Ever, Jane improves its frame rate, but its horses be crazy


Quick, what’s your best stat? Is it strength? Dexterity? A wicked high intelligence? Well, if you’re playing Ever, Jane, then you better respec into things like kindness, duty, and the ever-important status. It’s a completely different game world than we might be used to, where tea parties, games of cards, and dinner parties are more important than any dragon raid.

Development for the indie MMO has been coming along slowly (very slowly) but surely along the course of 2019. Back in October, the team upgraded its housing tech and made significant improvement to Ever, Jane’s frame rate and quest system. More buttons have been added to the action bar for various actions you can take in the game, although the developer said that the plan is to hire artists to do it professionally if the funds allow.

If you do try out this game in the current open beta, we’d advise that you avoid taking a ride on a horse carriage. “About six months ago I managed to flip the carriage 360 degrees and I’ve been trying to duplicate it ever since,” the developer said. “When we address carriage physics this sort of thing will throw you from the vehicle where you can be rescued by the next attractive stranger walking past.”

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2 years ago

I forgot about this game, I honestly thought it didn’t really still exist anymore. We never hear any news about it, and back when I was following it the development was painfully slow (sounds like it still is).

I was always interested in this and I’m a fairly patient person when waiting for game development but this was on another level of slow.

The website has all sorts of on and off errors when trying to navigate around as well, not sure what the issue is really. When trying to navigate to different pages It won’t work (gives error messages) on the first three tries and then does work on the fourth, etc.

I’m interested enough to take another look at it now, and even keep waiting and go back again in a number of years to see the minimal updates that have been done over that amount of time *if* I remember that it exists. I wish it was moving along a little faster but it is what it is.