Minigames are underrated in OSRS despite being a great way to experience the game differently.
Minigames are essentially small games that are within Old School RuneScape where players have a certain objective that they need to finish. They’re a great time-sinker that’s tucked away within the large world of OSRS and unfortunately, this leads to not many players trying them out. Minigames are arguably one of the best things that have been added to OSRS since its release. It’s a great way to kill some time and there’s a whole bunch of them to pick from. The minigames in OSRS offer all sorts of ways to enjoy the game and it’s disheartening to see that even some of the long-time veterans that have accumulated a lot of OSRS gold and OSRS GP from the countless hours of playing haven’t even played at least one minigame. Unbeknownst to many, minigames offer tons of great rewards like that of the twisted bow; however, not all minigames were made equally. Some are, in fact, better than others and offer more delight in terms of playing.
The Barrows minigame is a great way to earn tons of OSRS GP and OSRS gold in just one sitting. Barrows equipment is always in demand and is a great item to sell in the market, making this minigame quite profitable. It is said that players can easily make up to 1 million GP per hour with the Barrows minigame. Players will have to plan though, as the dungeon, they’ll have to go into drains the Prayer stat the longer they stay inside. They’ll also have to come up with certain strategies and such to be able to complete the minigame without perishing. It’s a pretty tough minigame, but the rewards more than make-up for its challenge.
Tzaar Fight Cave
The Tzaar Fight Cave is one of the more popular minigames in all of Old School RuneScape. The reason being? This is the minigame where players get the Fire Cape. For those of you who are living under a rock, the Fire Cape is a popular item that’s sought after by almost all of the players who don’t have it already. The only way to get it is by finishing the Tzaar Fight Cave minigame. The rules are pretty simple for the minigame. All players have to do is go inside a cave that’s located in Mor Ul Rek (also known as Tzaar City). From there, waves of enemies will come in. Players have to defeat each of these waves which gets harder as they progress. One thing about the Tzaar Fight Cave minigame is that it’s not for the faint of heart. Players will have to give everything they’ve got for it considering there are a total of 63 waves of monsters that they’ll have to vanquish. Even after that, they’ll have to defeat the final boss, TzTok-Jad, who is level 702. This is a minigame that only strong players can ultimately finish, so beginners and new players beware. Even if the players who will under do the minigame are strong, they’ll still have to manage their items, HP, and Prayer stat well if they want to be able to at least reach the final boss. The Tzaar Fight Cave is arguably the most difficult minigame to finish in all of Old School RuneScape, but it’s worth it if they’ll get the Fire Cape which is touted as one of the best melee capes in the game.
Pest Control is an easy minigame that just about anyone can play, but there’s a catch. This is a team minigame. Meaning, players have to cooperate if they want to succeed. There are three difficulty levels to choose from in the Pest Control minigame. The players must then go to the Void Knights’ Outpost and slay all of the pests while protecting the Void Knight NPC who stands in the middle of everything. After everything that’s said and done, the players will be rewarded with special tokens that can be used to purchase nifty Void Knight sets.
In A Nutshell
There is a plethora of minigames to be found in Old School RuneScape that are fun, engaging, and offer a lot of OSRS GP just for doing it. For players that are stumped on what methods to do next in search of their quest for OSRS gold, then minigames are the perfect experiment they ought to try. There’s a minigame for just about everyone thanks to the sheer number of them. What do you think about minigames in OSRS? Do you love them or aren’t all that interested in trying them out? Let us know what you think about this down below.