Where was RuneScape developed?
Nottingham, England by Andrew and Paul Gower in 2001 under the name JaGeX LTD.
It is now currently run out of Cambridge
If hackers find a security hole in Runescape which allows them to infiltrate and bypass any security measures your computer might have then yes, it is possible for someone to hack into your computer when playing Runescape. But seeing as Runescape is pretty old and still are being developed upon then the chance of this happening is pretty slim. Runescape might be one of the most secured MMORPG games today.
There were three versions of RuneScape: RuneScape Classic, RuneScape 2, and RuneScape, developed in that order. It was first created by Andrew Gower and his brother, Paul Gower on January 4, 2001. After the game became more popular, Jagex Ltd., the publisher of RuneScape was formed by the Gower brothers and Constant Tedder in order to make business off of the game. On February 27, 2002, the first monthly membership was introduced into the game…
The game RuneScape was created by Andrew Gower. It first began development in 1998, when Gower developed a game called DeviousMUD. DeviousMUD was never released to the public. In 1999, the game was completely rewritten by Gower, and released as a public beta for around a week, before being withdrawn. Later, Andrew Gower developed a complete rewrite of the game with his brother, Paul Gower; this game, called RuneScape, was released in early 2001 as…
There is currently a Runescape 2 and it is a popular MMORPG. You can play it at the website www.runescape.com. It is a F2P (Free to play) and P2P (Pay to play). There was originally Runescape 2, but they renamed runescape 1 "Runescape Classic" and named runescape 2 just "runescape". Runescape classic is runescape 1. Runescape is runescape 2, but they dont call it 2, well most people dont, they just call it runescape. Ricco119
it was called runescape then they updated it all and called it runescape 2 then they changed runescape to runescape classic and runescape 2 to runescape also you can still play runescape classic at www.RSCangel.com its 100% free i play my self add me user is :register also go on youtube search runescape classic to see what it looked like back in 1999 :D
Runescape is currently owned by Jagex Ltd. The first beta version of Runescape called Deviousmud was formed in 1997 by Andrew Gower. The first actual MMORPG was Runescape classic formed in 2001. Runescape classic changed to Runescape 2 on March 17, 2004. Runescape 3 (known as Runescape HD) was made in 2008.
Trading RuneScape accounts is against the RuneScape rules. There is a black market for accounts (and RuneScape gold, which is also against the rules to trade). You can search the Web for keywords such as "Runescape gold" or "Runescape accounts", but note that, being against the RuneScape rules, none of these sites is endorsed by Jagex (the makers of RuneScape), and that many of these sites may well try to scam you.
Answer: Nope. Check link below for runescape official website Answer: The current version is RuneScape 2. However, it is officially simply called "RuneScape"; the old (version 1) is now called "RuneScape Classic". Check the RuneScape site (www.runescape.com) for any updates; if any other site offers you, for example, a "RuneScape 3", then it is probably a scam, meant to steal your legimitate RuneScape accounts. (You login, into the fake Web site, with your RuneScape password…