from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The celestial world.
- n. The community of law-abiding citizens (compare underworld).
- n. In certain video games, the space connecting disparate towns/dungeons/levels. It can encompass the entire world, but doesn't necessarily have to.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A world above or higher than this.: sometimes used for heaven.
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The game design is a merger between a brawler and a kind of overworld flight setup.
The game is divided into seven worlds, along with an "overworld" in the form of Tim's house.
There is a new "overworld" that is displayed while moving between locations - which helps to make the world feel larger.
The beta features the majority of the game with nearly all the worlds and a fantastic 'overworld' to link them all together.
I mean, there's a reason we don't travel weeks in real time to cross overworld maps and there's a pretty obvious reason why we shouldn't have to be better than the real Tiger Woods to actually beat him in a video game.
MR: Speaking of voiceovers, you are also pretty active in the voice overworld, aren't you?
Gone is the clumsy overworld of Santa Destroy, and while the optimist in me remembers the moments of fun I had blasting through the city on my supercharged bike and burning donuts in intersections, the move away from that design does wonders.
And really, thank the maker you can see monsters on the overworld – no more random encounters!
They are found mostly in the overworld and dungeons.
Like an anatomical chart of the blood system, colored red for the arteries and blue for the veins, the underworld and overworld spread their networks.
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