The greatest act of generosity has to be on the side of the developers

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asked Jul 28 in Electron Microscopy by Sagelucy (1,340 points)

"The goal of Melvor Idle is RuneScape gold aligned with our core values about what makes live games -- it's therefore a perfect match to us" he says. "Furthermore it is the idea of giving someone from our local community the opportunity to participate has thrilled everyone involved in the business."

Pfieffer and his coworkers Pfieffer and his colleagues tried Melvor Idle themselves and enjoyed it -- enough that they reached for Malcolm and discussed the potential of working in partnership in the latter part of 2021.

"From only our first interactions we were able to learn that Brendan is a fan of Jagex's idea of community-driven games, and has done a great job of creating a positive and vibrant fan base that revolves around Melvor Idle. It's extremely rare to meet the right combination when searching for publishing opportunities however Brendan as well as Melvor Idle are precisely that, and we embraced the opportunity to help both him and the game with all our heart.

He continues: "We like to say that it's like if RuneScape can be described as the MMO that is enjoyable while watching television, Melvor is the idle game that can be enjoyed while playing RuneScape. Melvor Idle takes RuneScape's core gameplay mechanics and condenses the game into bite-sized pieces that can be enjoyed even when time is tight which is why RuneScape users will find themselves at home in Melvor.For all its cut-throat competitiveness, RuneScape isn't just a motley collection of individuals. Okay, so it is this ... but just like many other communities, RuneScape's are able to unite and help each other in some amazing moments worth the knightly respect that is often depicted in the game.

The greatest act of  OSRS gold generosity has to be on the side of the developers Jagex who dedicated an inside-game monument (and most recently pub) in memory of a best player, known as 'The Old Nite The Old Nite', who tragically died on the real world in 2006. The player had been active since the game's launch in 2001. He frequently played as the second-highest-ranked player, right next to Zezima.


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