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Jagex recently announced  RuneScape gold that it has agreed to a partnership with independent game developer Outlier Games to publish the studio's inaugural game, the spaceship management game This Means Warp. The game is scheduled to be released for PC through Steam Early Access on March 17.

The game was designed with replayability and multiplayer in mind, This Means Warp encourages players to collaborate and think strategically in chaotic, live-time space battles. employ shrewd strategies to steer their ships through an unforgiving, procedurally generated universe.

Taking inspiration from roguelikes like FTL and games for parties like Overcooked, this Means Warp sees players control crew members onboard an aircraft, who are in charge of various mechanisms, targeting weapons and conducting repairs, and ultimately taking a route through the tangled space.

For more information about Jagex's publishing of This Means Warp, we asked Outlier Games' founders Paul Froggatt and Matt Rathbun, and Lead Product Management for Jagex Robert Fox-Galassi regarding their thoughts on this new partnership.

As with many indie developers, our initial entry into the gaming industry began by experimenting with games concepts and codes over a long period of time before deciding to create something that was playable!

I have 10 years' experience at Google prior to my decision that I wanted to pursue gaming buy RS gold full-time. Matt's professional experience includes building Hollywood computer systems on movie sets, and a brief stint in South Korean esports and mobile game development. We're so excited to share what we've made by launching This Means Warp.

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