There are many different card types: weapons, abilities, modifiers, and many types of clothing and accessories.
Q. How does equipping cards work?
A. As your character progresses through the game he will earn credits that can be assigned to the three different schools: Athletics, Science, and Mischief. You can redistributed your credit allocations amongst the different schools at any time. Equipping a card will use up credits from the different schools, depending on its equipping requirements.
For example, if you have a baseball bat card that costs 3 athletics credits to use, then you can equip the card and this will deduct three athletic credits from your character. You can unequip the card whenever you would like to have those credits back. Sometimes cards will require a mix of schools before you can use them. An ability that boosts your attack power and defense for a little bit might cost 2 athletics credits and 2 mischief credits.
Q. What are the beat-em-up aspects of Discarded?
A. During missions, your character will need to accomplish an objective while being assaulted from all directions by enemies. Some of them are cute, and easy to kill. Others have teeth and are less easy to kill because they will use their teeth to try and stop you. You need to use your weapon cards, ability cards, and guarding effectively to defeat them.