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"I'd love to think that [Jagex founders] Andrew and Paul Gower could see in the future and saw that at 16 years' time cellular would be RS gold what it is today and that they picked click and point mechanic because it could lend itself well to phones," states McClarty. "Happily those two items have aligned and actually the traditional point and click on that we've had on PC does instantly lend itself to point and click with your finger, which is great.

"The match itself will have all of the content which you can play on PC. The largest change is it is just a really high degree UX and UI in terms of the menu, just to fit that size of screen. However, the intention is to have an almost absolute comparable version of what you could do on PC." RuneScape's mobile launch follows in the footsteps of some of the biggest MMORPGs in Asia who have made comparable leaps from PC to mobile.

Netmarble's Lineage 2: Revolution managed to powerful reimagine the massively successful Lineage PC name into a mobile blockbuster -- but perhaps more applicable is NCSoft's own Lineage M, a direct port of a few of cheap OSRS gold the most prosperous games in the region.It's worked well for NCSoft -- since its cellular release Lineage M has been the number one top grosser in South Korea.