Camelot Unchained Devs Showcase Server Tech With a Game that Isn’t Camelot Unchained

on April 5, 2013 2:23 PM

A RvR game like Camelot Unchained requires a really solid server and networking technology to be successful and today City State Studios released a new video update starring Co-Founder Andrew Maggs as he shows us something a little peculiar but interesting nonetheless.

The team at City State Studios created a small proof of concept minigame using models from their previous iOS game March on Oz combined with their networking technology. The result? A limited but funny “smackhammer” game.

Want to see what I mean? Check the video below and, if you’re so inclined, make your pledge to support the development of the actual game here.

 /  Executive News Editor
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