2K Games recently announced their plan to create a digital version of the tabletop game, bringing in thousands of new players. Other startups have been following suit with online table top games like Cryptozoic’s upcoming cat-and-mouse puzzler Adventurezator: The Celestial Cataclysm.
MMORPG stands for “Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game” and is a genre of video games that typically has large numbers of players interacting with each other in real time. The tabletop-esque MMO World Seed is Kickstarting a 2.0 version. Read more in detail here: mmorpg meaning.
We last checked in on World Seed, a new cross-platform MMO with a tabletop theme designed by a lone Swedish creator, Kim Korte, and developed under his Ape Egg firm, which has grown to include additional programmers, earlier this year. With many large-scale feature releases and expansion to new browsers and mobile devices, the game has been steadily receiving upgrades throughout the year.
Now, the firm is working on a 2.0 version of the game, which it will finance and sell via a Kickstarter campaign. “We realized throughout the creation of 2.0 that the modifications we make to the game are so significant that we should release the game as a new title,” the organization claims. “We hope to release World Seed 2.0 as an early access title next month!” The game will be released on Steam first. As the year 2022 progresses, other platforms will catch up.”
The traditional version of Ape Egg will remain available and playable, but it will not be developed further, according to Ape Egg. Old in-app purchases and account stuff (such as icons) will be carried over to the new game, but everything else will be reset.
Ape Egg’s Kickstarter campaign is modest in scope, with stretch goals for enhanced audio, PvP matching, and dynamic dungeons.
The original game is presently free to play in-browser, with a minor cost for the Steam version, so you may play it right now if you want to.
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