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Summary: Perfect World Malaysian Client v1.26
Date: 01 Oct 07
Filename: PerfectWorld_ENG_FullClientv126.exe
Size: 2.2GB (2,373,172,858 bytes)
Downloads: 415902
Last Download: 1 hours ago
More info: http://www.perfectworld.com.my/features.asp
Description:
Limestone caves, rainforests and desserts are just an example of the amazing scenery that God has created in this amazing world of ours. On the other hand, the Great Wall of China, the Summer Palace, SuZhou Classical Gardens, the Eiffel Tower, the Musee du Louvre and the Sydney Opera House demonstrate how truly creative and skilled human beings can be.

Due to modernisation, humans no longer live up in trees but in comfortable houses and apartments. In Perfect World, players can even create his or her ideal home and even go on to create their own territories and surrounding terrain.

Have you ever dreamed about staying in a lush green valley, or next to a serene lake? On top of that, how about deciding where you want trees or grass to grow? Indeed there is almost no limitation to what you can achieve in Perfect World. You can design your favorite terrain along with all the vegetation and geographical features to go along with it such as rivers, lakes and mountains.

Let your creativity loose and make your territory as comfortable or as imaginative as possible then invite your friends over.
MD5 Sum: 87e53e7a877ca0959071ce6695958b9b
SHA1 Sum: c013f9f3b472118e282f7facb87b531ec4662e28
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