College students whip up Adventure Guild, a mobile turn-based MMO


Who says that you have to be graduated to be a force for gaming good? A team of college students at Rochester Institute of Technology formed Yes And Games with the initial goal of creating a free-to-play mobile MMO called Adventure Guild.

In Adventure Guild, players will control two adventurers each and go on solo and coop missions, taking turns to battle enemies and win in “rogue-like” encounters. The game supports pick-up-and-put-down play, so players can jump back in later on and see what moves their teammates have made.

Yes And Games is running a Kickstarter campaign to raise awareness (and $15,000) to help push the project over the finish line. You can check out Adventure Guild’s trailer after the break.

Source: Kickstarter
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