Glitch was a quirky, free-to-play web-based MMO from Tiny Speck. Players could collaborate and compete with each other in building the game's evolving, persistent world, learning new skills while experiencing Glitch's unique and original art style. The game was shut down in December of 2012.
It appears that an all volunteer group calling themselves "Glitchen" are working with original developer Tiny Speck to see the game brought back to life under a new name, "Eleven". According to Eleven's site, the Glitchen will use the released code and additional tools presented to them by Tiny Speck.
Tiny Speck has announced that all of the art and code assets for the now-defunct, but highly acclaimed, Glitch have been released into the public domain.
Tiny Speck has announced that Glitch will be permanently shutting down on December 9th, with forums available through the end of 2012. According to the official post, Glitch did not attract a large enough audience to become financially viable thus leading to the closure.
Tiny Speck has announced that it is "unlaunching" Glitch, its inaugural title. The team has plans to continue service to Glitch but will place the game back in beta phase to give developers time to work out gameplay issues and more.
Glitch is certainly a game, according to MMORPG.com's Carolyn Koh, a game that marches to a different drummer. It's a game that defies 'traditional' MMOs. In our latest review, Carolyn puts Glitch through its paces. See how it measures up and then leave us a comment or two.
Ripper steps into the magical world of Glitch, a free to play browser based MMO! In Glitch, things don't always make sense at first. But that's where the fun starts.
In this new column at MMORPG.com, our goal is to take turns giving you glimpses at some of the games which just don't get enough coverage. Many aren't MMORPGs, but almost all are MMOs of one form or another. The simple truth is that a lot of games fly under the radar. With The Game Hopper, we plan to bring you a new game every week that you might not know much about. Check out Managing Editor Bill Murphy's look into GLITCH and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.