Project Nomads is described as 'computer game by Radon Labs released in 2002. It is set on the fictional planet Aeres, a fantastic world of gigantic floating islands, which are the remnants of the planet from before it exploded'. There are more than 10 games similar to Project Nomads for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Wine and Steam. The best alternative is The Elder Scrolls. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Runescape or MegaGlest. Other Project Nomads like games are The Witcher (Paid), Fable (Paid), Guild Wars (Paid) and SpellForce (Paid).
The Witcher is a series of games created by or based on a license from CD PROJEKT RED. The series is based on the novel series of The Witcher by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. Represent entire series of The Witcher games including The Witcher (2007), The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (2011), The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015).
The Fable series takes place in the fictional nation of Albion, a state that, at the time of the first game, is composed of numerous autonomous city-states with vast areas of countryside or wilderness in between.
Very successful MMORPG with no monthly fees. PvE and PvP, heavily instantiated. Manageable heroes for your party as well as hero-NPCs. 8-skill-deck and attributes, changeable in every outpost to adjust Skills to play-style, team and preference. Represent entire series of Guild Wars games including Guild Wars, Guild Wars 2.
Runescape is the most popular free MMO in the world, by Jagex Games Studio. Complete quests and win enormous treasures in a 3D world full of magic and monsters- all while never leaving your internet browser.
SpellForce is a combination real-time strategy and role-playing video game. The game takes place in a broken world called Eo that was torn apart by a ritual called the Convocation. Represent entire series of SpellForce games.
Sudeki is an action role-playing game developed by Climax Studios and initially published by Microsoft Game Studios as an Xbox exclusive in 2004. It was later ported to Microsoft Windows, released by Zoo Digital Publishing.