Poisonville – GTA Style Action MMORPG.

Poisonville which is developed by Bigpoint is a Java based MMORPG Browser game that uses the FREE jmonkey engine

Poisonville is heavily inspired by GTA, here you also can steal cars,drive motorcycles, fly helicopters, shoot people, complete missions, buy stuff, rob stuff and off course go to strip clubs to spend the stuff 😉

Poisonville’s development budget was around 1 Million Euros which is seen in the impressive for a web based game screenshots.
It’s the first browser based game that uses motioncapturing for animation
The game offers high quality texture and models and at the same time requires only 64k Internet connection to work fluently.
The game will be free to play buy paying costumers can achieve the same goals faster.
The game is currently in closed beta.

Poisonville is a “Free Roaming Action MMORPG” running directly from a browser without additional plugins or downloads.

Poisonville is a fictional american city where crime and corruption are daily business. The city is divided between four gangs who crave for domination and the Police has a hard to time to keep the order, mostly because they’ve been paid to look the other way.

The player returns after 10 years to regain reputation and respect within his old gang but also to make new connections and friends.

Heists, Deliveries, Retrieval and Neutralize Missions are just a few of the “jobs” the player can accept and fulfill using all kinds of vehicles from bike and choppers over jetskis, cars and trucks – the support of his/her gangmembers always asured as long as the karma stays positive. The players actions and behaviour are taken into account when it comes to reputation and respect within Poisonville.

The players appearance also plays a big role when it comes to reputation: the better you dress, the better your chances to get the more classy jobs and the higher the interest of the opposite sex.

Screenshots :







jmonkey engine forum thread


  1. richs-lxh October 6, 2009 11:12 am 

    Great review Max, for what looks like a very interesting game indeed. Those screenshots look awesome.
    I’ll definitely be checking this one out.


  2. djsroknrol October 6, 2009 3:06 pm 

    Nice looking game Max…I’ll be checking this one out as well. Thanks for the write-up.

  3. Maxim Bardin October 6, 2009 3:10 pm 

    Actually it isn’t a review.
    I wrote only one review on this blog at this time (Mystic Mines).

    The game has to come out first to review it 😉

  4. richs-lxh April 3, 2011 5:01 pm 

    I see that a year and a half later this game still isn’t available.

  5. Maxim Bardin April 3, 2011 6:48 pm 

    Sadly you are correct, the official game website is down at this time and I don’t know what is the current status of the game and what the future holds.

  6. ian June 1, 2013 10:50 pm 

    and now its like 4 years later and i dont think this game is availible yet but if it is send me a link please

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