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RuneScape was a fundamental reference point

RuneScape was a fundamental reference point

Malcolm has been playing RuneScape since the age of ten and has also dabbled with RS Gold a number of the best idle games such as Clicker Heroes, Cookie Clicker, and NGU Idle. While he enjoyed them, however, he believed that the genre could have something more satisfying in a similar way to Jagex's top RPG.

"So, I set out to make my own game but never really thinking that it would be launched, let alone becoming so well-known," he tells "I was looking to create something outside of the established idle game mold, something that was feature-rich and offered players an actual choice about how they wanted to develop and not just increase numbers over time.

After toying with this idea a few minutes behind closed doors I decided to combine ideas and mechanics from classic MMOs and the popular idle game concept, creating something that can be played casually, on the go, and fit into the busy life of a player."

Melvor adds: "While the numbers and stats stuff isn't what all players are most interested in when playing MMOs However, it's what people who are devoted fans tend to stick to after exploration is done. Because it's so integral to what the longest-term players are focused on it makes sense to make this an integral part of Melvor's game's gameplay design. Plus it meshes very well with design elements common in most idle games."

While he was influenced by other MMOs However, the structure in RuneScape was one that he was particularly attentive to, laying an entire world based on Melvor Idle, a world that is a sub-universe with the 20 years old RPG. "for the game since it was such a fundamental game for me," the author reveals."

Like most people, I got into RuneScape because most of my peers at the time were playing it. It being played via a browser was a big part of this. That lower barrier for entry with RuneScape's depth of branching and complexity was what attracted me back to it over and over again which is exactly what I was looking to recreate with Melvor Idle."

With Malcolm quite candid about his inspirations it was soon reported to Jagex that a fan was building a game based on the company's own MMO. A staff member flagged the matter to management, who subsequently approved it, with the head of the product department Chris Pfeiffer telling us his team was impressed with rs2007 gold "how much was accomplished and how much of it was in line with RuneScape."


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