The MOP Up: Allods’ Gibberling Festival (May 1, 2016)


The MMO industry moves along at the speed of information, and sometimes we’re deluged with so much news here at Massively Overpowered that some of it gets backlogged. That’s why there’s The MOP Up: a weekly compilation of smaller MMO stories and videos that you won’t want to miss. Seen any good MMO news? Hit us up through our tips line!

Like bagpipes, dancing, and small little furry creatures that come in packs of three? Then head on over to Allods Online, where the Gibberling Festival is raging through May 6th. If that’s not your jam, then we’ve got stories from Dungeons and Dragons Online, Neverwinter, War Thunder, and more after the break!

New Games and Testing

  • Duelyst: Looking a competitive game that melds card mechanics and turn-based tabletop action? Duelyst might hit the spot, especially with its short game sessions. [Thanks Dorn2!]
  • The Wild Eight: You’re the sole survivor of a plane crash in the wild and you have to try to make it on your own. This survival game is trying to raise funds for full development and has a free demo available to show off its potential.
  • Boundless: The game formerly known as Oort Online is making progress, especially with the transition from one programming language to another.
  • Battleborn: This multiplayer coop shooter is launching on May 3rd, and the dev team has a rundown of what you should expect when the game goes live. [Thanks Siphaed!]


  • Grim Dawn: Unleash your inner modder with this robust assortment of tools for the ARPG! These are the same tools that the devs used to make the game.
  • DDO: The next update is on the test server for players to examine. The name of Update 31? Gnomework!
  • RPG MO: This indie sandbox recently released a patch that is all about bows, arrows, fletching, and quivers! [Thanks Kyosa and Baldrio!]
  • HEX: The game’s fourth card set, Primal Dawn, is now live. This expansion includes 325 new cards and six additional heroes. [Source: press release]


Odds and Ends


What’s Ghostworld? It’s a spooky new zone in Portal Knights that you’re definitely not old enough to witness. Go back to cartoons and leave the spectral world to the grown-ups!

Tier 10 vehicles are coming to Armored Warfare on May 3rd, but you won’t have to wait until then to get your first look at these epic machines.

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