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<p>RuneFest 2019 was packed with announcements for both RuneScape and Old School, so many that I thought it best to compile them in one handy article. Along with the major reveals came some smaller highlights that you may well have missed, even if you attended this year’s event or watched the stream.</p><p>First off, here are all the major announcements from RuneFest 2019:</p>RuneScape Mobile's latest skill, Archaeology, announced at RuneFest 2019Old School RuneScape's Morytania expansion and Leagues game mode announced at RuneFest 2019RuneScape Mobile launches into early access later this year<p>The organisers clearly pulled out all the stops to create a small, interactive part of Anachronia, the Land Out of Time. If you’re not hugely familiar with the game’s world, Anachronia is home to dinosaurs, one of which you can see below.</p><p>There was a huge volcano near the centre of the area that would “erupt” periodically. I also really enjoyed collecting the various skill chips by completing mini-games dotted around the event hall. All told, I found plenty of stuff to do during my time there, and the talks I attended were all insightful and interesting – even as someone who doesn’t have extensive knowledge of the games.</p><p>The annual Golden Gnomes took place on the Friday before the event proper. If you’re not familiar with the awards, they aim to celebrate the best of the game’s community, fans, and content creators. The highest honours, Community Champion, went to Prezleek for her popular RuneScape comic series. A huge applause also went to Settled, an Old School RuneScape YouTuber, who took home the Best OSRS Video Maker award. A full list of winners can be seen here. </p><p>Jagex CEO Phil Mansell announced that a whopping £175,000+ had been raised by the company’s Charitable Giving initiative. This was split between three mental health charities: CPSL MIND, The Princes Trust, and Rise Above the Disorder (RAD). Representatives from the charities were each presented with an oversized cheque for £58,545 in front of what must have been a couple thousand attendees.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
<p>Fans of skiing, as well as those of you who enjoy wreaking comedic havoc, rejoice! When Ski Lifts Go Wrong is headed to Switch next year to please both groups, with its focus on extreme bridge construction.</p><p>The game, originally called Carried Away, started life as a Steam Early Access title. Since then, it's received a name change and an extensive list of improvements, including what looks like increased control over the riders themselves.</p>A plaintful story from a sist'ring vale,
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<p>NHN Entertainment Corp and Rooster Teeth are teaming up to bring RWBY: Amity Arena, a strategic dueling game, to mobile later this year.</p><p>Details on the game are light so far, but we know that the game will involve creating a team of Huntsmen and Huntresses fighting in the next Vytal Festival. Teams will then face off each other in a variety of different settings.</p><p>You'll be able to collect a variety of RWBY characters, and build a customised team in order to face off against other players around the world, and discover a variety of new factions and Huntsmen.</p><p>No word yet on when this one will be released, but we'll update as we hear more information.</p>Whereto his invised properties did tend;
<p>Forsaken World is an MMORPG that has been out on PC since 2011 but as of July 23rd it'll also be available on iOS and Android.</p><p>If for whatever reason that's too long to wait and you need something to keep you occupied, you're in luck.</p><p>Developer Fedeen Games is hosting a character class quiz that gives you a chance to win rare in-game items. You can take the quiz here.</p><p>There's also going to be two separate Q&A sessions held on Twitter using the hashtag "#ASKFWM." They'll each last for 30 minutes.</p><p>The first Q&A session takes place this Sunday, July 19th at 7PM (PST). While the second session will take place next Wednesday, July 22nd at 11AM (CET).</p>Forsaken World Mobile is currently in soft-launch on Google Play in Canada. It has five different classes to accessorize and allows you to team up with friends to raid dungeons, kill monsters, and score loot.