A MMORPG with unheard accessibility is about to be brought to the market by a team of two developers, featuring 140,000 sq mi of landscapes and 50,000+ equipment items.
PRLog - July 11, 2015 - NORWICH, U.K. -- Epic Dragon, developer and publisher of online games, has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for a browser-based free-to-play MMORPG named "Flamefrost".
"Flamefrost" is an isometric MMORPG inspired by the table-top game "Dungeons & Dragons", along with a few classic RPGs of our childhood, re-imagined in the style of modern MMOs.
It is the first MMO that would allow you to start playing on a phone, but when its battery gets exhausted to pick up any other smart device and continue playing from where you left off without any installation.
It features 140,000 square miles of 3D landscapes and a single-world server technology capable of supporting tens of thousands players online in one game realm.
Flamefrost is also designed to be integrated into Facebook, so that anyone with a Facebook account could get in the game within seconds, without registering.
The game was created by one developer and one artist in slightly less than two years.
Right now the project is in its final stages of testing, but its funding is completely community driven, so Flamefrost's launch will depend on the success of Epic Dragon's crowdfunding campaign supported by future players.
More details about the game can be found in its Kickstarter campaign: http://kck.st/1NTxBmg
All project related news and updates are being posted on Epic Dragon's Facebook page:
You can also visit Epic Dragon's website directly for higher resolution Flamefrost screenshots and other materials:
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"Flamefrost: The Pocket MMORPG" Launched on Kickstarter
July 11, 2015 at 16:15 PM EDT