Welcome back to another roundup of MMOs and MMO-adjacent games you’ve (probably) never heard of — or have totally forgotten about until now! We’ll start today with Avorion, a “procedural co-op space sandbox where players can build their own space ships out of dynamically scalable blocks.” So, space LEGOs. We can get behind that. Avorion officially launched on March 9th and is priced at $25 on Steam.
Next up is the always-fun-to-spell Naïca, a gorgeous pixel art 2-D MMO that is in closed alpha and just pushed out its Cerulean Forest zone. Check out what this patch offers with the following trailer:
And if you’re a fan of Rick and Morty, you might be enjoying the bizarre Pocket Mortys mobile game. What’s interesting with that is that Pocket Mortys recently transitioned into a multiplayer-functional game with raids and everything. Go check it out, reader Pepperzine commands you to do so!
If you are on the prowl for a colorful alternative to digital card games, give the free-to-play Mighty Party a look. It’s kind of a tactical PvP board game with card elements, and the studio promises fast, three-minute battles.
Kotaku has a piece reminding us that Neopets used to be this massive, multi-billion player game back in 2005. And while its popularity has greatly decreased, the title has actually seen a renaissance over recent years thanks to more marketing and development. It might be time to dust off your emaciated pet!
The long voyage of Uncharted Waters Online sailed into its Lost Memories Chapter 3 update in late Feburary, complete with a treasure hunt, a new sea monster, and a level increase to 90. Alternatively, you can get your lycanthrope on with Wolf Team, Gamigo’s MMOFPS that includes puberty subtexts. The title recently added a survival mode to complement its other game options.