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  • Created with replayability and multiplayer in mind OSRS Gold, this Means Warp encourages players to collaborate and think strategically in chaotic, space battles in real-time, and employ shrewd strategies to navigate their spacecraft through an incredibly hostile, procedurally-generated universe.

    Drawing inspiration from roguelikes such as FTL as well as party-games like Overcooked, Means Warp is a roguelike game that draws inspiration from party games like Means Warp sees players control the crew on the ship, operating various equipment, aiming weapons, making repairs, and finally plotting a route through the tangled space.

    To find out more about Jagex's publication of This Means Warp, we have 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.

    As with many indie developers, our first steps into the game industry was from playing around with game ideas and programming over a long period of time, before we finally came up with something that was playable!

    I've had 10 years of experience at Google before I made the decision to switch to developing games full-time. Matt's work spans the construction of Hollywood computer systems for movie sets, as well as a stint working in South Korean esports and mobile game development. We couldn't be more thrilled to share the progress we've made through This Means Warp.

    A variety of video games have been a source of inspiration for aspiring developers to create their own. It's not often that you'll see an original work picked up by the same company that created the original game.

    However, this was the case with Brendan Malcolm, the one-man team of Australian game developer Games By Malcs, whose idle RPG Melvor Idle is published by Jagex which is the developer of RuneScape which is a game which was the primary motive behind his own venture.

    Melvor Idle strips away the graphics and 3D environments of RuneScape and other similar MMOs and reduces it to a simple idle game that relies on menus that lets players control their inventory, skills and quests. Engaging in combat and winning awards XP and loot, which can be put into any upgrade tree players prefer, and performing repetitive tasks like crafting or cutting wood yields the same benefits.

    Malcolm has played RuneScape since he was a kid as well as dabbled in a variety of popular idle games like Clicker Heroes, Cookie Clicker and NGU Idle. Although he liked them but felt that the genre could have something else that was enjoyable in a manner similar as Jagex's most popular RPG with purchase osrs gold.