After that long, lovely bit of footage we caught sight of from E3 earlier this year we've been counting down the days until Alto's Odyssey gets here, but it's bad news, kids. Alto's been delayed a little bit. An update on Alto's Odyssey. https://t.co/vGrNfBBHvu pic.twitter.com/Yuif0yjGz8— Snowman (@builtbysnowman) August 22, 2017 Announced on Built By Snowman's blog yesterday, it looks like the team are pushing the game on to give it the spit and polish it deserves."As a small studio striving to make sure everything we release is lasting and artful, we’re firm believers that much of what makes an experience magical lies in the little touches. The care and polish provided to make sure people are truly delighted."We can't argue there. Apparently the endless desert with be even more mysterious and gorgeous than we've seen already. The team finished by saying there's no new release window right now.I've said it before but I'll say it again. I'd rather wait a little longer to see Alto in its full glory once the developer is 100% happy with it, than to see an alright version of it sooner.Judging by the responding Twitter comments, it looks like you guys are on the same page.
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1、Jagex, the developer behind the highly succesful MMO Runescape, has announced that it's working on a digital collectable card game called Chronicle: Runescape Legends.Although that's just a working title, so it might end up being called something else. We don't have that much info about the game at the moment, other than the bits of info Jagex has released in a press release.Apparently the game will focus on "quest building" which lets you design your own mini RPGs full of scraps against monsters. There'll also be a PvP element, because card games are way more fun when you're playing against another human being.Development started earlier in the year, and this will represent Runescape's first foray into the mobile world. So that's pretty exciting.The screenshot above is the only thing we've actually seen of Chronicle: Runescape Legends, but it certainly looks impressive. Almost like it's taken the next step on from Hearthstone's shinification of the digital CCG.Obviously that market is getting a little more crowded than it once was, with yearly Magic the Gathering releases, Blizzard's Hearthstone, and even the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online all available on the App Store.We'll let you know when we hear any more about Chronicle: Runescape Legends, but you can file this one in the folder marked "certainly looks interesting' for the time being.
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