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Omega Crafter is developed as an indie title by a small team from Preferred Networks (PFN), a Tokyo-based tech startup most known for AI and supercomputers, and is slated to launch in fiscal year 2023. Omega Crafter‘s key feature is the cute programmable sidekicks called Grammi that can automate your in-game tasks—no coding knowledge is required!
New in Beta: Two biomes and multiplayer mode
Steam users who joined the alpha testing in May could play just one biome in single-player mode only. The beta edition will include two biomes and support both single- and multiplayer modes with improved user interface and customizable characters.
We have also added a variety of places and dungeons, and battles that are more exciting and challenging than in the alpha edition. Beta testers can enjoy a wide variety of decorations and build high structures, and build large cities using multiplayer modes and command shortcuts.
Coding for Fun… Without Coding Knowledge
Omega Crafter allows players to enjoy automation of in-game tasks – the best part of open world craft games! No coding knowledge is required in Omega Crafter as it helps the players with user-friendly block-based visual programming, where users just combine blocks with everyday phrases such as “pick up,” “attack __,” and “loop.” The players’ Grammi will automatically perform the tasks as programmed and help them search for materials, craft items and build structures in efficient ways. The beta edition will newly support basic four arithmetic operations and string variables.
The game is designed in a way that any player regardless of coding experience can experience the fun of automating their in-game tasks. The title is also recommended for those who want to start learning how to code.
Omega Crafter is in development for PC (Steam). A release date has yet to be announced.
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