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Former Lionhead employees make Oort Online
Wonderstruck, a studio that was founded by former employees of Fable developer Lionhead is working on Oort Online, an MMOG that is made with voxels based Turbulenz engine. The makers are trying to fund. The game with crowdfunding
Wonderstruck keep raising money in their own hands, so do not use a platform like Kickstarter or IndieGoGo. It has the collection is divided into blocks, each of which represent a part of the game. The first block, which is currently money collected is called Combat I, which team wants to build. Weapons and combat mechanisms For the first block is needed. $ 50,000 After Combat I, the team hopes to get. Further 14 blocks funded
Oort Online is a MMOG that is situated in a fantasy world. The name of the game is derived from the race, Oort, who are central to the game. The Oort seem extinct, but there are still many traces of their presence can be found in the game world. There are temples to find where the treasures of the Oort lie hidden. The Oort have also created huge Protectors to protect. Their legacy When exploring the game world, players can choose from different classes, including hunter, explorer, trader or of fighter. Or that the final classes, it is not known.
Striking Oort Online is the game world that players can specify. Itself Players can create their own part of the game world, in a way reminiscent. To Minecraft The different parts of the game world, have been linked to each other through portals. Wonderstruck makes use of the Turbulenz engine, which works based on voxels. The Turbulenz engine makes it possible to generate. Gameworlds procedural manner
The automated generation of game worlds becomes in vogue. During E3 was No Man’s Sky at a game that was shown during Sony’s press conference. No Man’s Sky is made by the English Hello Games, which makes its own engine for the project. Both Hello Games, Wonderstruck as the creators of the Turbulenz engine are located in the UK Guildford, also home of Lionshead, the Microsoft studio which is famous for the Fable games.Viewing:-145
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