Lands of Legend

by Ginseng
Lands of Legend
Immerse yourself in an in-depth world of monsters, heroes, and great treasure as you wander the Lands of Legend! [More]

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Latest Version
Date added: Oct 23 2009
Last updated: Aug 3 2014
Last played: May 27
616 fans

Waiting List

Only Windows users can play this game. If you have an emulator, you can join the waiting list to be informed when a new server is ready to play.

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Lands of Legend is a fantasy roleplaying game where the world itself is created, manipulated, and ruled by the players. It is inspired by Dwarf Fortress's adventure mode, and has lots of detailed gameplay that shows it.

  • Great roleplaying environment: Create a character and immerse yourself as a great hero, a skilled blacksmith, a ruthless villain, or anything in between!
  • Eight races to play as: Choose from a mighty Human, a greedy Ratling, a Dwarven Stahlite, and more!
  • Highly detailed combat system: Hack off limbs, crush someone's throat, and watch them bleed!
  • In-depth open world: Explore the vast lands, make new friends, and build an empire of your own!
  • Hundreds of craftable items: Examine a weapon, tool, or piece of furniture, and you can create your own!
  • Free form building: Build a house, a shop, or even an entire town with friends, and your buildings will save with the map!


Lockem Shoto: (Aug 10, 12:52 pm)
I'd like to buy this game
Puckaboo2: (Feb 20, 3:48 pm)

Here are the forums, for those who forgot.
Araskael: (Oct 6 2015, 1:07 pm)
Don't know if anyone is here to see this, but check out my homage to this game: lands_of_legend_by_korpor4l-d9c68vf.png
Tipps4: (May 27 2015, 11:50 am)
Is there any chance that this could become open coding so that we can make our own servers and attempt to get it up and running? I have a group of friends that would love for this to be up, and we all know some coding and would love to get our hands dirty on it.
Araskael: (May 13 2015, 2:05 am)
I see a server around, but with no players and the inability to connect to it.