MyWorld, a new and unique 3D #RPG #multiplayer sandbox world that just released in gaming news. Now available on Steam, where game makers and game players can create, share, play games. Hence the launch by The Game Creators.
Now available on Steam Early Access. MyWorld is “an excellent framework for beginners, like Minecraft for game design”.
MyWorld is a game where players #buildgames. So anyone can build anything they imagine to be played in any game mode they wish. The big gaming news, these games can then be safely stored on a local file or uploaded. Even shared and improved upon by the community. So players can build the scenes, set the rules, and decide who plays the game. Meaning game builders can set a game as single-player, PvP or Co-Op.
We are looking into porting MyWorld to Linux and hope to carry out this development once our current Early-Access release is completed.
How long will this game be in Early Access?
“We’ll develop and refine the product for another 9 months or so before a final full release. The timing will be determined by the player feedback we receive as we work alongside our early adopting community.”
Lee Bamber, CEO of The Game Creators said today, “We’ve created a World of Worlds! A universe populated by games created by MyWorld users – where you can take any world and make it your own, and with the easy to use controls, build exciting new experiences to play and share with friends. We’ve launched MyWorld with over 75 games to play through and our community are already producing and sharing their own creations, so many more will quickly be online to play.”
Dave Milton, Lead Developer, said today, “My love of Action RPG game series like Zelda, Demon and Dark Souls, The Witcher and Diablo, is well known. All of which have all been an inspiration to me and have given me an enormous amount of passion for game development in this genre. I hope everyone loves playing as much as we are enjoying developing it.”
MyWorld is available on Steam Early Access for Windows PC. No release date has been given for Linux support just yet. So stay tuned.