Adam had a play around with the Arcane Worlds alpha at the beginning of the year. He liked it, even if was just a demonstration of world generation, choppy waters, and glowy sun graphics. Those are the building blocks of many games, anyway. If games are anything like babies, then 10-and-a-bit months is plenty of time for it to have gestated. I wonder what sex it is? Does it have hair? My Arcane Worlds, how you’ve grown.
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By Craig Pearson on December 7th, 2012.
By Adam Smith on February 20th, 2012.
I feel like I’m cheating a little here, because I’m going to tell you that Arcane Worlds aims to be a modern take on Magic Carpet but then I’m going to admit that nothing of the sort yet exists. That idea is something to giddily anticipate but the tech demo that has just been released by Ranmantaru Games only shows the absolute Genesis of it. It’s a freely downloadable landscape generator with some nifty fluid physics. In the last half hour I’ve made a great many worlds and while I’m keen to pilot a carpet around them, deforming the landscape as I go, I’m quite enjoying just looking at them.
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- Craig Pearson : “The developer just updated his todo list: Adding new materials Adding Machines Adding NPCs Adding Props Weather Goals Fire spreading Improving Physics Weapons http://steamcomm~” on Ferry Good: Sinking Ship Simulator
- jondare : “I think an even better, and certainly simpler, phrasing would be to simply exchange 'prequel' with 'precourser'.” on Why Not? – PlanetSide 1 Kinda Free Now, F2P Soon
- Lumberjack_Man : “Agreed, there's Rockall here to interest me.” on Ferry Good: Sinking Ship Simulator
- Sheng-ji : “You know, grown ups have responsibilities and people relying on them. They have to plan holidays in advance, inform people that they will be away, ...” on Cardboard Children: Change Or Die
- Spoon Of Doom : “A ship version of Bridge Builder? Can anyone not love the idea of that? I'm in! Edit: Took a look at the Indiegogo. The 50$ ...” on Ferry Good: Sinking Ship Simulator