But most of all, it's a reminder to be happy with what we have achieved since our beginning. The gaming industry can seem as an unforgiving place sometimes (because it is often) but in OSRS Goldthe midst are passionate game developers who have an knowledge they wish to be able to share with us.

Many of us have wonderful childhood memories of running around Gielinor and Gielinor, not because a giant company offered us the product, but because three brothers were passionate, and parents who believed in their children. They're the ones are to be credited with these memories. Not the top executives at Amazon or Activision Blizzard.

Steamforged Games recently announced collaboration with game developer Jagex which will see the release of RuneScape to tablets later this year. The MMORPG will get not just one but two brand new tabletop versions: a board game, and a tabletop role playing game. The board game will be available on Kickstarter sometime this year, while the tabletop RPG will be available in stores immediately.

The two games will draw their an inspiration from RuneScape's fantasy realm, Gielinor. The games will feature various characters and adventures, and locations that the MMORPG has made famous through its lengthy time. The board game can send up of five gamers on an mission-based journey through the world of Gielinor.

The official press announcement by Steamforged, players can "craft and upgrade equipment as well as upskill their characters make special dishes, communicate with NPCs and OSRS Buy Goldtest their skills while exploring different areas of the globe". Just as with the online MMORPG, players are also likely to find side quests to expand the world of the game.