Mobile customers for RS3 and OSRS gold from Lu Fan's blog

Most relevant to me personally was an demo area with loads of mobile devices setup revealing the mobile customers for RS3 and OSRS gold. Of course, these are not just sitting out in the open, instead, to perform the cellular versions you needed to make your way around a bridge, through a market of artisans creating things like plate and chainmail armor, across a faux forest, handed a few steaming lava pits, before you arrived to a snowy mountain which you can input. Inside, there were flickering lanterns setting the scene, and long tavern tables.


As far as playing the actual mobile customers are concerned, they work about as well as you hope if you've ever played a game intended for a computer keyboard and mouse that has been adapted to cellular. The interfaces of the OSRS and RS3 are pretty extensive, and functions, widgets, and each of the distinct widgets are represented by buttons on screen. While tapping and holding brings up the context menu which you would receive from Buy Rs gold a click tapping on items is the same as left clicking on the PC.


It is incredibly faithful to the experience, which I can view as both something and a fantastic thing. Great because if you're playing on your computer at home you can log in on cellular and be exactly where you left off, entirely easily, and do whatever you would actually do on your own PC.


 Bad because some things can be rather clunky, even at the game. Obviously, Jagex is quick to point out that both mobile clients are in beta right now, and they've got things to work through. I'll be quite curious to find out what balance they manage to strike between having this complete seamless experience while having a portable UI that goes beyond simply being completely functional and begins edging into being a fantastic way to play with the game for extended periods of time- Or maybe even the way you merely play the sport.

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