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tecknowolf
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PostSubject: Hello again Multiverse :)   Wed 7 Sep - 14:05

Well as an early proponent of Multiverse I still have the same requests.

Having looked at MMO engines for small independent game developers, there is Multiverse and RealmCrafter. I see more small teams going with RealmCrafter out of ease of use, and RC has continued updates where MV seems to be getting out dated and has a very high skill entry level.

If MV could make it easier to work with then I feel it would be a whole lot more inviting to people wanting to start out with a MMO engine. From the start, MV has set too high of hurdles for people wanting to use this game. Take a poll, but also look at the statistics, what is keeping MV from its potential?

So again, easier tools to work with MV, please?
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PostSubject: Re: Hello again Multiverse :)   Thu 29 Dec - 4:41

Hi tecknowolf,

I know this thread is old now, but I thought I'd just let you know, that one of our main goals is to lower the barrier to entry, and to make the Tools much easier to use, with more advanced features.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello again Multiverse :)   Fri 30 Dec - 1:16

tecknowolf wrote:
Well as an early proponent of Multiverse I still have the same requests.

Having looked at MMO engines for small independent game developers, there is Multiverse and RealmCrafter. I see more small teams going with RealmCrafter out of ease of use, and RC has continued updates where MV seems to be getting out dated and has a very high skill entry level.

If MV could make it easier to work with then I feel it would be a whole lot more inviting to people wanting to start out with a MMO engine. From the start, MV has set too high of hurdles for people wanting to use this game. Take a poll, but also look at the statistics, what is keeping MV from its potential?

So again, easier tools to work with MV, please?

agreed
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PostSubject: Re: Hello again Multiverse :)   Sun 22 Jan - 5:05

I'm new to this whole thing, so I don't know if I agree or disagree, but OK, easier sounds better.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello again Multiverse :)   Wed 15 Feb - 21:49

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Having looked at MMO engines for small independent game developers, there is Multiverse and RealmCrafter. I see more small teams going with RealmCrafter out of ease of use, and RC has continued updates where MV seems to be getting out dated and has a very high skill entry level.

I bought a copy of realmcrafter, standard.
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