At first glance, Dofus looks like a game that might be played by a 4-year-old; however, the gamplay itself is fairly interesting. Unlike most MMORPGs, Dofus offers a turn-based strategy view point, where each player takes turns and casts various spells to defeat the enemy. There are 11 different classes available, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, and there is also the option of subscribing for a period of time for added benefits and another character class. The mechanics are fairly simple, and there are few bugs throughout the game. For the most part, however, those who do not pay to play the game will quickly lose interest, as leveling and powering up becomes more difficult. Only a small portion of the world or Amakna is available to free players, which is enough to get them through a couple of levels. Overall, this game is worth a try, as the wide variety of classes and the different professions increase the playability factor. It's recommended that you have a couple of dollars set aside to subscribe, however, in order to fully enjoy the game.