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Despite the strong connection between Melvor Idle and RuneScape, and the involvement direct of Jagex the author decided to preserve the sport as an unique IP instead of making it an professional RuneScape spin-off. In part, this translates into the recognition that Malcolm succeeded where Jagex itself failed.

"We really did research making an idle RuneScape sport before with RuneScape: Idle Adventures," Pfeiffer says. "In Alpha, we stopped development to raise awareness in the middle of RuneScape game on video.

We have continually believed that RuneScape's capabilities are within the idle zone. Melvor Idle proves that RuneScape can help to encourage an amazing idle sport. But Melvor Idle stands up on its own merits too and we wanted to keep true to the creative and imaginative vision of the sport Brendan had while he began with the development of the sport."

Pfeiffer further contributes to the fulfillment of Melvor Idle as proof that expertise can be gained from any network of any game which is something Jagex has discovered. "We've continually observed the RuneScape network to be an excellent source of information for Jagex but not exclusively in the sense of game developers, but also in all the various tasks that are available in a video game Studio buying osrs account," said Pfeiffer. "RuneScape has had nearly 300million debts paid out over two decades, so the amount of human beings with talent that have been involved in the sport is massive."