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Top 10 No Autoplay MMORPGs For Android and iOS That you can play in 2023

Hey, gamers! Welcome back to GamingAtMax. Today, we're diving deep into the thrilling world of MMORPGs on the go. Now, I've covered a lot of top MMORPGs list previously but this time though, we're gonna be talking about 10 MMORPGs for Android and ios that don't feature AUTOPLAY. Games where your skills truly count and the victory isn't won by just hitting the 'auto' button.

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10. LifeAfter

Life After's a survival MMORPG where you're a survivor of a zombie apocalypse. You make your character, find shelter, build defenses, team up, and fight off monsters.

You can craft your own tools using stuff you find like rocks, hemp, and wood. Make axes, knives, traps whatever you need to survive.

Life After stands out from other survival games like Last Day on Earth because it has a full backstory and complex characters. The game world is huge and detailed with lots of different terrain to explore.

Life After is a top-notch survival game. Its great 3D graphics, online options to team up with other players, and the chance to play at your own pace make it really fun.

9. World of Prandis

World of Prandis is a free-to-play fantasy MMORPG for mobile devices with adorable anime-inspired graphics and a seamless open world.

While you adventure and explore, you can go on raids, do dungeons, take part in PvP, engage in crafting, and much, much more!

One of the things I like about this MMO is that You'd be given a free mount to start that unlocks flying at 30 for free and is easy to control
World of Prandis is a true MMORPG for players who like games that let you attack while moving, explore while flying in a vast world, for players who like games that don't play themselves, and a lot more.

8. Undawn

Undawn is the new zombie survival MMORPG from Tencent and Lightspeed & Quantum Studios. It's pretty much the same as LifeAfter though this one is new.

Through spectacular graphics, this title promises immersion in an open world that is being destroyed by zombies and other extremely dangerous creatures. You need to work with your teammates to shoot and destroy all the enemies in different locations while trying to survive in this hostile environment.

While exploring this vast open world, you need to take the lead in completing missions and use your weapons to defeat evil in an intense cooperative mode. Testing out each character's abilities can lead to surprises and unlock new items to aid you in your battles.

This is a great game for players who love to play zombie survival games on a massive online scale.

7. AdventureQuest 3D

MMOs are traditionally experiences that take years to complete, but this isn't always the case. If you're looking for an MMO you can complete before the heat death of the universe, give Adventure Quest a whirl. By playing a couple of hours every other day, you'll reach the max level within a year. You won't find large-scale PvP battles or massive quest lines here. Instead, you get a funny, straightforward, relaxed MMO.

Monetization isn't a big part of this game. Like all MMOs, there are options to pay for various classes and cosmetics, but there aren't any pay-to-win mechanics. If you're looking for a fun, casual MMO or have never played an MMO, this is an ideal start.

6. Chimeraland

Chimeraland is an MMORPG where you dive into a big open world teeming with all kinds of creatures and monsters. What's cool about this game is it lets you explore a whole planet - on foot, by water, or in the air. It's a game that really pulls you in and pushes your skills with weapons and attacks to the limit, so you can stay alive.

In a game like this, it's normal to do stuff like making weapons and building homes for your character. You get to pick if you want to live by a mountain or a river. In Chimeraland, what happens to your character depends on the choices you make all the time.

5. Runescape

Despite being less popular than its Old School counterpart, RuneScape is a regularly updated MMO that offers plenty of content for you to sink your time into. In recent years, it's pivoted to more active gameplay, cutting down on the grind that has characterized RuneScape for so long. It's a nice balance between grind and action, but overall it's one of the most casual games on this list.

RuneScape has undergone massive changes over its life, which is good or bad, depending on where you stand. However, if you're looking for a casual MMO that is forgiving to new players, you can't do much better than RuneScape.

4. Toram online

Toram Online is a refreshingly open MMO that encourages exploration and customization. It doesn't limit you to classes or skill trees, and beautiful panoramic vistas are a reward in their own right. The graphics of Toram aren't groundbreaking, but the world is designed to bring out the best in them.

It utilizes an interesting melding of both a turn-based combat system and tab-target, creating an interesting hybrid combat system you don’t typically find in MMOs.

3. Eve Echoes

Eve Echoes is a refreshing twist on the traditional MMO formula. Rather than finding yourself plonked into another fantasy world full of Orcs and Elves, you're given a starship and told, "Good luck!" It's designed to be a sandbox from the ground up, so you can experiment and explore from the start. It's a complex MMO, the polar opposite of Adventure Quest, but unlike its bigger brother Eve Online, you won't need spreadsheets.

However, for veterans of Eve Online, it's hard to recommend. It cuts out a lot of features that, while fantastic for the mobile gaming experience, will be sorely missed by those players. Still, this is a must-play for those who want a fun space-themed MMO.

2. Tower of Fantasy

Tower of Fantasy is a free-to-play, open-world, action RPG developed by Hotta Studio. If you've played Genshin Impact, you'd be familiar with how this game looks.

It's an anime-inspired Sci-fi MMORPG set in the far future on the extraterrestrial planet "Aida", contaminated with a mysterious but potent radioactive energy called Omnium after a cataclysm that nearly wiped out human civilization and mutated the ecology of the planet.

Like in a lot of RPGs, you play as someone who can't remember anything, just showing up in a little town that helps you get used to the world around you.

The gameplay is extremely fluid and fun and offers plenty of variety which can keep players well entertained throughout the many hours of gameplay.
If you're thinking of picking up an anime-themed MMO that has no autoplay, tower of Fantasy is a good choice.

1. Tarisland

Many of us may believe that fair play in mobile MMORPGs is a thing of the past, but the announcement of Tarisland completely dispels that notion. 

Hyped as a non-pay-to-win MMO and coming with cross-platform capability, the game takes place in a world that combines technology and fantasy elements.

The developers promised that game will not have any type of pay-to-win elements and autoplay mechanics which definitely gave hope to us Mobile MMO enthusiasts

Tarisland is an MMORPG for mobile and pc that is inspired by World of Warcraft. In the game, you travel a huge world with your friends and defeat all kinds of powerful enemies.

The game just recently had its technical beta testing and is moving towards the close beta test phase which will be on June 27th for Brazil, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Philippines.

And that wraps up our top 10 best no-autoplay MMORPG to play in 2023! I hope I was somehow able to bring something good to you my fellow mobile gamers, If I was, please hit the like and subscribe button for more gaming content like this.

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