Tibia is a old-school free-to-play massively multiplayer online role-playing game that was released in January 1997. Sporting 2D graphics, Tibia has low system requirements making it easy for anyone with a computer to play, regardless of how outdated their PC is. Set in a medieval world, players can choose one of four classes or “vocations”: Knight, Paladin, Sorcerer, or Druid. In addition, each vocation has access to two types of magic: Instant Magic, which takes mana to use, or Rune Magic, which consumes a rune. Typical of most MMOs, Tibia features a variety of servers that focus on either PVP or PVE, where players can avoid combat against other players by adjusting a setting. CipSoft, the company behind Tibia, created a feature to help new players acclimate to the game through the use of Tutors. Tutors are players within Tibia who have displayed a willingness to help and are given the responsibility of monitoring the help chat channels to assist other players. CipSoft also works hard to make sure every vocation is balanced and releases new content every six months to expand the world. This adds more features to its already expansive list of Raids, Events, Guids, Unlimited Character Development and quests. On top of that, players are able to upgrade to a premium account which increases the features available. Premium members get access to premium-only zones, fully fleshed-out with their own quests. They also get access to a fast-travel system, an arena, new spells, extra stamina (to keep fighting longer), a loyalty system (which rewards you the longer you hold a premium account), reduced wait times to log-in on a full server, a market to sell loot, among other features. For a game that has been around for nearly twenty years, Tibia has it all and has stood the test of time.
Below you can check Tibia minimum system requirements:
OS: Windows XP or newer. Linux Compatible
CPU: Any 500 MHz CPU or better
Memory: 128 MB
Graphics Card: Any GPU that supports at least DirectX 5.0
Storage: 100 MB