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*The main development team of ALttPR is working on a (currently) closed-source & closed-beta implementation of multiworld.
 
*The main development team of ALttPR is working on a (currently) closed-source & closed-beta implementation of multiworld.
 
*There is a [https://docs.google.com/document/d/19FoqUkuyStMqhOq8uGiocskMo1KMjOW4nEeG81xrKoI fan-made multiworld setup by Bonta] that is built on top of the ALttPR Entrance Randomizer project.
 
*There is a [https://docs.google.com/document/d/19FoqUkuyStMqhOq8uGiocskMo1KMjOW4nEeG81xrKoI fan-made multiworld setup by Bonta] that is built on top of the ALttPR Entrance Randomizer project.
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** There is a [https://github.com/Berserker66/MultiWorld-Utilities/releases fork by Berserker55/Berserker66] that improves upon Bonta's and (mostly) strives for compatibility.
  
 
== Super Metroid ==
 
== Super Metroid ==

Latest revision as of 00:22, 28 March 2020

Multiworld is a format where there are multiple players and their inventory items are spread across everyone's games.

For example: Player A opens a chest to find an item. This item belongs to Player B and therefore enters Player B's inventory immediately.

ALttPR

  • The main development team of ALttPR is working on a (currently) closed-source & closed-beta implementation of multiworld.
  • There is a fan-made multiworld setup by Bonta that is built on top of the ALttPR Entrance Randomizer project.

Super Metroid

SMALttPR

  • The main development team of SMALttPR is working on an open-source & open-beta implementation of multiworld.

Notes

  • A multiworld of 1 player and 1 world is a single-player game like the main ALttPR/SMALttPR sites generate.
  • A multiworld of 2 players and 1 world is a multi-player game like the Shared-Inventory format. It is also slightly related to 2p1c.
  • A multiworld of 2 players and 2 worlds is a multi-player game like the basic multiworld format.
  • A multiworld of 2 or more players and an equal number of 2 or more worlds is a multi-player game like the extended multiworld format.