Melvor Idle strips away the 3D graphics and environments of RuneScape

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  • Drawing inspiration from roguelikes such as FTL along with party games like Overcooked Means Warp is a roguelike game that draws inspiration from party games like Means Warp sees players control crew members on board a ship RuneScape Gold, manning different systems, targeting weapons and conducting repairs, ultimately charting their course through the dangerous spacevoid.

    To find out more about Jagex's publication of This Means Warp, we reached out to Outlier Games' founders Paul Froggatt and Matt Rathbun, and Lead Product Manager at Jagex Robert Fox-Galassi to get their thoughts on this new collaboration.Like most indie developers, our first steps into the game industry was from playing around with game concepts and codes over a long time, before we finally came up with something that was playable!

    I've had 10 years' working experience at Google before I decided that I wanted to pursue game development full time. Matt's experience spans the creation of Hollywood computer systems for movie sets, and a brief stint with South Korean esports and mobile game development. We couldn't be more excited to show what we've built with this Means Warp.

    A number of video games have inspired an aspiring developer to make their own. It's very rare to find an original work picked up by the same company that created the original game.This, however, was the case with Brendan Malcolm, the one-man team from Australian producer Games By Malcs, whose idle RPG Melvor Idle is being published by Jagex, the creator of RuneScape -- a title that was core to Malcolm's motivation for his own game.

    Melvor Idle strips away the 3D graphics and environments of RuneScape and other similar MMOs and distills it down into a simple idle-type game, where players manage their abilities, inventory and quests. Engaging in combat or winning awards XP as well as loot that is then invested into whichever skill tree or Cheap OSRS Gold upgrades players wish to purchase, while repeating actions such as crafting and woodcutting yields their own benefits.
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