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Developed by JoyImpact for Windows.


Aika Online is an epic fantasy MMORPG.  Five nations vie against one another for control of Arcan in massive castle sieges, relic thefts, and customized battlegrounds, waging war on a scale never before seen in an MMORPG.  Considerable treasures and blessings await the most powerful nation in Aika, with each nation ruled by a player Lord Marshal whose supreme power is supported by a guild regime. Designed to re-imagine the "massively" in MMORPG, Aika presents three major PvP modes which run the gamut from small skirmishes to 1000 vs. 1000 warfare. This comprehensive PvP system is unique among current MMORPGs for its gigantic scope, and it is this element - along with a fantastically detailed world and sweeping storyline - which has earned the game many enthusiastic reviews for its quality of play.

With over 1,000 quests, hundreds of monsters, and 15 gorgeously rendered areas, Aika holds its own as a thrilling single-player experience. However, it is the depth of the PvP system that sets this game apart. The world of Aika features five nations - each possessing its own distinct personality and populated by thousands - which, along with a comprehensive guild system, lays the groundwork for truly epic military clashes. Guilds and nations may ally with each other in exciting Castle Sieges to gain control of a nation and lord over its subjects, while entire nations may scheme with and against each other to win wars with glory, treasure, and powerful ability enhancements at stake.


Aika's creations
Before time began, the great goddess Aika created the land of Arcan, a world she hoped would become a utopia for all who inhabited it. To people this gentle land, Aika fashioned the Scinic, a kind and just race who cared for Arcan and preserved the harmony with which the Goddess had infused their birth. After three centuries, however, the Scinic grew restless and disenchanted with the complacency of their existence. The Scinic elders blamed Aika for the lack of purpose which gnawed at the very core of their society, corrupting the goodness which lay within them. They wished only to sleep under Arcan’s fertile ground until a time in which their lives could have more meaning, a request the Goddess granted, albeit sorrowfully.

Aika, in her wisdom, recognized that she had failed in her first attempt to create the perfect creatures to live in harmony on the world she had brought out of nothingness. She set out to correct her error in the genesis of the Humans, a race whose inherent balance of good and evil would inspire the meaningful struggle which the Scinic had so sorely missed in their peaceful lives. Human civilization thrived, but soon Aika learned that her second creation was also flawed. Arcan, her first and most precious creation, was quickly becoming overrun by Humankind’s hatred and destruction.

Angered and embittered by the Humans’ excesses, Aika vowed to create a race which would cleanse the land of its defilement. It was in this unhappy state that she conceived the Zereca, a race of arbiters to act as judge, jury, and executioner for the Humans. She desperately imbued her third creation with fragments of her own limitless essence--the better to overpower those whom they were destined to preserve or condemn. The Goddess released the Zereca upon Arcan... and prayed.

The retreat to the sky
Tika grew weary from her many efforts to devise a faultless world. She watched, horrified, as the Zereca ran bloodthirsty with power, bringing the Humans close to extinction and forcing them to hide in fear. Filled with remorse, she realized that there was no hope for the Zereca, a race created in anger, and that she must somehow shield the Humans from impending doom. She called upon the Great Prophet Giovanni of the Humans to command a mass exodus to the region of Lakia. With her remaining power, she lifted Lakia and the survivors upon it into the sky, away from the predations of the Zereca. Heartsick and spent, Aika fell into a deep sleep, and the fragments of her own power within the Zereca caused them to share her slumber.

The Awakening
Three hundred years have passed and the Humans have prospered upon Lakia, the land of the sky. Trouble lurks across the horizon, however, as both Aika and the Zereca have begun to stir from their repose. The Zereca, although still in a weakened state, have already begun to spread darkness over Arcan in preparation for their full awakening. In response, Aika has commissioned her own chosen emissaries among the Humans--a class known as the Aitan --to protect their race from harm. She has further created Pran, fairy familiars with elemental powers, to aid the Aitan.

And so begins Aika’s awakening, and the final war for Arcan...


Towering, brutal, and relentless, the Warrior wields two-handed swords with unsurpassed strength. The Warrior's primary attributes are Strength and Constitution, with it's secondary attribute being Physical Attack.

The Paladin is a pillar of support and a very well-rounded class, particularly with regards to defensive might. The Paladin's primary attributes are Strength and Physical Defense, with it's secondary attribute being Constitution.

Precise. Stealthy. Fatal. The Rifleman’s well-aimed bullets barrel out of the shadows, piercing armor and dealing massive critical damage. The Rifleman's primary attributes are Agility, with it's secondary attributes being Physical Attack.

Dual Gunner
Need more firepower? The Dual Gunner is your class. Bold, agile, and elegant, she cleans up any and all comers with a hail of deadly bullets from the two pistols she draws faster than a blink. The Dual Gunner's primary attributes are Physical Attack, with it's secondary attributes being Agility.

The brilliant, powerful Warlock is a master of offensive magic, especially of the dark variety. The Warlock's primary attributes are Magic Attack, Magic Defense and Intelligence, with it's secondary attributes being Luck.

Those who overlook the Cleric due to her small stature and cheeky charm do so at their own peril. The Priest's primary attributes are Magic Attack and Intelligence, with it's secondary attributes being Magic Defense and Luck.


The perils of your long journey require the assistance of a devoted partner. This companion should act not only as a reliable sidekick in battle, but also as a close friend.
The Pran fits both descriptions with ease as she casts helpful spells on you and grows to trust you over many interactions. She is your fairy familiar! When your character reaches level 7 a quest becomes available to you at the Flour Mill to get your pran.

Your Pran comes to you as a newly (hatched?) fairy and grows along with you. Killing monsters and completing quests - as long as your Pran is out cheering you on - will provide your Pran with experience of its own and allow her to level up alongside you. Prans don't stay in their infant fairy forms forever though: when your Pran hits certain level benchmarks, it evolve into a curious child, a maturing teenager and finally an adult companion fit to travel with in your adventures in the world of Laika.


Battlegrounds is one of the three major PvP modes in Aika. Using the Lobby window, you can enter an existing “room” or create one of your own.

The creator of a Battlefield instance caters the upcoming conflict to his liking, choosing the size of teams as well as the game mode. The scope of these battles ranges from 6 vs. 6 to 24 vs. 24, making Battlegrounds the smallest-scale PvP mode in Aika. Battlegrounds modes available in the first CB is limited to Deathmatch, which is a race between two teams to a target number of kills in a specified time frame, but more modes will be included later on.

Battlegrounds is an interesting and unique part of Aika because it doesn't involve your Nation. The incentives are personal: your kills grant you honor points which you can redeem for high level weapons and armor, and if you lead your team to victory you gain more experience and gold. Together with Aika's larger-scale types of warfare, Battlegrounds extends the spectrum of Lakian PvP capabilities to offer fun experiences to all kinds of players, no matter what their PvP preferences.


OS: Windows  XP / Vista
CPU: 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or better.
RAM: 512 MB
HDD: 2 GB Free
Graphics Card: Nvidia FX 5200 or better

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13 Comentarios de Aika Online

  1. tunedoutt

    The graphics in this game are quite bad

  2. RandolphCarter

    Actually the graphics really aren’t bad at all. They’re on par with much more expensive MMOs.

  3. Bobby

    Games alright if you can afford to spend a couple hundred dollars on a weapon. An average weapon at that. Game has many bugs and Non active GMs. The hardest part of playing this game was trying to communicate with other players. Chat is flooded with bot spammers advertising, it is actually imposible to talk to anyone in the game.

  4. Neil

    Game has quite nice graphics, movement is a little clunky, attacks/spells are a bit delayed for me and crappy. Each class is gender locked which is gay. I wanted to be a tank (Paladin in Aika), and its a bloody female wtf. Customisation is basic also, theres like 5-6 HairStyles, Colour, FaceTypes to choose. I just really didnt like this game for all reason above, mainly the movement and attacks. Typical ftp mmo, grindfest at about lvl 48+

  5. Tim

    This game is brutally expensive and hardly anyone plays it. Hardly worth playing.

  6. Jason

    This game stole $200 from me then wouldnt respond to any of my e-mails. Complete rip off.

  7. Mary

    You always get killed by higher levels in this games not fun unless your level 70 and im assuming then its not even fun cuz everyones lower level.

    Game should have more balance so begginers can have fun and not just quest all day.

    Price of gear gets real expensive after level 50 and cost of upgrading is in the 100s of dollars. I heard of people saying they spent over $1000 on there gears. That is hard to compete with.
    For a game that claims to be free to play yet has no way to make money in game except cash shop I think free to play is a lie.

    There is so many gold seller I have trouble talking to people in game. My chat is just flooded with gold sellers.

  8. ach

    I only play Aika about 3 days a week. Yes, there is a bit of a learning curve, but there are PLENTY of people online to help you out and the guilds are always welcoming and kind! There are constant raids and defending, with Archons that care! I dont know who is spending real money on this game because this game does and will provide you with everything you need.

  9. Absinesa

    Who ever spent actual money on this game is lazy. All Items needed for a weapon can be found in game. $200 on a weapon?! Try the in game auction house bud, they sell TONS of stuff. You have to work at getting good gear, that is part of the fun. The accomplished feeling you get when your gear glows is great. As for nobody being on, there are tons of people on, you must be in a low populated nation, read up on the forums for nation populations because some do have a lot more than others. I have been playing for three months and have not come across a single bot. People will shout about selling items, but you can just as easily turn the shout chat off. Join a guild, join a highly populated nation, and you’ll really enjoy this game. Guild mates and the wiki page will help you with the learning curve. This game is great.

  10. POOP

    Y’all know shit about this game. You dont need to spend $1 to even get a good weapon. I’ve been playing this game for 1 yr and i havent wasted a single dollar and i can still compete. @Bobby- You said not being able to chat because of spammers. 1)The GMs do care, that’s why there is a block list. 2)ALOT of people do play, although you’re probably one of those scared shits that hide in PvE channel to know that. @Mary-You don’t need to be level 70 to kill other people. In fact, you dont even have to kill. “A stun is a stun, a slow is a slow, a sleep is a sleep.” One damage is still one damage. You still make a difference. The game is pretty balanced. In the beginning its not only questing. You make friends, get a guild, do arena, dungeons, and bunches of shit more…

  11. Jlogan640

    Aika Online is great in my opinion. It has an amazing PvP system and I cannot wait for Epic II: Exodus to come out on the 10th. The many different types of armor sets and honour sets amaze me. The GM’s are helpful and the customer support is easy to use and very helpful. I like the idea of 5 different nations and the battling and alliances between them. The people in-game are nice and the Auction House is quite useful. I also enjoy the having more than one PvP mode. In Aika there is Relic Wars, Castle Seige, and Aitan Arena. They are all amazing fun and I’m glad I found Aika. 10/10

  12. Darclord

    Aika online at first seemed to be OK when i first started back in 10/2010. I felt Wow was the real deal..Wow may have good qualities and that their Pvp no one can compair until I played Aika.where your entire nation can defend..arena, battlegrounds.. I am very impressed with Aika pvp set up. I have been playing i would say for about 4 months and Ive spent $30 to be honest..Although, now I leearned what is hot in AH I just grind it out and learn to appreciate the game and earned my gear and weapon.. You will appreciate it more..Guilds are great to join and the community so far is great even the annoying ppl are funny…Wow, ppl were just plain rude and obnoxious..If you are tired of playing with wowo morons play Aika for free. I am glad I came back to play Aika exodus II.

  13. DeadWhale

    Man, this game is actually is pretty fun and the graphics are better then other mmo’s that i played. And actually this game never lagged my computer to a point of rage as bad as other mmo’s when using low settings cuz of my crappy graphic card and ISP, with that in mind, the graphics are still great on low settings and I’m able to play the game smoothly. I haven’t tried PvP yet but I will, just worried about any lag that might occur.

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