What is used to make Runescape

Tell me what game maker is use to make Runescape?

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I want the software, not the information!

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software,not website or other stuff!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Jagex Games Studio (or Jagex Ltd./Jagex Software/JAGeX) is a producer of online computer games based in Cambridge, UK. It is best known for the three versions of its RuneScape MMO, as well as for having produced the FunOrb games site. Jagex has over 350 employees, with all content development, management, and customer support provided 'in house'.

    The company produces games exclusively written using the Java language, its name standing for "JAva Gaming EXperts"[5]. It has received a number of awards for its achievements and is one of the highest profile developers in the UK.

    After initially creating the Jagex name and logo for their projects Andrew Gower and Paul Gower began trading under the Jagex name in 1999,[6] describing Jagex Software as a "small software company based in England who specialise in producing top-quality Java-games for webpages".[7] That same year, he began work on the MMORPG RuneScape alongside his brother Paul Gower. RuneScape was released in January 2001. In December of that year, Andrew Gower, Paul Gower, and Constant Tedder launched Jagex in its current incarnation, with Constant Tedder as its CEO.[5] Jagex Ltd formally acquired the Jagex name from Andrew Gower in 2001.

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    'The Jagex name and logo was originally used by Jagex founder Andrew Gower for his Java/JAGeX Audio+Graphics Extension.'

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    After initially creating the Jagex name and logo for their projects Andrew Gower and Paul Gower began trading under the Jagex name in 1999,[6] describing Jagex Software as a "small software company based in England who specialise in producing top-quality Java-games

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    for webpages".[7] That same year, he began work on the MMORPG RuneScape alongside his brother Paul Gower. RuneScape was released in January 2001. In December of that year, Andrew Gower, Paul Gower, and Constant Tedder launched Jagex in its current incarnation,

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    with Constant Tedder as its CEO.[5] Jagex Ltd formally acquired the Jagex name from Andrew Gower in 2001.

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    One year after its release, RuneScape already had over one million free accounts registered.

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    The first tasks of the company were to create a version of the game with extra features that required a monthly fee, while still offering the free version, and to develop partnerships with advertisers.

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    Both tasks were achieved, and the pay-to-play version of RuneScape was released on 27 February 2002. It gained 5,000 subscriptions in the first week,[5] making RuneScape one of the largest Java pay to play games in the world.

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    As RuneScape's popularity grew, so did Jagex. By December 11, 2003, RuneScape had 65,000 paying members, and Jagex had 29 employees.[8] As of May 4, 2007, RuneScape has over 6,000,000 active free accounts and over 1,000,000 active pay-to-play subscribers,[9]

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    and Jagex currently has over 400 employees. In 2006, founders Andrew Gower and Paul Gower were calculated to be worth £32 million. Jagex received an investment from Insight Venture Partners in October 2005.[10] The company had been self-funded before this investment.

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    On October 23, 2007, Geoff Iddison, former European CEO of PayPal, replaced Constant Tedder as CEO in order to "accelerate international growth".[11] Since Geoff Iddison was appointed, Jagex has appeared in the press far more frequently than it had under Tedder.[citation needed]

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    On February 27, 2008, Jagex released FunOrb, an online mini-games portal, with 18 launch games. Like RuneScape, FunOrb is written in Java and can be played from a browser.[12]

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    A "High Detail" version of RuneScape was launched as a "Live Beta" on July 1, 2008.[13] The technologies involved have been used across all of Jagex's new products since it's launch.

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    On July 25, 2008, Jagex released its first novel - RuneScape: Betrayal at Falador,[14] written by TS Church. To promote its release 10 of the pre-ordered copies were signed by TS Church, Andrew Gower, Paul Gower, former Jagex CEO Geoff Iddison and the cover artist.

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    The book was published by Babel Interactive Ltd of Worcestershire.

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    Iddison resigned as CEO in January 2009, and was replaced by Mark Gerhard, who had been the Chief Technical Officer for Jagex before his appointment.[15]

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    Jagex became a member of Tiga, the United Kingdom's game developer trade body, on April 15, 2009. Richard Wilson, Tiga's CEO, described Jagex as "one of the most successful game developers in the world, not just the UK.

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    Jagex has developed extraordinarily popular games and is at the leading edge in terms of online safety and security."[16]

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    Source(s): So, Jagex is the game maker of Runescape.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Jagex.

    www.jagex.com

    free online games at Jagex.com. A host of genres including RPG, tower defence, action, sports, strategy and many more.

    Jagex is a British producer of Java-based online computer games. They are most commonly associated with the MMORPG RuneScape, but also own the FunOrb website as well as various other online projects.

    Source(s): www.jagex.com
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