Melvor Idle - Idle RPG

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4.2
9.96K reviews
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About this game

Inspired by RuneScape, Melvor Idle takes the core of what makes an adventure game so addictive and strips it down to its purest form!

Master Melvor’s many RuneScape-style skills with just a click or a tap. Melvor Idle is a feature-rich, idle/incremental game combining a distinctly familiar feel with a fresh gameplay experience. Maxing 20+ skills has never been more zen. Whether you’re a RuneScape newbie, a hardened veteran, or simply someone looking for a deep but accessible adventure that easily fits around a busy lifestyle, Melvor is an addictive idle experience unlike any other.

Every skill in this game serves a purpose, interacting with the others in interesting ways. This means all the hard work you put into one skill will in turn benefit others. What strategy will you conjure to achieve maximum skillage?

It doesn’t just end with Woodcutting, Smithing, Cooking and Farming either – take your finely honed tapping abilities into battle and face off against 100+ monsters using your Melee, Ranged and Magic skills. Conquering brutal dungeons and toppling boisterous bosses has never been quite like this before…

Melvor is a RuneScape-inspired experience suitable for veterans and newcomers alike. It features an in-depth and endless Combat system featuring 8 dedicated Skills, countless dungeons, bosses to vanquish and lore to unearth. Get stuck into many deep yet accessible systems featuring 15 non-Combat Skills to train, all with individual mechanics and interactions. A fully featured and interactive Bank/Inventory system allows you to keep track of over 1,100 items. Plus, enjoy 40+ decidedly cute Pets to collect, and thanks to its regular updates, the adventure continues to grow all the time! Melvor boasts cloud saving functionality that’s compatible across all platforms.

This game requires an internet connection to play.
Updated on
Apr 22, 2022

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4.2
9.96K reviews
Tttt 740
September 1, 2022
Not worth 10 dollars, more like 4 dollars. It's a great until 60 percent of the things you learned how to do in the tutorial you have to pay for. You can find a much better game for 10 dollars. Ui is clunky and for most things it's a 4 to 8 seconds wait every single tap/click. The organization of the menus needs work as to not be confusing. I was expecting a 2 to 4 dollar price to upgrade but you are out of your mind if you pay 10 dollars for this. Basic combat skills are locked behind paywall
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Lane Boyer
July 7, 2022
This is a nearly perfect idle game. It is chocked so full of great ideas, and with some hundred hours in, I'm still learning. My only gripe is that the combat screen could use a little rework there is too much data and is a little difficult to find what you need sometimes. Also sometimes when you collect a lot of loot at once, it should group your loot in the in-game notifications, instead of doing 100 individual ones, causing lag.
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Andy H
August 6, 2022
There's definitely a great concept here. I love the RuneScape inspired nature of the game and the fact that the business model is actually fair. However, the experience is very bare bones in certain ways. For example, instead of just having one "shop" menu for everything you can buy I'd love to see some sort of central hub town (like early Adventurequest) with some art work, NPCs, and multiple shops to go to, even if it's just all menu based.
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