RuneScape: Idle Adventures – A Clicker Take On The Lore Of RuneScape

RuneScape is a 15 year old MMORPG that was developed by Jagex and its lore remains very influential in the gaming zone. Here is a fun fact for you, RuneScape is actually the world’s largest free MMORPG and the most updated according to Guinness World Records. In 2016, we see the evidence even stronger since a mobile game based on the prominent franchise was announced. Jagex has teamed up with Hyper Hippo, the developers of Adventure Capitalist, to bring about RuneScape: Idle Adventures to life.

Adventure Capitalist was released as a clicker game and RuneScape: Idle Adventures is going to be developed with the same concept. The interesting thing about the game is that it will take place in the world of Gielinor, also named RuneScape by the human inhabitants. This world is very significant in the RuneScape lore because it was created last by the Elder Gods. You take on the role of a hero that cannot remember his past and will be in control of the Needle, a mystic artifact which can be utilized to interact with the world.

Clearly, there will be a lot of RuneScape elements involved due to the fact that the game takes place in Gielinor. It is expected to be a free game for all the platforms that it will be released on. There will be a Twitch stream on the 19th of February where RuneScape: Idle Adventures is set to be revealed and you can click here to be redirected to the channel. We will see a PC release for this title this summer and a mobile version is expected to follow shortly after. Stay tuned with our website for more information on this game.

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