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    The game studio online Jagex is well-known by its massive Runescape collection, but many don't realize that the company has expanded its offerings to include publishing, or games on tables.

    Jagex recently announced that it had signed an address with the indie developer Outlier Games to put up the first game of the studio called the spaceship control roguelike This Means Warp. The game is set to launch for PC via Steam Early Access on March 17.

    Created with replayability and multiplayer in mind, this Means Warp encourages gamers to collaborate and play tactically in frantic, real-time combat, and employs smart strategies as they guide their actions through an enthralling, procedurally created world.

    Based on roguelikes such as FTL and birthday birthday celebration games, including Overcooked, Means Warp Means Warp sees gamers manipulate the group of players on an aircraft, who are manning certain structures, focusing on guns, making repairs as well as in the long time, navigating a course through the treacherous space.

    To learn more about Jagex's publication in This Means Warp, we have reached out to Outlier Games' founders Paul Froggatt and Matt Rathbun, and Lead Product Manager at Cheap RS Gold Jagex Robert Fox-Galassi to get their thoughts on this latest collaboration.