Make My MMO: Boobs don’t work that way, League of Maidens


A few weeks ago we teased newly announced MMO Eternal Magic for offering a beauty contest “for the girls,” which, OK, we all know what they’re really up to, wink wink nudge nudge. But that game has been one-upped this week by League of Maidens, which bills itself as an “online real-time action superhero RPG […] featuring beautiful maidens with guns and super powers.” And butts. And boobs. Yeah it’s mostly butts and boobs. Very oddly shaped boobs. Um, none of this is safe for work, just to be clear. And it has a Patreon as of today, which is why it’s in this column against my better judgment. What is happening. I am deceased.

Meanwhile, Playcraft successfully funded on Kickstarter, Albion Online has continued to struggle with DDOS attacks, Ashes of Creation updated players on the state of development, Shroud of the Avatar dropped R66, and Ship of Heroes teased leveling mechanics. Plus, Destiny’s Sword launched on Kickstarter!

Read on for more on what’s been up with MMO crowdfunding over the last week, plus our roundup of all the crowdfunded MMOs we’re following!

Destiny’s Sword

League of Maidens – NSFW – I’m so, so sorry

Recent MMO crowdfunding news

Ashes of Creation

Campaigns and crowdfunded MMOs we’re watching

3001SQ (Société des Mondes Virtuels) – Kickstarter unsuccessful, dev halted in 2018.
AdventureQuest 3D (Artix Entertainment) – Raised 368k; beta began Oct 2016.
Albion Online (Sandbox) – Launched July 2017, hit Steam May 2018.
Antraxx (Team Antraxx) – Kickstarter canceled.
Ascent: The Space Game (Fluffy Kitten Studios) – Successful KS. Fully launched 2016.
Ashes of Creation (Intrepid Studios) – Successful KS. Alpha zero.
Broke Protocol (Cylinder) – Unsuccessful KS. In free early access.
Camelot Unchained
(City State) – Kickstarter successful; open donations/packages.
Caribbean Conquest (Invenio) – First KS canceled, second ended unsuccessfully.
Codename Reality (Orode) – Kickstarter unsuccessful.
Contested Space (Zon)
Crowfall (ArtCraft) – Kickstarter win, open packages, Indiegogo crowdfunding ongoing.
Chronicles of Elyria (Soulbound) – Kickstarter successful, open packages.
Citadel of Sorcery (MMO Magic, Inc.) – Open donations.
City of Titans (Missing Worlds Media) – Successful KS; Issue 0 delayed into 2019.
Descent Underground (Descendent Studios) – Successful KS.
Destiny’s Sword (2Dogs) – Kickstarter ends June 29.
Divergence Online (Stained Glass Llama) – Three campaigns; now in KS early access.
Dogma: Eternal Night
(Prelude Games Factory): Kickstarter. Probably dead.
Dragon of Legends (Thrive Games) – Successful Kickstarter.
Dual Universe (Novaquark) – Kickstarter funded, donor platform. Backer alpha.
Eco (Strange Loop Games) – Funded, now in alpha.
Edengrad (Huckleberry Games) – Kickstarter funded; in early access.
Elite: Dangerous (Frontier Developments) – Funded and fully launched.
Empyrion Online (Eleon) – Kickstarter canceled; launched on Steam early access.
Endless Trials (Fire Hurts) – Kickstarter canceled.
Epic Space (
EverFeud (PSB) – Kickstarter canceled.
Ever, Jane (3 Turn Productions) – Now in open beta.
Fractured (Dynamight) – Kickstarter successful. Pre-alpha.
Global Adventures (SubaGames) – Kickstarter funded.
Gloria Victis (Black Eye Games) – Open donations, no end date; in early access.
Greed Monger (Greed Monger) – Abandoned, now allegedly in refund process.
Grim Dawn (Crate Entertainment) – Funded and launched.
Guardians of Ember (Runewaker) – Funded and launched.
Guns of Icarus (Muse) – Funded and launched.
Hero’s Song (Pixelmage) – KS canceled; Indiegogo. Canceled w/ refunds.
Infinity: Battlescape (I-Novae Studios)
HEX (HEX Entertainment) – Funded and launched.
Legends of Aria (Citadel Studios) – Kickstarted as Shards Online. Early access.
Life is Feudal (Bitbox): Indiegogo ended. Currently in beta.
LUX (Chimera) – Kickstarter canceled.
Maestros of the Anthymn (String Theory) – Kickstarter canceled.
Maguss (Maguss) – Indiegogo successful; open beta.
Mekria (Infinity Online Studios) – Kickstarter canceled.
Midair (Archetype Studios) – Kickstarter successful.
Nebula Online (Mizar Games) Kickstarter canceled; launched in November.
Neo’s Land (NeoJac Entertainment) – Open donations, no end date.
Novus AEterno (Taitale Studios)
Oath (Ready-Up) – Kickstarter funded.
OrbusVR (Ad Alternum) – KS funded March 2017. In early access.
Overpower (Hydrant Games) – Kickstarter unfunded; heading to early access.
Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen (Visionary Realms) – Open donations. Pre-alpha.
Pantropy (Brain Stone GmbH): First Kickstarter canceled, second funded.
Pathfinder Online (GoblinWorks) – Doom, mostly.
Planet Nomads (Craneballs) – Kickstarted, early access launched sans multiplayer.
Playcraft (Bebop Games) – Kickstarter funded May 2019.
Pixel Starships (SavySoda)
Project Gorgon (Elder Game) – Kickstarted in three tries + Indiegogo. Early access.
Project Oasis World (POW) – Kickstarter unsuccessful.
Pumpkin Online (Monique) – Downgrading from MMORPG.
Temtem (Crema) – Kickstarter fully funded; now in alpha.
The Exiled (Fairytale Distillery) – fka Das Tal; KS unsuccessful. Early access.
The Flower of KnighthoodKickstarter canceled.
The Realm: Reawakened (Stephen Nichols) – Ongoing GoFundMe.
The Repopulation (Idea Fabrik) – Kickstarted twice by A&B. Back in alpha.
ROKH (Darewise) – Kickstarter canceled; in  early access but not active dev.
RUiN (Tarhead Studio) – Kickstarter successful.
The Stomping Land (Alex Fundora) – Abandoned.
Sacrament (Ferocity Unbound) – Kickstarter failed; Patreon ongoing.
Saga of Lucimia (Stormhaven) – Indiegogo. Intermittent pre-alphas.
Shadow’s Kiss (Clockwork Throne) – Ongoing Patreon, Kickstarter funded.
Shroud of the Avatar (Portalarium) – Soft launch July 2016. Launch March 2018.
Spycursion (Defun) – Kickstarter unsuccessful.
Squadron 42 (Cloud Imperium) – Beta delayed until at least 2020.
Star Citizen (Cloud Imperium) – Ongoing donations/packages. Backer alpha.
TUG (Nerd Kingdom) – Totally abandoned without a word. Now considered a scam.
Vigor Roads (NeuronHaze) – Kickstarter unsuccessful; early access planned for 2017.
War of Rights (Campfire Games) – Successful Kickstarter; in early access.

Ship of Heroes

Yes, some crowdfunded MMOs most definitely do succeed. But others crash and burn, and you need to hear about the whole spectrum of games that sought your money early in exchange for the promise of input and transparency. And that’s exactly what Make My MMO does every Saturday. Help us keep ’em accountable, would ya?

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Travis In Canada

Just imagine if video games were suppose to be a realistic depiction of life. I don’t play or watch gaming because Boob physics are correct, someone tell the author of this article.

Dankey Kang

Might need to check this out; for research purposes, obviously.

Also no one told me Santa was working on AoC.

drew who

I guess this is the end result when you the type of grown men designing something for the type of young men and teens both of which have never got near a pair of real boobs in their lives . lol

Alex Hyer

If we really want to get nit-picky…

Worlds don’t work that way.

There’s no such thing as Superheroes, let alone overly sexualized boobs and butts.

I mean, why focus on the women’s boobs to point “Thats not realistic!”


Bruno Brito

Not the point.

drew who

:P I thought he made a couple of great points :P

Bruno Brito

Funny that his couple of “great points” only affect women.

drew who

Maybe double entendres only work if you have watched too many “carry on films” :P

Bruno Brito

I wouldn’t know what any of that means.

I know that the “fantasy” stuff doesn’t fly when only women are wearing dysfunctional sexualized gear. When male armor is workable and badass, and corporate thinks that the equivalent of badass for women is sexy. It isn’t.

Dankey Kang

There’s a point?

Bruno Brito

There is.


Bruno Brito

Best reviewer world.

Specially since he shares the same hatred i feel about Nexon.

Bryan Correll

OMG this image. Somebody’s gonna have some major back pain.


That image is wrong in so many ways.

Also, that hat doesn’t fit.


In 30 years she’ll need wheel stands for both her boobs just to walk to the bathroom.

drew who

And in 60 years it doesn’t bare thinking about :P

Robert Mann

At first, I looked at the header image and once again thought to myself “I’m more concerned about necks and hands not working that way.” Seriously, who did that art and just left hand in neck like that? Those poor green demon girls! Not to mention boot in face, and floating, and…

Then I watched the video a little, and laughed. They should have totally gone with “Gun Girls” since that would reference the inane size involved, if not provide any hint of the odd motions and strange structural internals that keep those things in a set shape there.

Yeah, this was just bad. Enough so that this post has failed to do it justice in it’s atrocity. Who the heck came up with this game, and why are they not getting the medication they need?

Castagere Shaikura

Times are changing does anyone remember all the crap a game called Scarlet Blade got for this stuff. Today it doesn’t seem like a big deal anymore. I guess games like this can thank Scarlet Blade.

Bruno Brito

does anyone remember all the crap a game called Scarlet Blade got for this stuff.


IronSalamander8 .

Ok, that was hilarious. I also watched that Eternal Magic trailer so that was amusing too. I’m not against cheesecake or boobs or anything but man that looks ridiculous!

To offer a little balance, how about some Ion Maiden? I beat the preview campaigns last week before tackling Sigil, and she’s pretty bad ass (the lawsuit is ludicrous but I doubt it’ll go anywhere:

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Who says they have to be portrayed realistically in videogames?

drew who

I don’t think any of men would want to see male characters walking around with unfeasibly large packages in their budgie smugglers in a video game would we ?

If it’s not acceptable for a male character then why should it be for a female one ?