Make My MMO: Wagadu’s untimely end, Legends of Aria’s new beginning


The grave is claiming another Kickstarted MMORPG: The Wagadu Chronicles developer Twin Drums announced in May that it’ll throw in the towel on the early access afrofantasy MMORPG, telling players that it’s out of funding – and it won’t be fulfilling the rest of its Kickstarter promises either. That means the printed books and art gamers pledged for on Kickstarter aren’t happening either.

On the upside, Legends of Aria has indeed returned to life as subscription-based LOA Classic version on Steam. It’s small, but it’s alive.

Meanwhile, Star Citizen rolled into alpha 3.23 with 4.0 slated for Q3, Farm Folks joined our list for not one but two Kickstarters, and Monsters & Memories is prepping two playtests for June.

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

Ashes of Creation

Recent MMO crowdfunding news

Farm Folks

Campaigns and crowdfunded MMOs we’re watching

Holy crap it launched Holy crap it launched
It's launched, kinda It semi-launched?
In the development dungeons In development
It's dead, Jim Dead or abandoned
Drama bomb

Star Citizen

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 several times a month. Help us keep ’em accountable, would ya?
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