Didn't know was on itchio highly recommend
A downloadable Veloren for Windows and Linux
(This is an inofficial distribution of the original game. The official website is on veloren.net)
Veloren is a multiplayer voxel RPG written in Rust. It is inspired by games such as Cube World, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Dwarf Fortress and Minecraft.
Veloren is fully open-source, licensed under GPL 3. It uses original graphics, musics and other assets created by its volunteer community. Being contributor-driven, its development community and user community is one and the same: developers, players, artists and musicians come together to develop the game.
Veloren is currently undergoing a from-scratch rewrite. The old engine is playable and is rather fun to explore, but all new development work is focussed on the new engine.
Veloren is developed by a community of volunteers that have one unifying aim: creating a bright, colourful, fun world that can be explored and interacted with in unique and interesting ways.
Below, you can find community information.
The Veloren community (both developers and players) is most active on the Veloren Discord server. You can join the server using the link below:
The Veloren website contains weekly blog updates, developer information and download links. You can find it at www.veloren.net
The website also hosts a developer manual at book.veloren.net
Veloren has its own subreddit. You can find it at reddit.com/r/veloren
Veloren has a Twitter page at twitter.com/velorenproject.
Veloren has a wiki site. It is accessible at wiki.veloren.net
|Genre||Adventure, Role Playing|
|Tags||cube-world, MMORPG, Open Source, Open World, veloren, Voxel, zelda|
|Code license||GNU General Public License v3.0 (GPL)|
|Average session||About an hour|
|Multiplayer||Server-based networked multiplayer|
Unzip the file and run veloren-oxygen.exe
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Isn't there something of some attempt to get the game to run in-browser at some point?
yet another video of Veloren:this time with battle
showing off an older version!