Lesser known and undiscovered indie MMOs deserve our spotlight. Tell us about the ones you love.
Tell Us About the Undiscovered Indie MMOs that Excite You
Our Indie Spotlight feature has been shining a light on indie MMOs for almost two years now. From single-dev ventures to large-scale titles that have been years in the making, we strive to bring you the most promising projects that we think MMO fans will enjoy.
But as we continue the hunt for more indie MMOs that we believe will best impress our audience, there are some that might slip through the cracks. After all, the smaller projects aren't always in possession of the giant marketing budgets of their more high-profile competitors. This is why we thought it prudent to invite you MMO gamers to tell us about any undiscovered indie MMOs - upcoming or fully released - you're excited about.
Among our favourites is the gamigo-acquired Fractured Online, a dynamic MMO which will include everything from changeable and impactful weather to a complex morality system offering an innovative reinvention of PvP MMO mechanics. Be sure to check out our interview with Dynamight CEO and co-founder Jacopo Gallelli for a deeper look.
And when it comes to the Indie Spotlight, no title is too small. In fact, smaller teams tend to invite more extensive innovations to counter the smaller resources, such as the text-based MMO, Elethor.
And then there are the indie MMOs that head down completely new paths, like the D&D-inspired and lore-rich afro-fantasy MMO, Wagadu Chronicles. Titles like these could be the spark that ignites a whole new trope for new MMOs - something which many MMO gamers have been seeking for years.
The point of our Indie Spotlight is to use our platform to help prop up the passion projects of smaller teams. Perhaps you've stumbled upon something on Kickstarter, or know of a dev that's working on a small but promising MMO. Either way, be sure to get in touch via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or our email address, contact @ mmogames.com to let us know about any that warm your beans.