egzthunder1 · Aug 3, 2010 at 06:00 am

New Game Concept – NAViGAME: Public Alpha Now Released

We are all familiar with online gaming and the joys it brings. It is like social sites, but with more interaction and a sense of adventure. In that branch, you have what is known as MMORPG (Massively Multi-player Online Role Playing Game), which are virtual worlds created for users to play interacting with each other world wide. Some names you may recognize on this genre are “The Matrix Online” and of course, “World of Warcraft”.

XDA member ShaWn.cz has taken this concept to a whole new level by making his own MMORPG for WM. The main difference, aside from being for a mobile system, is the fact that it uses pretty much everything our devices have to offer: location, orientation, tilt angle, among many other things. There is not an awful lot describing what the game is actually about but the dev is requesting members to join in on the public release to help catch bugs, make maps, and help with the overall game before its official release.

Due to hardware compatibility, the game only works on the HD2 due to it having a compass, which is required for the game to run.

Hi everyone,

I’m currently developing really revolutionary game project and I need some testers to catch the bugs, create game world and help me release it asap. Finally I have done public alpha version for you.

NAViGAME will be mobile location MMORPG with building strategy elements. Actual version is early development preview, but I’m very surprised, how it’s goes :-) And I want to share resuts of my hard work with others.

It can run ONLY on HTC HD2, other devices will be supported in future.

You can find more information in the game thread.


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