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Steamforged Games has announced a partnership with creator Jagex to bring RuneScape to tablet computers later this year. The MMORPG will receive not just two but two tablestop versions, a board game and a tabletop role-playing game. The board game will debut on Kickstarter at some point in the year and the tabletop version will head straight to stores.
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