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The successful stories we have aren't really variations on the standard. The stars had to align for Among Us to find its players long after its launch, and arguably the biggest example before that - without the assistance of a major publisher was Undertale that was released in 2017.

It's why RuneScape The Early 20 Years isn't just essential reading for anyone who is a fan of gaming, it's essential for all those who care about how the game's world is moving towards. It's a reminder that we should all support the independent scene that's constantly fighting for attention in a large market.

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