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Jagex is a video gaming studio. Jagex is known for its massive Runescape franchise, however, many may not know that the company has been expanding its services to include publishing, and even tabletop gaming.
Jagex recently announced that it has signed a deal with indie game developer Outlier Games to publish the debut game by the studio, the spaceship management roguelike This Means Warp. The game is scheduled to be released on PC through Steam Early Access on March 17.
Created with replayability and multiplayer in mind, This Means Warp encourages players to cooperate and think tactically in hectic, combative space battles that are real-time, and apply savvy strategies as they navigate their ship through an unforgiving, procedurally generated universe.
The game draws inspiration from roguelikes including FTL and party games such as Overcooked, this Means Warp sees players control the crew members of a ship, manning different devices, shooting weapons, making repairs, ultimately plotting a course in the treacherous void of space.
To learn more about Jagex's publishing of This Means Warp, we reached out to Outlier Games' founders Paul Froggatt and Matt Rathbun, as well as Lead Product Manager for Jagex Robert Fox-Galassi to get their thoughts on the new collaboration.
Like most indie developers, our entry into the gaming business was through playing with game concepts and codes over a long time before deciding to create something we could play!
I've had 10 years of experience working at Google before I decided to pivot to gaming full-time. Matt's professional experience includes building Hollywood computer systems on movie sets, a stint involved in South Korean esports and mobile game development. We couldn't be more excited to share what we've created with this Means Warp.
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This, however, was the case for Brendan Malcolm, the one-man team of Australian producer Games By Malcs, whose idle RPG Melvor Idle is currently being released by Jagex the company that developed RuneScape which is a title that was at the core of Malcolm's motive behind his own venture.