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Saturday, July 2nd 2022, 9:01am

A variety of video games have encouraged aspiring developers to make their own

Jagex recently announced that it has reached an agreement with indie game developer Outlier Games to publish the studio's debut game, spaceship management roguelike This Means Warp RuneScape Gold. The game will be released for PC via Steam Early Access on March 17.Designed with multiplayer and replayability in mind, This Means Warp encourages players to be strategic and cooperate in hectic, combative space battles in real time, and adopt shrewd strategies as they navigate their spacecraft through the hostile, procedurally engineered universe.

Drawing inspiration from roguelikes such as FTL in addition to party games such as Overcooked this Means Warp sees players control crew members onboard a ship, manning different systems, targeting weapons and conducting repairs, and ultimately charting a course through the treacherous void of space.To find out more about Jagex's publishing This Means Warp, we spoke to Outlier Games' founders Paul Froggatt and Matt Rathbun, and Lead Product Management for Jagex Robert Fox-Galassi about their thoughts about this new partnership.

Much like many indie developers our initial entry into the gaming industry came from tinkering with game ideas and programming over a long period of time, and then finally putting together something that was playable!I've had 10 years' working experience at Google before I made the decision to pivot to developing games full-time. Matt's career spans building Hollywood computer systems on film sets, as well as a stint as a player in South Korean esports and mobile game development. We couldn't be more excited to share what we've made by launching This Means Warp.

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

Melvor Idle strips away the visuals and 3D worlds of RuneScape and similar MMOs and reduces it to a simple idle game based on menus, where players manage their skills Cheap RS Gold, inventory and quests. Participating in combat battles and winning awards XP and loot that can then be put into any improvement tree players want, while repeating tasks like crafting or woodcutting yields their own benefits.
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