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Villagers & Heroes has been hacked – time to change your passwords

Bad news coming out of the adorable indie crossplatform MMORPG Villagers & Heroes as of last night: The game's been well and truly...

Blackwake brings an indie pirate experience to your computer screen

Between last year's Sea of Thieves and this year's upcoming Skull and Bones, is there any room left in the pirate naval...

Art curation MMO Occupy White Walls 2.0 adds collaborative art galleries

The game we called the most bizarre MMO of 2018 (in a good way) has taken another big step this week. Occupy...
Where am I? No one gets to know.

Interview: Legends of Aria’s dungeon expansion, early access, ganking, housing, and cash shop philosophy

Indie old-school sandbox MMORPG Legends of Aria has become a household name among MMO players over the last few months, first rolling into...

Spycursion is an indie cyberespionage sandbox MMO hitting Kickstarter this month

So here's a new MMO those of you into espionage and spooks and hackers might like: It's a "continuously evolving" MMORPG sandbox called

There’s now another Glitch reboot on the way: Odd Giants

When TinySpeck - that's the company that went on to ultimately found Slack - sunsetted its tiny browser sandbox Glitch back in...

The Daily Grind: How bad are delays for MMOs, and how much does communication help?

Last week, a newly minted Ship of Heroes fan posted a comment on the game's official forums saying he'd studied in-development MMOs and...

MMOs you’ve never heard of: The Warhorn, Hammers End, Auteria, and Antaria Online

On the prowl for an indie RPG gem or two in the rough? We'll start this edition of obscure MMOs with The Warhorn, which...

Massively Overthinking: The boring MMO development between bookends of hype

If you watch MMOs being developed for long enough, one truth becomes evident: It's kinda boring. I started thinking a bit about this last week...

The Stream Team: Shot Online because why not?

We here at MOP try to follow up on as many MMO and multiplayer games as possible, from the big-name AAAs to the small...

Improbable and Crytek team up for SpatialOS CryEngine integration and new AAA game

Improbable made headlines over the last couple of weeks thanks to its tussle with Unity over SpatialOS's integration and licensing. That tussle's since...

Dauntless introduces new dire behemoth, more character customization options, and bug fixes

The latest update to indie monster-hunting MMO Dauntless went live recently, and it brought with it a handful of new content -- including...

The Daily Grind: What was the most innovative MMO of 2018?

To balance out our traditional Daily Grind on MMOs that contribute to the death of the genre, it seems only fitting to do...

Snap up a Prosperous Universe early access key from Simulogics and MOP!

We took our first look at indie space MMO Prosperous Universe just about a month ago now when German studio Simulogics dropped...

Massively Overthinking: Hopes and fears for MMOs in 2019

With nearly all of our end-of-2018 content finally and blissfully behind us - seriously, I always breathe a huge sigh of relief when...

More MMOs you’ve never heard of: PlaneShift, Stendhal, Ashen Empires, Zezenia, and Project Diaspora

Think you've seen it all and played it all in regards to MMORPGs? There's always a lot of smaller and lesser-known games out there,...

MMOs you’ve never heard of: Trulion, Morna Tales, Laplace M, Project BBQ, Genesis, Endless Battle, Achaea, Lord of Chains, Star Sonata

We have a perilously tall pile of MMOs (and MUDs and MOBAs and such) that you've probably never heard of for today's roundup. We're gonna just jump right in, starting with Trulion Online, a new open-world sandbox MMORPG that just hit beta on Android. Yes, it's a mobile title with retro graphics, but not all of what we're looking at today falls into that category!

Make My MMO: The biggest MMO crowdfunding news of 2018

Welcome to a special edition of Make My MMO, Massively OP's regular recap of what's going on in crowdfunded MMOs, which we do...

Town of Salem suffers database breach, compromising user data

The developers of indie deceit-and-deduction game Town of Salem received an unwelcome surprise upon returning from their holiday vacations, when they were informed...

Massively OP’s 2018 Blooper Awards: Best article joke (almost) nobody got

Massively OP's not-so-serious end-of-the-year awards continue today with our blooper award for best article joke (almost) nobody got. And the winner is...

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