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Welcome to the world of MapleStory, where a cast of unique characters can’t wait to meet you and where a portal to adventure hides in every trash can and phone booth.
Veröffentlichung: 9 Aug. 2012
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"MapleStory is an MMO where the mixture of cuteness and a serious RPG feel has harmoniously mixed itself into one interesting game."
"MapleStory continues to break its own records as more and more players continue to fall in love with its vibrant art style, exciting action-themed gameplay and compelling lore..."
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“MapleStory is hands down one of the best free-to-play MMORPGs of all time.”

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This summer, role-play as your favorite Sengoku characters in the new Hieizan Temple! Take on this challenging new dungeon, guarded by the Princess No, as Kanna or Hayato, or their friend and ally Ayame. Once you've reigned supreme, try out the new high-level area of Kritias! Hunt Commanders and Minion Monsters to earn Kritias Points and Kritias Coins, then trade them in for Lv. 150 earrings, shoulders, and glove equips.

Jett is getting an upgrade, with a completely revamped set of skills, a new secondary weapon, and an increase to HP! With an expanded intro, you'll get a deeper insight into the backstory of MapleStory's favorite bounty hunter. But that's not all! Class is in session at Maple Leaf High and Mr. Schrodinger needs your help! Fight your way through classrooms, completing quests along the way. Collect Model Student Candy and exchange it for brand-new totems and pocket items.

It's monster hunting time! During the Bounty Hunter Event, you'll find Wanted posters for infamous monsters all over Maple World. Collect their bounties and you could receive sunglasses, rings, necklaces and earrings, plus special medals and badges. Want a break from bounty hunting? Collect Pearlescent Clamshells from monsters in the Clam Shell Attendance Check Event to earn various scrolls, plus a Character Slot Expansion Coupon!

Über das Spiel

Wuuuusch! Lassen Sie die Realität hinter sich und betreten sie die Welt von MapleStory, in der eine Reihe von einzigartigen Charakteren es nicht abwarten können, Sie kennenzulernen, wo sich ein neues Abenteuer in jedem Abfalleimer und jeder Telefonzelle verbirgt und wo Sie und Ihre Freunde sich Ihre Charaktere je nach Belieben zuschneiden können.
Wählen Sie Ihre Eigenschaften, statten Sie Ihre Charaktere aus und treffen Sie neue Freunde. Wagen Sie sich dann in die Maple World, wo Sie Riesenschlangen, laufenden Pilzen, dem Pinguin-Königtum und sprechenden Speeren entgegentreten, MapleStory sprudelt vor bizarren Abenteuern--fliegende Luftschiffe, Untergrundwiderstände, Zeitreisen und vieles mehr!


  • Anpassung Ihrer Fähigkeiten

    Wählen Sie aus über einem Dutzend Klassen und feintunen Sie diese in ausgeklügelten, jedoch einfach bedienbaren Fähigkeitsbäumen. Sie können jederzeit eine neue Klasse ausprobieren.
  • Kleiden Sie sich nach Herzenslaune

    Wählen Sie aus tausenden von Gegenständen--von Pooh-Sticks über Hubschrauber bis dämonischen Haustiere--um Ihren Spiele-Charakter das besondere Etwas zu verleihen.
  • Spielen Sie mit Freunden

    Treten Sie gemeinsam gegen Monster, Höhlen und Rätsel an und leveln Sie Ihren Charakter schnell vom aufkeimenden Anfänger zum weltoffenen Veteran!
  • Lassen Sie die Langeweile hinter sich

    Dank der stetig weiterwachsenden Liste an Quests und Events werden Sie immer eine Aufgabe haben und dabei die lebhafte, atmende Welt der MapleStory bestaunen.


    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP oder höher
    • Prozessor: Pentium 4 oder vergleichbar
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Grafikkarte mit 128 MB oder höher
    • Festplatte: Mind. 6 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Andere Anforderungen: Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP oder höher
    • Prozessor: Pentium Dual-Core oder vergleichbar
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: GeForce FX5000 / ATI Radeon 9600 oder höher (Beliebige Grafikkarte mit Shadermodel 2.0 oder höher)
    • Festplatte: Mind. 6 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Andere Anforderungen: Breitband-Internetverbindung
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159 von 196 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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I have no idea if Steam will say at all if I've played Maplestory but I promise you all I have put a lot of time into this game and absolutely loved every minute. Unfortunately Maplestory just became completely uninteresting since I've tried to relive it. And it makes me really sad. Maplestory originally had the classes we all see in every MMO (no matter how hard other MMO's try to make it different) and of course also like every MMO it started off simple. One big difference of course was the fact that it was a 2D sidescrolling MMOPRG and it's done so beautifully. You can make different faces at people depending on how you feel which was really fun before the cliche "lol" and "lmao" texts we all now universally know. Getting weapons was also a little more unique since most MMO's just milk weapons. Now a lot of MMORPG's have bows with unlimited arrows and guns with unlimited bullets. Maplestory made you buy arrows and throwing stars/shuriken if you wanted to be a ranged class. And Mesos (Maplestory currency) was hard to come by at low levels making it even more challenging since you had to actually ask for money from time to time.

When I originally loved this amazing piece of gaming art you had to use a taxi to get to different cities (which you still do at least) and use flying boats to get to different continents. This was a huge deal because it allowed you to just settle down for a short time and actually talk to people; and listen to music along the way. Now this is not the case. There were no overpowered and annoyingly voice acted 'Hero' classes that literally kill everything in their paths with ease. You really had to work to get more powerful back then and you also needed to manually know what your stats needed to be for your class. Maplestory added more powerful classes over time but they were never 'Hero' status. Yes they got more powerful due to their unique skills compared to the default classes; however you still needed to start off as a default class and work your way into the more unique class you selected and leveling was still just as hard for you as the rest.

The music is still the same Maplestory anime music I know and love. I just wish it could be heard with the game I knew and loved. For all you new players out there reading this review it'll mean close to nothing probably. To shorten what I just said: Maplestory used to be a surprisingly vast game filled with lots of social opportunity and hours upon hours of questing and leveling. It's a shell of its former self now. This does not mean I say it's a bad game. It's still good and worth the try. But unfortunately you have missed the golden age that was Maplestory. It's all milked down and I can't recommend it in its state now. What used to take a couple weeks to a month takes less than a day now. Bosses that originally required a full team can easily be defeated solo and the monsters that were originally intimidating and powerful are powerless. The challenge is gone. I will miss you Maplestory.
Verfasst: 20 Mai 2014
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Find fork taped to stick
kill snails
become the most skilled hunter in exsitance
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The Koreans have taken me

Please send help
Verfasst: 3 Mai 2014
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I've been playing this game for 8 years now, it ruined my life.
Highly suggested.

Edit: NEW on steam, played before
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This game is all about 12 year old kids getting married using their parents credit card.
Verfasst: 2 Juli 2014
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MapleStory was one of the first MMORPG titles I've had the chance of playing, besides Runescape Classic (which was a looong time ago).

After a revisit of this game (after many years of on and off playing), as well as THOUSANDS of dollars spent, I cannot say I am willing to recommend this game.

FIrstly, MapleStory is one of the few 2D side-scrolling MMORPGs that try to mix 'cute' and 'breathtaking' together, and at times, they do it very well. Some landscapes are huge, the original lore and locations were very well done, and one can be trapped in the game's beauty for long periods of time. Heck, even getting lost in that game was fun. However, with the changes as of the last two to three years, a lot of the beauty has been lost. In order to cater to the broader generation of players who demand instant gratification, they have changed out most of the old expansive locations and replaced them with compacted versions - so that players can traverse the world much more quickly. However, by doing so, they've stuffed all the game's content into the newer maps, which makes most of the world appear small and claustrophobic.

The music score for this game is wonderful. Whether you're inside the forests of Ellinia, or exploring the depths of Ludibrium, the background music really amplifies the mystery and beauty the game world is trying to become.

The original MapleStory had a handful of classes, and each of them were unique, but overall balanced. Now, each large 'class update' seems to focus on newer 'Hero' characters, most who severely outclass the older counterparts in terms of damage and flashiness. In fact, there are so many different 'Heroes' nowadays, it saddens me to say that you'll rarely run into the older classes anymore, except in the case of Legacy worlds.

The Cash Shop isn't all too great either. In addition to the standard cosmetic items and EXP boosts that one would commonly find in Free-2-Play MMOs, there are also items which give you in game currency, some which would offer you lowered failure chances when upgrading items. The latter gives players who spend a huge lead over players who don't, and this is made obvious by the overly high prices those items fetch on the marketplace.

Combine that with a marketplace that doesn't let players open one without forking cash (and depending on how much cash you're willing to spend, it also determines whether you'll have to stay logged in to sell items)(players are only able to trade, so they'll have to solicit people in the market entrances) and a bad support team, I truly cannot recommend this game to anyone. MapleStory's golden days are long gone, and what's left is a carcass of what was once a masterpiece.
Verfasst: 25 November 2013
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