MyWorld empowers players create and link their own ARPG levels

If you are the sort that has ever looked at online game design and thought to yourself, "I could do so much better," then it's time to put your boasts to the test by checking out MyWorld. This software allows players to whip up their own action-RPG levels and then connect them with others to make a near-infinite sprawling patchwork quilt of worlds.

"At the heart of MyWorld is the ability to link worlds together, construct multiple level games and adventure through them with friends," a press statement said. "Via portals, game makers and game players can cross over into worlds created by other users and play the action RPG they've made to be discovered. Any game level can be linked to any other level and can be easily chained together to create a unique experience."

The software is currently 25% off at Steam. Get your first look at MyWorld after the break!

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Das Everett

Lol, for a second I got this mixed up with the "Your World" MMO from a few years ago.

This game looks way better.

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Nick Smith

It does look fun. However... what difference is this compared to Roblox?

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Jeremiah Wagner

This is a complete rip off of a ubisoft game that has already failed.... just saying.

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John Buczek

Which one?

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Jeremiah Wagner

The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot. Of course there are differences , but the concept is very much the same.

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John Mclain

Yeah... I love the idea, but it still needs a year+ of graphical and animation improvements before this even has a chance of success. If they wanted to go the poor graphics route, they should have gone with something more retro/stylized, instead of just poor quality 3D.

Still, interesting enough that I'll check back on it to see if it's been abandoned in 6 months after the initial cash grab rush of EA is over.

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Denice J. Cook

Okay, that's a new one: Even *game engines* are launching as early access? That's too funny.

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Oyjord Hansen

I like the game's systems and concept, but sorry, the graphics and animations are simply too rudimentary.

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John Buczek

I have to admit that this looks like it could be very cool after some development time. :)

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Mick the Barbarian

Looks interesting and a bit of fun.

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