Indie developer, Redbedlam, has announced the creation of a new MMO called "The Missing Ink". Calling their game a "mostly traditional MMO", the team has revealed that some of the world's most enduring stories live in The Missing Ink but with a twist: "Each of the stories are strangely corrupted."
Players are treated to very traditional MMO elements such as questing, dungeoneering and "quite literally saving the world" but are also given the tools necessary to create and share their own adventures and stories.
Kerry Fraser-Robinson, RedBedlam's Managing Director commented, “leave me alone – I'm busy.” Later, he somewhat more constructively added, “Oh for the press release? Right. Let me see. Tell them it's funny. Ground-breaking. Innovation oozing from every pixel. A showcase for our artistic talent and technical expertise. And it's free.”
The Missing Ink is slated to begin beta testing in early 2012 and will kick off for multiple platforms in Q3 2012.
Find out more about the game and sign on for beta testing on The Missing Ink official site.