Any gamer who spends a lot of time playing games online knows that the community of players within the game makes a huge difference, but who would have guessed that a community so strong could bring their MMO of choice back to life after two years of being shut down? That’s the case with the revival of Suba Game’s Dream of Mirror Online, also known as DOMO.
Like many of today’s stories, this game was brought back to life through a Kickstarter campaign. The goals of the campaign were met in less than 24 hours, and has gathered more than 3000% of its requirements since launch. As of today they stand on over $10,000 in funding, and the backers will receive some awesome in the form of game loot, tags, buffs, and inventory bonuses to get them excited to dive back into the world of DOMO.
DOMO is also planning to make the re-launch of their game bigger and better than ever. The Kickstarter guarantees that there will be at least five major updates through the year of 2015 to give players an even more expansive world to patrol and discover.
“Furthermore, upon meeting the funding target for the campaign, we will be able to ensure at least 5 updates get added within first 12 months post launch of DOMO. The updates will include re-incarnation system and many cool features that have never been released before. Your contributions will not go unnoticed as we have set up a tier system for any pledges you can make towards this campaign.” – Suba Games
Even though DOMO is known as an MMO, it has a certain uniqueness that other pay-to-play and free-to-play MMO’s don’t have. The community is incredibly social, and the game rewards you for building relationships with other players by introducing a marriage system that rewards players who work together on their journey. The system allows you to link your characters together in order to summon each other, or even sacrifice some of your own health and mana pool in order to replenish your partners.
The light-hearted anime style of DOMO is also a huge attraction for anyone who has ever fallen in love with a manga or anime TV show. The entire game has a beautiful cartoon cell-shaded style that reminds me a lot of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker or League of Legends, and they use it well to create a visually stimulating game for a free-to-play MMO. If you have ever had an interest in MMOs and don’t know where to look to try one out, then I highly recommend Suba Game’s Dream of Mirror Online, and be sure to drop by their Kickstarter campaign in order to get filled in on all the details!