Tag Archives: metaplace
Taymar has a very nice post up about Island Life, a new game on Facebook, developed by the great folks at Metaplace (and our very own Tachevert too!). Congratulations on a successful launch!
As posted on Raph’s blog today, Metaplace has officially released support for remote embedding of worlds. Embedding a Metaplace world on any web site (including a blog) is now nearly as simple as embedding a Youtube video. With some assistance … Continue reading →
Ever wonder what it’s like to develop videogame content? Here’s a case study about developing a couple of features from “empty page” to “live.” About the Second Metaplace Game Jam Metaplace held a second Game Jam several weeks ago. As … Continue reading →
Over at Metaplace, we’re doing a Game Jam for the afternoon. Follow our progress live on Twitter. EDIT: Tachevert, 2/13 Phew, they made a couple of screenshots public, so I can link ’em too! Here’s some of my handiwork.
As Tweeted on the official Metaplace Twitter feed, there is a limited-use beta key available. Go to www.metaplace.com and enter the key MPWELCOME to join the beta program for this virtual world project helmed by industry veterans such as company … Continue reading →
I had no idea that the World of Virtual Worlds had such high population. The video below by Gary Hayes (via kfsone) presents a march of video snippets from more than 50 virtual worlds (supposedly, I didn’t count). Very interesting. … Continue reading →
Over at the Metaplace Developer Blog, there are some highlights from a recent visit of some alpha testers, and a few more pictures of the infamous Surfing Sunday. And while I’m shamelessly self-promoting (because damn, I’m in a lot of … Continue reading →