Orake’s devs ask someone, anyone, else to take over this 2-D MMO

    
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No, you’ve probably never heard of Orake before — and chances are that you never will again, either.

The crude-looking indie MMORPG has been slowly but steadily progressing through development this year with monthly patches. However, the team seems to have hit a wall and is now begging someone else to take over this project and bring this 2-D title to completion.

“We no longer have time to work on Orake,” the team announced this month. “If anyone is interested in taking over the development of Orake 2-D MMORPG, please contact me on the Orake 2-D MMORPG Discord.”

So… that does not look promising for this game’s future. What do you think?

Source: Steam. Thanks PlutoForeverNinthPl!
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Armsbend

who cares? Let it die.

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Jack Pipsam

I would assume anyone who might play it.

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Dekthro

Well, at least they’re being honest and trying to pass the torch on to someone else. Instead of just disappearing into the abyss and leaving it to die a slow death.

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anarres

I’m guessing they want to contract out development and keep rights.

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Jack Pipsam

I have it downloaded on Steam for some reason, I see it get updates a bit, but I’ve never once played it XD

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Nordavind

I think we’re in 2018 and people need to stop making all these “retro”* games.

*pixelated graphics does not a retro game make.

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Minimalistway

Why? what the harm in making pixelated graphic games? there are many and many look so good and fun to play, many people like them.

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Sorenthaz

There’s nothing wrong with pixelated games as long as they look/feel good.

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Pepperzine

It looks like a modified Eclipse Engine. If anyone is interested in making a 2d mmo I’d recommend they just download eclipse (free) and Frankenstein the code to their own liking.

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rafael12104

Well… is it free? Because, if so, I’ll take it,’!!!

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anarres

I had the same thought, but dunno, it might make sense to them to get contractors to develop their product.