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Thirty minutes into Wartune and my thoughts aren't on my character or the world around me. Instead, they're centered on this: how on earth has a game like this existed for so long without drawing the ire of Blizzard Entertainment?
Bullish humanoids in vaguely Native American-garb called "Taurens" stomp around menacing the countryside, and globules signifying your health and mana appear lifted pixel by pixel from the Diablo series. It's a good thing that Wartune is kind of fun, or it'd be easy to dismiss it as a cheap knockoff of better titles.
Wartune styles itself as an MMORPG of sorts, and while it's certainly no World of Warcraft or Guild Wars 2, it does a decent job of justifying the moniker for a lightweight browser game on Facebook (or off).
Dungeons and the occasional world boss spice up the core experience, and talent trees and visually impressive skills pepper the leveling journey.