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Even though the game is still in early, rough stages, the open beta should help prove that there's a market for a game like .That's important if Three Turn Productions wants to find investors."I'm not saying it's a bad open beta but I'm not going to lie, it's a weak open beta," Tyrer says.The game is not only romantic and socially aware, but it also has a marketplace in which players can buy household items and clothing, and Tyrer plans to implement a free-to-play option.Free players would become servants -- though she notes that every player can climb one social rank per lifetime."I like to say we throw 'plot bunnies' into people's stories." is packed with atypical quests.There are no monsters to slay or worlds to save, but there are familiar mechanics for anyone who's played an online RPG.

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However, the targeted person's goal is to not be alone with the player trying to share the secret.

It's a game of cat and mouse -- any player who can see the pair will be able to hear their conversation, so the person with the secret attempts to seclude the other player as he or she tries to gracefully duck out of the conversation."The idea is to give people a little bit of drama and let them continue the role-play," Tyrer says.

For example, there were black members of the Merchant Gentry across Regency England, and Austen was an abolitionist, even though she didn't include this perspective in her novels."People want to play their own color and I didn't want to limit them, but I also wanted to be historically accurate, so we dug into history and discovered that the history we've all been taught is whitewashed. Let's get the truth out there and let's really look at what happened."Furthermore, cross-dressing wasn't uncommon, and two men living together would be considered perpetual bachelors and left alone as long as they were -- here's that key word again -- discreet.

Two women living together were spinsters, of course."Nobody batted an eyelash at women," Tyrer says.