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Oceania a new MMORPG based on Unigine

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A rather good looking MMORPG has popped up on Kickstarter named Oceania!

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Oceania is a endless fantasy world, which lies amidst the vast expanses of the ocean. Land is represented here as a multitude of separate surface and flying islands of various shapes and sizes.


Their FAQ states this for Linux:
QuoteWill the game be ported to other platforms? For example under Linux.
Yes. With support of UNIGINE Engine platform GNU / Linux. Next stage after creating version for PC, porting to Linux. Further, for mobile platforms.

Looks and sounds awesome! You need to pledge at least $25 to get access to the game. Article taken from
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MaximB Jan 14, 2013
MMORPG's are usually boring, I'd much prefer a good RPG game instead.
Also I'm happy to see more games use the UNIGINE engine.
./v0idLike Jan 14, 2013
It's so sad to keep seeing upcoming linux games saying "will port to linux after windows release"...

Still, it looks really nice. I'll definitely keep an eye on this one.
Xpander Jan 14, 2013
i'm vice versa to MaximB. i get bored of RPG's, because of boring grind.
i like more MMORPGs, where the social aspect is pretty strong and PvP fights spice up the game for me.
fighting against real players always more fun for me than fighting against scripted A.I.
+ pvp adds more variety.

looking forward to this one.
Liam Dawe Jan 14, 2013
Agreed with Xpander, the more high quality MMORPG's the better.
Bumadar Jan 14, 2013
well MMORPG are a grind to, but the social contacts make is easier :)

about time we see more of this engine, the visuals are stunning, just so few games use it
MaximB Jan 15, 2013
I've been playing Regnum Online for several months, but I got bored ... same stupid fetch/kill quests, killing many of the same monsters to gain experience, same weapons that you can choose for each level, and only the PvP aspect is good ... but day way to it so so long (leveling up to lvl 40 take s a LOT of time without paying, only at later levels you can go to PvP).

On the other hand there is Heroes of Newerth which is very addictive and PvP only/mostly... but it's not MMORPG.
Xpander Jan 15, 2013
Regnum Online ofc is boring. they are doing it all wrong, its utter PvE grind to level30 or something before u can go into RvR.
they should make some PvP content for early levels.
PvE is boring in MMORPGs if there is no good storyline.
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