Melvor Idle is a feature-rich, idle / incremental game with a familiar feel. With over 20+ unique skills to tackle, you will always have something new to tackle.

Features include offline progression, cloud save comparability, many unique shop upgrades, inbuilt bank / inventory system and more!

Every skill in this game has its purpose, and interacts with other skills in unique and interesting ways. The training of one skill will benefit others, forcing you to make decisions about the best cause of action to take.

Combat has over 100+ unique monsters for you to face, utilizing Melee, Ranged or Magic attack types to gain advantages over your foe.

Combat comes sorted with many fierce and tough Dungeons for you to conquer. Each Dungeon contains a unique, tough boss at the end which in turn will provide massive rewards for completion!

Do you have what it takes to conquer Melvor?

This game requires an internet connection to play.

What’s New

Version 1.0.9

- Added support for iPad Split View

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.9K Ratings

3.9K Ratings

rillosplittr ,

a whole different tier of idle games

The only thing this game is missing is an in-game tutorial, which I learned is currently being developed after checking the development roadmap. This game will take a few minutes and maybe an hour to learn, but is very, very well worth it. If you don’t like in-depth games don’t waste your time downloading it. This game is 5 stars across the board, and you can tell that the developers care. If you like runescape, idle games, mmorpgs, etc TAKE THE TIME TO LEARN AND PLAY THIS GAME. I’m 3 days in and see so much potential; i’ve already had a great time playing it. I recommend starting a regular account and once exploring a little, create a second account in adventure mode to use when not active on your main account. The wiki is extremely useful, and has a beginner guide to help you understand the game. Start with fishing or woodcutting if you have no idea what to do!

CannibalBunnies ,

Neat Idle game but I want a little more from it.

Not a traditional sense of fun but from a completion-est standpoint it does have plenty of merit. Take RuneScape or World of Warcraft and take it down to its base skills and you have this game. You pick a skill and idle in it for awhile and than usually use the resulting rewards in a different skill and idle than produce something to use for another purpose or even a third skill. It’s neat how much each different skill is connected but beyond that that’s really all there is to it besides the combat skills. Combat although different is very slow and especially at the start requires paying some attention while you slowly chip away at enemy health bars and that really isn’t that fun, magic is a lot better than standard combat but that one is 100% supported by farming resources without any mana bars or the likes, ranged is also better than melee but not as good as magic but as needs to be farmed. Neat game to play and some people will definitely love it but I was looking for a little bit more from a game like this and while I won’t play it much I definitely will open it up from time to time.

Caindar ,

Fun and scratches that RuneScape itch.

Pros: Doesn’t hassle you with ads that interrupt gameplay at all (banner ads only), managing the gameplay is fun, idle in background without limitations

Cons: App sometimes gets moody(When moody the app will force close the current game session and return the player to the title screen. This has lost me dungeon progress.), to idle properly in the background the app has to -first- be closed not minimized -second- be reopened and checked that the file saved either locally or to the cloud -and third- be closed again because the app won’t idle at all when just minimized(iPhone user).

After thoughts: I would like more from the game, and understand that it is currently in alpha, so some degree of big changes may be coming down the line. I want more stuff to do. This will become boring eventually, and I would probably stick around with this game for a long time if there was a mmo/RuneScape-like world for my character to travel around. Essentially what I want a RuneScape with botting being a part of the game design, and to be able to jump in and play manually too. I’d even pay for membership if it was good enough.

App Privacy

The developer, Games by Malcs Pty Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

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  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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