Zombie or Fantasy Multiplayer Game with long-term motivation

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    Default Zombie or Fantasy Multiplayer Game with long-term motivation

    Hey Guys,

    is there a multiplayer game with sandbox elements, basebuilding and long-term motivation?
    Ive played so much, for example:
    - Mortal Online
    - DayZ (Mod and Standalone)
    - Infestation
    - Nether
    - Project Zomboid
    an many many more (indie games too)

    So now I found a game called "The Memory of Eldurim" it looks great but its not a mmo or even have a huge multiplayer (~50Players) if im right.
    Now I heard that H1Z1 will be released in 1 month (early access), but that will only be a survival game with weapons and cars until it will be released (I have much hope in that).

    So I dont really know what Im looking for, so Im asking you guys again.
    Do you know some games (no AAA-Games, I like indie games) that are already released and make some fun in a different way (no mainstream gameplay).


    ps. Life Is Feudal is still not released -.-

    I hope you understood me

    Greetings
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    http://www.deadfrontier.com/

    I had fun with this, might actually play again since there's not really anything similar

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    Sandbox elements and long term motivation is why I love Entropia Universe.
    Zombies and fantasy in a post apocalyptic environment is why I specifically like the planet Rocktropia within that universe.

    Zombies, vampires, werwolves, dragons, demons, street thugs and robot hookers make for an in interestingly eclectic environment that sounds wrong but once immersed in it I couldn't leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narfi Hungry Willem View Post
    Sandbox elements and long term motivation is why I love Entropia Universe.
    Zombies and fantasy in a post apocalyptic environment is why I specifically like the planet Rocktropia within that universe.

    Zombies, vampires, werwolves, dragons, demons, street thugs and robot hookers make for an in interestingly eclectic environment that sounds wrong but once immersed in it I couldn't leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XD12125 View Post
    http://www.deadfrontier.com/

    I had fun with this, might actually play again since there's not really anything similar
    Would definitely second this. You have motivation to explore and go farther out to get supplies not only because you literally have to for hunger and health and to get more weapons and ammo but you also have the threat of mobs attacking the base. Dead Frontier is definitely a zombie game I'd recommend even though it both is and isn't an mmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrgsubzero View Post
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    The beauty of a sandbox is you can go stand in a corner for days on end if thats what you enjoy.
    Not my thing though

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