Nadirim doesn't waste any time rushing you into the action. When I first logged into the game and made my character the town I was thrown into was attacked by a big octopus.
Nadirim promises players will be captivated by their story based on the tales of 1001 Arabian Nights along with hand-drawn graphics, cultural music, and tactics gameplay that will challenge your skills as a general.
Before I start this review, I'm going to assume that you don't like browser games like I do. When asked to review a browser game, I would normally just assume something generic as most of them revolve around clicking texts and images. Nadirim Online, however is an exception. I would like to say that I have nothing but respect and admiration for this game, as it (in my opinion) has taken browser games to a whole new level.
Four weeks after the successful start of the Nadirim closed beta, Digital Reality and Twisted Tribe have announced work on a new version of the browser-based, free-to-play MMORPG. The extensive planned changes will affect almost every aspect of the game: the server, the client, the main quests, the combat system, the graphics, the zones, and other features which have not yet been implemented in the current beta test.
Before I start this tour, I would like to state that I am not much of a broswer-game fanatic. It's probably because I feel like I'm playing with an interactive text book that lets me click my way through the pages. Nadirim is a browser-based MMORPG developed by Digital Reality. The game is, by far, what I would call a next-gen browser game, as it caters stunning visuals and innovative gameplay that separates it from its browser-based brethren. When it comes to originality, I personally think that Nadirim has the upper edge over its browser-based kin.