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Making the jump from hobbyist to fan project

BLOG_POSTED_BY Breeze spring     Jun 1    
Making the jump from hobbyist to fan project was obviously terrifying However, when you look at where I've ended-up, and the support I've received for establishing Games by Malcs as an young and promising studio, it's definitely been the best."

Despite the close ties with Melvor Idle and RuneScape, and the involvement direct of Jagex however, the publisher decided to RS Gold keep the game as an original IP, rather than make it the official RuneScape spin-off. It was a recognition of the fact that Malcolm was successful where Jagex itself was failing.

"We considered making some kind of idle RuneScape game a few years ago with RuneScape: Idle Adventures," Pfeiffer elaborates. "In Alpha, we stopped development and focused upon the main RuneScape games.

We have always believed that RuneScape's capabilities are endless in idle space and Melvor Idle more than demonstrates that RuneScape is a game that can help you create an amazing idle game. However, Melvor Idle stands up on its own merits too, and we wanted to osrs buy gold cheap remain loyal to the ideals for the game that Brendan had when he started developing this game."