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MyWorld – Latest Version Out Now. Easter Weekend Discount.

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MyWorld – latest version out now with an Easter weekend discount price offer.

MyWorld, the new and unique 3D RPG multiplayer sandbox world by The Game Creators, released its latest update today and announced a discount offer for the Easter weekend.

Released on Steam Early Access MyWorld has been described by users as "It's like RPG maker, but with 3D graphics, better gameplay, and you don't have to be a nuclear physicist to make a good story and game" and “An excellent framework for beginners, MyWorld is like Minecraft for game design”.

This latest MyWorld development update brings big improvements to combat and some great Easter themed items - an Easter egg, a golden egg collectable and a chick critter – and is on offer over the Easter weekend with 35% off on TheGameCreators site.

Dave Milton, Lead Developer on MyWorld, said today:

“In this latest patch we’ve added some great Easter themed items and most importantly made massive improvements to combat, where all animations and timings have been re-done to give the Knight classes a much weightier, fluid and faster response combat.”

So, for example, now, rather than a warm up period for each attack, the strike happens straight away and instead has a recovering period at the end, which can be rolled out of or used to chain another attack. Both the enemy and player have stagger resistance called "stance" which must be broken, giving the combat a much meatier feel, and the heavy attack is now a double damage dealing leaping attack. Different sub classes have their own animations to make them feel more unique.”

MyWorld was launched on Steam Early Access and is a game where game makers and game players can play, create and share 3D games - watch the video trailer to see MyWorld in action.

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