Enter to win a copy of Wild Terra from Juvty and Massively OP!

Indie sandbox MMORPG Wild Terra (official site, Steam) has been in early access since December, a nostalgia-driven medieval sim that allows players to build up settlements (and then tear them down!). Most recently, it’s released update 8.35, which introduces what the team is calling turnkey, ready-built player home kits to make town and fort setup that much easier.

Developer Juvty Worlds has issued Massively OP 270 keys for the game, worth $14.99 apiece on Steam, to distribute to our readers. There are no regional restrictions, other than the caveat is that the game must be available to you on Steam for you to use the key. Read on to enter to win!

For this giveaway, we’ll be using Rafflecopter to count the entries for us. You can earn entries in the giveaway by completing different steps in Rafflecopter; the question field is mandatory, but following us on Twitter, tweeting about this giveaway, and leaving us a comment are optional and result in more entries. Rafflecopter uses javascript, so you’ll need to enable it to see the entry widget below:

270 winners selected at random from the total of entries submitted to Rafflecopter will be contacted via email by Massively Overpowered to receive one code for Wild Terra on Steam. Entrants are subject to our official contest and giveaway rules. Entries will be accepted until the giveaway’s end on Monday, September 11th, at 12:00 a.m. EDT (midnight Sunday night). We’ll draw the winners and send out keys and redemption instructions by Monday evening EDT, so make sure you’ve submitted a working email address in Rafflecopter.

Have fun and good luck, everyone!

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Aelzen
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Aelzen

Posting to say thanks. Won a key, installing now.

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Diego Velásquez

Combat systems and also optimization, also, a good way to make yourself a market.

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Lucas Ribeiro

very cool

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Pi Er

Low playerbase and limited budget.

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Sulean Barros

Combat System is generally poor.

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KidOnTheVERGE

What’s the most irritating thing about sandbox MMOs? Sandbox MMOs stick too closely to themepark norms of character development—they focus on PvP, but do not take the core of competitive gaming to heart. They encourage society building but don’t facilitate it through non-game-mechanical social tools.

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Tim Alexander

Oh god what have I gotten myself into, I can already tell this is one of those games im gonna get glued to…

kofteburger
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kofteburger

As for “What’s the most irritating thing about sandbox MMOs?” I often can’t find something to do without a clear direction.

kofteburger
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kofteburger

I always think Wild Terra is a cross between Wildstar and Tera.

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Dystopiq

Another giveaway! Thanks!

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Krakatau

Why not…I need something to play…

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vrumor

First time ive commented here. Ive got well over 1000 hours in this game since May when I bought it. Im a fan. But I thought id share some of the game with you. It needs players. That really is my only complaint. It needs players. If you played UO, I did, you will enjoy the atmosphere of this game. It isnt exactly the same, but it has that feel. There is no magic.
Its touted as a PvP sandbox, it is, but it also has PvE servers, which have larger populations than the PvP servers do. I cannot speak for the PvP servers, but I do know there are sieges weekly, they are set at a certain time every week so you can defend your base or team up with others to attack a base.
Its crafting heavy, the main premise is to claim some land, build a base and then upgrade it until you have the castle sized dominium. It now has premade housing and special buildings with crafting bonuses. They are adding special bonuses with guild castle ownership.
Collecting materials is relaxing to me here. Almost everything you find will be useful at some point. So if that is your thing, try this game. There is a lot more of course, but the game really only needs players. Win a key, buy a key, try it. It can be refunded, but stick with it for a week and youll be hooked.

Aelzen
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Aelzen

You may have sold me on it. If I fail to win a key, I’ll likely buy one.

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NeoWolf

You enter..and then you see no open to anywhere outside the U.S… *sigh*…AGAIN…

Emmanuel Carabott
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Emmanuel Carabott

Spirit of the law vs the rule of law…. I understand the idea behind having oversight to ensure people arent cheated out of their money trough rigged contests and such but gees I cant understand why they cant do a simple exception for contests that have no entry fee. Then again maybe its more about the collected fee then its protecting people… who knows!

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NeoWolf

I played UO and the Ultimas before there was a UO, lots of fun.

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wratts

I never played UO, but the look and what I’ve heard about it strongly remind me of what I’ve heard of UO. Fair comparison?

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squidgod2000

Yep, though UO (back in the good old days) didn’t have ability bars and stuff.

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zeko_rena

I thought that was Jon Snow for a second

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