Planeshift, a free mmorpg game from Atomic Blue, has 200 quests and 12 characters that can be created. The game is based on an open source Crystal Space game engine. If you’d like to learn about the game of Planeshift, the character statistics of Planeshift, or just gameplay in general, check out the embedded links.
This will tell you about the emotes that players can use in the game to have them visually do what you’d like them to do. All of these emotes will let you character express himself/herself in a way that you’d like.
/agree – This will have your character agreeing with someone.
/angry – This has your character getting irate.
/beckon – Gives a come to me beckon call.
/beg – Beg someone in your best plea.
/blush – Getting a little flushed there?
/bored – When you really can’t take the doldrums.
/bow – A most noble act to give.
/catchbreath – Take a minute and catch your breath after a fight or run.
/charge – Rush your enemy!
/cheer – Give a bit of congratulatory cheer.
/clap – Get those hands together!
/cold – shiver and shake.
/confused – Just don’t understand?
/cough – Careful with that germ cell.
/cry – When there is sadness to portray.
/curious – Are you the inquisitive sort?
/curse – Sometimes, it’s the only emote that matters.
/dance – Bust a move.
/disappointed – When you are sad and upset.
/drink – When you are hitting the bottle.
/drunk – When you’ve been imbibing on the ale.
/duck – Don’t get hit!
/excited – Get really excited and let everyone know about it.
/fear – Scared to death?
/flee – Run away! Run away!
/followme – Lets someone know you’d like them to follow.
/glare – Give a look to kill.
/greet – A nice way to meet people.
/grin – Not quite a smile, a flirty little grin.
/hungry – When it’s time to eat.
/impatient – In a hurry?
/kiss – A sweet sign of affection.
/kneel – A noble sign of submission and honor.
/laugh – When your funny bone is tickled.
/listen – When you need to hear what’s going on.
/panic – What’s going on!!
/point – When you need to draw attention to something.
/poke – Get someone’s attention.
/ponder – When you really wonder.
/pounce – When you want to leap with surprise.
/pout – Are you not getting what you want?
/pray – Show faith.
/ready – Be on the alert and ready!
/roar – Give a hearty roar.
/shrug – Don’t care? Don’t Know? Good for both reactions.
/shy – Be coy and cute.
/sigh – Can portray a multitude of emotions.
/sleep – When all that is left is rest.
/smile – Tease someone and show them that you like them.
/salute – Show respect.
/sorry – Show your empathy.
/surprised – Wha? What was that?
/stare – When glare just isn’t enough.
/taunt – Go on, be the bully.
/thank – A nice way to say thanks to someone.
/volunteer – Lend a helping hand.
/wave – Is it a hello, or a goodbye? Works with both.
/wink – Flirty? In the know? Both works.
/yawn – Bored? Tired? Convey it all.
Planeshift Game System Requirements
1 GHz CPU
512 MB or more of RAM
64 MB 3D video card
1.0 GB free HD space
56 kbit/s or faster Internet connection
2 GHz CPU
1 GB of RAM
128 MB 3D video card
Broadband Internet connection