Caravaneer 2

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Many years ago our world was very different. The whole planet was covered with huge green plants that were so dense that the sunlight could barely reach the ground. There was clean fresh water right on the surface and myriads of animal species living everywhere. Then humans came. With their exceptional intellect and their ability to pass knowledge from generation to generation they soon built an advanced civilization that occupied the entire world displacing plants and animals. The technologies which they developed allowed them to produce more food than they could possibly eat and to protect themselves from weather and predators. These technologies made their life very comfortable and allowed them to have luxuries we can't even imagine today, but they never had enough. No matter how much they had, they could never fully satisfy their greed. They were putting all their efforts into increasing their wealth without caring about anything, but their personal profit. Soon enough their continuous gold rush brought the future they were warned about, but never cared enough to prevent. Temperatures rose killing crops and animals and there was famine. Then there were floods, hurricanes and forest fires, which were followed by terrible epidemics of long forgotten diseases and their new, even deadlier, mutations. The world became an endless desert. The human civilization that took thousands of years to build was wiped out in a blink of an eye, and the humanity itself was brought to the brink of extinction. Even though people somehow managed to adapt to the new conditions, they lost the powerful civilization that was protecting them from external dangers, and above all from each other. Without any defenses and devastated, people were dying out generation after generation, and today, the world's population is just a miserable part of what it once used to be. Some people are still trying to restore the old civilization, but their efforts are constantly frustrated by those who care about nothing, but their own immediate benefit. There are violent bands all around the desert that rob, rape and kill peaceful dwellers sometimes for no other reason, but amusement. The few remaining settlements either need to pay huge tributes and suffer continuous abuse and humiliation or to surround themselves by walls and fight raiders on daily basis, losing people and valuable resources. Traveling in the desert is extremely dangerous and communication and trade between settlements is very scarce. Economical development is almost impossible and life conditions are getting worse year after year. If there is no drastic change in the nearest future, these might be the last days of humanity. Are you up to the challenge in Caravaneer 2?

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Caravaneer 2 is an engaging rpg game that you can enjoy here on in your browser, free of charge. It has been played 10,936 times and has received a rating of 8.4 out of 10 with 55 votes. This fun action game is made with Flash technology to run in modern browsers. If you like to play the game, make sure to take a look at our other rpg games like Dynamons World and Goodgame Empire.

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