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And some of these literature lovers have never touched a video game before."Those are who we want to pull in," Tyrer says.
"We're really trying to open that market and say, I believe there are a whole lot of people who would play games if we would just make games they want to play.
The game's quests are meant to play with relationships in this way, intertwining players' stories with longing looks and whispered promises.
Another quest that Tyrer is still writing throws drama into an otherwise-prim dinner party: One player has to whisper a secret to a specific guest.
One quest asks players to find and return a lost handkerchief, and one coming soon will send people on a mission to collect rare flowers. She's in love with Austen's blend of romance and wit, and she adores the time period itself.
During her research for , she uncovered a host of miniature histories, many that receive little attention in high school social-studies classes. This gives us an opportunity to present some un-whitewashed history, which is also really exciting.
Tyrer's successful career helped make this independent endeavor possible.
She's funding herself at the moment, but she hopes that the open beta will help lighten the load soon enough.
A lot of people don't want to play 'I'm killing things' games; it's very offensive to many, many people."Tyrer is making the game she wants to play, an MMORPG that breaks all the rules in a dignified, rosy-cheeked way. The North Korea part is really amusing."Tyrer expected to receive some negative response to a game with more dinner parties than raids, but after years of working in male-dominated industries, she's learned which criticisms to take seriously.
She's worked for decades in the computer-science and video-game industries, helping create experiences including 's concerned, I'm an old hag creative genius from North Korea," Tyrer says, laughing. That's how women survive in these fields."We are mostly Teflon," she says.
is an online role-playing game set in the dramatic, romantic worlds of Jane Austen.