They may have arrived decades ago, but the work (and play) continues
This roguelike is built around random generation and remains interesting to this day. Its community has made sporadic tweaks over time, with over a decade passing between certain updates.
Drakkar creator Brad Lineberger claims he coined the phrase "massively multiplayer" back in the early '90s. Remarkably, he still works on the game to this very day. Talk about dedication.
This MUD and fantasy role-player was created at a Swedish university, stretching way back to before the internet was widely used. It still has a dedicated community in 2020, and can be easily played in your browser.
This roguelike RPG sees players engage in open-ended wilderness survival. Since its release in 1992 it's been steadily updated, evolving from a DOS adventure to a fully graphical game.
Back in 1998 Ultima earned a Guinness World Record for drawing in 100,000 online players. 22 years on, this MMO and its player-driven economy still boasts an active community.
Sure, it's a spring chicken by this list's standards, but the fact StarCraft remains so relevant is impressive. Though it has much prettier sequel, this RTS is still played competitively in Korea.
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