RPG Maker VX Ace is the latest and greatest engine in the RPG Maker series, improving on every aspect of creating your very own epic adventure. The most powerful editor yet, Ace supports multiple tilesets, offers full control over autoshadow and has a very flexible features system.
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Release Date: Dec 10, 2012

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About This Software

Simple Enough for a Child. Powerful Enough for a Developer.

RPG Maker VX Ace is the latest and greatest engine in the RPG Maker series, improving on every aspect of creating your very own epic adventure. The most powerful editor yet, Ace supports multiple tilesets, offers full control over autoshadow and has a very flexible features system.

Ace gives you all the tools you need to make that game you’ve always dreamed of, including the following features:

• A powerful map editor to build your world.
• A database to track your characters, skill, equipment and more, all improved with the powerful new flexible Features system.
• New event options, including support for Ogg Theora video.
• An expansive set of default resources, including a built in character generator to create your own sprites and faces.

Key Features

Simple, Powerful Tools
RPG Maker VX Ace brings powerful new tools to the table to enhance your RPG-making potential. None of the previous engines can match Ace for flexibility, even for users with no coding knowledge. These features are powerful but also very easy to learn, with most accessed through a simple point and click interface.

Enhanced Default Graphics
RPG Maker VX Ace offers a large collection of new graphics, including 4 tilesets and the long-requested set of fallen character sprites. The engine is also compatible with all of the existing fan-made RPG Maker VX resources.

Export Your Game
Once you’re ready to show your project off, you can easily export your game into a portable EXE file that can be played on ANY Windows system. Share it with your friends, family or with the vibrant RPG Maker community on the internet.

System Requirements

    • OS:Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz equivalent or faster processor
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:1024 x 768 pixels or higher desktop resolution
    • Hard Drive:400 MB HD space
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz equivalent or faster processor
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
Helpful customer reviews
144 of 152 people (95%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
4,018.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
RPG Maker VX Ace is software meant to help facilitate users in creating that RPG they have in mind. It's not without it's complexities, however, and they are there.

Back when RPG Maker for the PSX came out, a friend and I got it. We had to have it mailed to us, since no stores sold it. I honestly don't remember how, since it was before I was really on the internet. In any case; it was weeks of anticipation, for what equated to a memory-card hogging, confusing system of software. I think the best we did was have an event that was basically an arena, where one monster at a time would walk to you and start a fight. It was a lot of money for something we quickly found kinda...hard.

Today, though, we can use a keyboard and mouse! Other then that, it's still hard. Like really hard. Not because it's challenging, but because it requires not only putting things together, but learning EXACTLY how to do it. To some, it comes naturally, it's fun, and they put out a couple games. You can find them on the marketplace, too, and play and enjoy them!

But be honest, do you buy RPG maker to play RPGs? No. You buy it to work. You buy it as a swiss army knife with a few thousand different tools, with a house to build. It's all there, but you need to learn how to use it...and that's without worrying about content (Want a sprite not there? You can make it, but it's work!)

I wonder how many people bought it without making even a simple, but complete game. Count me in!

Why, yes, I do have over 2000 hours. It's because my main way of working on my own project is by keeping RM open all the time. Staring at me.

"...Hey. It's not done yet."

"Yea, I know. Here, I'll make a skill I had in mind. That's something done."

"Good, good...I'll be here when you want to make something else."

I've found that RM's forums and Youtube in general have been very helpful. But be forewarned. You're not buying a game. You won't have a great, or even good game just kinda...fit together. You're buying work.

In short, I love procrastinating, and RPG Maker VX Ace is a really fun piece of software to tinker with.

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46 of 49 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1,624.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 19
What can I say?

This is in fact a serious program and it's great for anyone who wants to start making their own games and learn the basic logic behind programming (without the need to be a programmer) and small game development as a whole. The possibilities to customize how your game looks and behaves are ENDLESS.

There is some learning (I estimate that it's about 50 hours to learn the most important things + quite a few complicated ones), but there are TONS of guides. You don't even need to have skills in Ruby, because there are also TONS of scripts out there that contain the option (part of the code) you're looking for. And as for code, you can customize ANYTHING in it... at your own risk...

You want to create a 640x480 jRPG with a MAD amount of possibilities? Use this program. Of course anything else can also be created but I would not recommend using this for anything other than RPG's, adventure games and visual novels.

Also please note that games created with RPG Maker can only work on Windows OS, and I think that this is the biggest downside of this program. Other than that I cannot think of ANY reason not to buy it.
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21 of 21 people (100%) found this review helpful
39.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
First of all, if you don't feel like reading the whole review, I'll say that this program is easy to use and does not require programming.
Now, the classic review:
+Easy to use, does not require programming
+Comfortable to use and learned quickly
+Possilbe to use programming (Ruby)
+Many characters and enemies
+DLCs which give more enemies
+Sample maps (for the lazy people between us xD)
+Character generator
+Possible to divide the maps into 4 groups (indoor, outdoor, dungeon and field)
+Many sounds, music and DLCs which add more
+Possible to upload a music into the program to use it
+Many options to use without programming
+Many sample characters
+Sample pictures of main menu or you can make one of your own
+Many sample classes, weapons, items and able to make more
+May do custom skills with custom effects on cast.

-Graphics are much like the same
-Many options of the 'none programming' have to do with consequences branch and may be hard to do one
-Main menu is always the same, 3 options (New game, load game, exit)
-Isn't easy to put voice acting and text at the same time (requires consequences branch)
-Hard making the people move as you wanted
-Not possible to play only specific map (for debugging)
-Monsters and characters from DLCs don't look like the ones from the sample or from the character generator
-You cannot make a skill hurt both user and enemy

~Takes a lot of time to make a game (what did you expect?), as from my experience it's about 1 hour of work= 1-2 minutes of gameplay.

After all, I made an awesome game for a good friend of mine.
The score is... 8.5/10 and I absolutely recommend this!
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21 of 22 people (95%) found this review helpful
70.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 13
Despite the sometimes unfair reputation that the RPG maker series gets, I will reccommend this to anyone who is interested in creating games, either for a hobby or a commercial endeavor. It is true that there are a lot of poor RPG maker games that remain restricted to what the base engine provides (think default menus, sounds and mapping) but with enough creativity and commitment toward your project there's lots of scope to create a quality game with unique mechanics.

The engine itself is easy to understand, the menus are fairly intuitive so you can pick up most basic skills by just playing around. Most people argue that this is why the RPG series can give way to such low quality games, because it is comparitivley simple to create events and to get what you need your game to do. However the simple systems in place, with creative thinking, can be used to create much more in depth gameplay.

If you have experience in scripting languages or would like to learn at an entry level, RPG Maker VX Ace uses the Ruby Language, which is a fairly easy to start out with. You can use scripts to change many elements of gameplay and add extra depth to your game. Even if you have little interest in scripting, there's a whole community that build resources including scripting to help you add to your project. Many of which are free providing you credit the author.

The art assets are also highly customisable, provided you have a decent graphics editor such as Photoshop or GIMP, you can make beautiful tilesets, characters, maps and menus. Similarly if you lack the skill or patience to create such things, the community also can provide free assets for you to use. Of course there's paid DLC too, for the more hobby orientated user.

The music and sounds are also highly customisable, you can incorporate them in many ways throughout your project. If you are skilled enough you can use your own music and sound effects, or as before use what the community provide. Again, there's paid DLC to fill any gaps you may have in your soundscape.

To sum it up, RPG Maker VX Ace is very accessable but has all the basis for making a sturdy game. Regardless of whether you are a hobbyist or someone hoping to make a Commercial game, your creativity is really what determines how well your game turns out, RPG Maker gives you that sturdy foundation from which to build upon.

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75 of 120 people (63%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2014
I remember buying this one from a Humble Weekly bundle a while back, even paying extra to get a special tileset to make cyberpunk games out of. It might have been worth the around $7 that I payed for it, but definitely not the $69.99 they're asking for it. Here's why:

1) The resolution is locked at 640x480. This isn't really that big of a crime when you think about it, since 640x480 is a very comfy resolution for an RPG and a really large resolution would mean that too many tiles would be displayed on screen at once, but what makes this bad is that you can't go fullscreen in a way that's not stupid, which ruins immersion a little bit but more importantly prevents upscaling on larger monitors, meaning that people with really large native resolutions might be stuck on what is basically a postage stamp to them.

2) The tiles are locked at 32x32. If you just wanted to make your original game work around smaller tiles for whatever reason, tough luck!

3) I tried and couldn't find a way to make it so that whenever you start a new project, they don't already make half the game for you and fill your attacks and items databases with prefabs. Manually deleting all the pre-made items and attacks every time is annoying. It's a good feature for people that would make fantasy-themed RPGs, but if you wanted to make something else then deleting these large amounts of pre-made things every time is tedious.

4) Everything that this thing does, GameMaker can do better, and for free. In GameMaker, you can make the resolution or tile sizes be anything you want. Of course, there's more coding involved when using GameMaker, but considering how much Ruby scripting you'll have to do in RPG Maker to do anything that would make your RPG a bit unique in terms of features, this isn't really a problem.

Overall, just go with GameMaker for making your RPGs. There's slightly more to learn, but consider how much more the FREE edition does than the $69.99 RPG Maker.
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
1,065.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2014
Still the go-to engine for creating 2d RPG's with tile-based movement. It's easy to learn, fun to use, much more powerful than you'd think at first glance, and the community is always overflowing with support and resources. If you've always wanted to make a SNES era JRPG-style game, this is the way to do it.
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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1,688.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
i like this geam pls update tho

Seriously, this is really good software. I'd totally recommend it due to the overwhelming amount of community involved with it.
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
654.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 7
My preferred tool for creating my own role-playing game! Lots of fun to use, especially if you have your own dream RPG in mind!

RPG Maker VX Ace is for you if:
- You love single-player 2D role-playing games!
- You are new to game development.
- You want to create an RPG for fun or as a hobby.
- You want to sell your game.
- You have little or no programming experience (or, if you do and enjoy scripting!).
- You want your game to be single-player (no multi-player capabilities).
- You are OK with your game only running on Windows, not on Macs or mobile devices.

Choosing Your Game Engine:

RPG Maker is a clear excellent choice if you want to create a single-player 2D role-playing game. That is what RPG Maker does best, and it is wonderful to work with such a powerful, easy-to-use tool when developing an RPG!

However, if you want to build a 2D game that is not an RPG, such as a platformer/jumping game or an action/shooter game, you may likely prefer other software such as Game Maker https://www.yoyogames.com/studio or Unity https://unity3d.com/unity . Unity is great for both 2D and 3D games, but takes longer to learn than Game Maker. Both allow you to make multi-player games, which RPG Maker cannot do. That being said, if you'd like some jumping puzzles or adventure components in your single-player RPG Maker VX Ace game, it has got you covered! So, if your dream is to make a game like Zelda III, you'll likely prefer the action capabilities of Game Maker or Unity (although impressive things have been done with the RPG Maker "Zelda Engine"; but if you embark on such a project with RPG Maker, you need to be a scripter). But if you'd like puzzles, battles, or other features like those in Dragon Quest IV, Final Fantasy IV or VI, or Chrono Trigger, or even a free-movement battle system like Secret of Mana, RPG Maker's base features along with scripts in the community together allow for a variety of game types at your disposal using RPG Maker!

Also, Unity and Game Maker can run a game on any platform (Windows, Mac, mobile, etc), while the various RPG Maker software options only run on Windows. This is a big drawback to RPG Maker, but if you are OK with this, you will gain the extra power RPG Maker gives you to complete your dream role-playing game!

Which is Better, RPG Maker XP or VX Ace?

If you have never used an RPG Maker product before, I recommend RPG Maker VX Ace. But I've only ever used Ace, so you can decide for yourself! See RabbitGaming's video,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZrOmGtrIKU , for a great comparison of the lead RPG Maker products: RPG Maker VX Ace and RPG Maker XP.

Selling Your Game:

RPG Maker VX Ace games can be sold, and do not require the purchaser to have bought an RPG Maker product. So, you can sell your game! However, if you use art, music, or scripts not included with the base product, their terms of use might prevent you from selling your game. Keep track of what you add to your project if you intend to sell it.

Note: You may not make money on your game. So, do it for the love of your game. Don't quit your day job! If you make money, congrats! Your game is among amazing titles like "To the Moon", "Skyborn", and the "Millenium" series, among many other games made using RPG Maker that are available in the Steam Store: http://store.steampowered.com/tag/en/RPGMaker/

Original Art:

There are many talented artists who sell their art specifically for RPG Maker VX Ace designers, so you can purchase art that allows you to use it in a commercial product. Or, you can create your own original art or music and add it to your project!

Learning Curve:

RPG Maker VX Ace requires about 5 hours to learn the basics. You can save yourself some trouble by looking up an intro YouTube video, such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SneWwiI5v1k . To become familiar with all the advanced options (event commands, parallax mapping, etc) that come standard with the software, it may require 20 to 30 hours, but your game may only require a handfull of these advanced features, depending on the game you make. Finally, RPG Maker VX Ace has a built-in scripting feature, and it may require 5 to 10 hours to find online and test some free (or purchased) scripts from talented scripters/programmers.

Free Scripts:

Scripts can add an awesome unique flavor to your game. For example, many developers add scripts to customize the default battle system, and there are many excellent scripts for various styles of battle system. Other scripts add lighting effects, while others add adventure-style jumping, weapons, or puzzles. There are many scripts already created and available, and many of those scripts are free to use in commercial projects.

Using freely available scripts is recommended, such as the popular scripts by Yanfly https://yanflychannel.wordpress.com/rmvxa/ , or Theolized http://www.theolized.com/ , or Galv http://galvs-scripts.com/ , among many others. I also highly recommend the Fullscreen++ script by Zeus81 http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/14081-fullscreen/ and the word-wrapping script by KilloZapit http://www.rpgmakervxace.net/topic/6964-word-wrapping-message-boxes/ . Scripts by different developers may or may not be compatible.

If you have a solid programming background already, you can also script basically anything you want within a 2D environment. The scripting language is Ruby and an experienced programmer can learn using online resources, searching for RGSS3 scripting help.

How Multiple Developers can work on One Project:

If you have multiple developers, you could just take turns working on the same project on one computer. Or, you could split up the project into components, and have each person work on only one component, such as one on scripts and one on maps, and then bring the files together to see them in action. However, I recommend using a Subversion system, such as TortoiseSVN, which can be used in conjunction with DropBox to have multiple developers working on a single project simultaneously or from different computers/locations.

An Example Development Team:

Our developing group is using RPG Maker VX Ace to create our first indie role-playing game, which we intend to sell, just for fun and to see if we can do it, as a hobby (while we work our day jobs). We are three developers: myself leading mapping/eventing/story, our professional programmer/hobbyist arist leading scripting/music/art, and our business guru leading gameplay balance and eventually sales. We are able to share our work easily by using TortoiseSVN linked using DropBox, so that each developer always has the latest update. Rarely, our programmer (who is our TortoiseSVN expert), has to fix the files; but usually, it allows us to flawlessly share data.

Completing Your Game:

If you are imagining yourself creating an epic RPG like Dragon Quest IV, Final Fantasy VI, or Chrono Trigger, you have found (in my honest opinion) the best tool for accomplishing your dream! However, expect it to take about 10000+ hours, at least, to accomplish your goal; if you have multiple developers in your team, this obviously can cut the workload down to size! However, if you are imagining a game like Dragon Quest I or II, or the original Final Fantasy, you could be done in more like 1000+ hours. Search "RPG Maker" in the Steam Store, and you will find amazing titles to use as examples.

So, for your first game(s), think small! See this video for tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHMNeNapL1E


RPG Maker VX Ace is for anyone who loves RPGs and wants to make their own! I love using this software and interacting with my development team as we create our original role-playing game!

If you'd enjoy being a hobbyist RPG developer, get RPG Maker VX Ace for cheap when it goes on sale, or get it now and you'll be on your way to making your own exciting new adventure!
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43 of 70 people (61%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 1
Ok I want to write a negative review; specifically for people who see this product and say "hey I can do that."
This should not reflect on the quality of resources provided by this software, because i found those from adaquate to exceptional across the board.

If you have a basic understanding of computer codeing, then this may be for you. The language used is very basic but the scripting can still be tricky to master. The manual that you can find on the games website is a bit beirf with seven or eight pdf doccuments.
While the resources provided are nice any music or character sprites per made are of course copyrited to the product. You will have to do a good deal of resource creation if you wish to release a game.
Finally, I would like to stress that making a computer game takes a TEAM of dedicated individuals on average, several months. If you think your going to buy this product today and put a game out by yourself next week, or even next month then think again.

All this being said I would still recomend this product; but specifically.
-To someone cutting their teeth in game design
-Who plans to do this, or want to explore this for a career
-Who has an intermedeite knowlege of computers and graphic design

There are several solid games out there made by this engine; but they were made by some very talanted people and often groups who had the money and time to invest in a long term project.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
113.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
I gotta admit, RPG Maker VX Ace isn't simple for a child, "Simple Enough for a Child. Powerful Enough for a Developer" part of this statement is false, but after watching a few tutorials and learing a bit of the ruby language I started making progress. I had fun learning how to use this piece of software, and I really reccomend using custom scripts in your games if you want to make something good. Includes Trading Cards 10/10
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107 of 199 people (54%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
117.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2014
After having used this software for over a hundred hours, the best piece of advice I can offer anyone is to scale your expectations back - and I mean way, WAY back. No words can describe how disappointed I am with RPG Maker after spending countless hours watching tutorials, reading guides, experimenting with concepts, editing with GIMP, all to create nothing useful or something just barely functional. I simply did not realize how limited the software was. Even after I discovered what it could do (or more accurately, could not do) I scaled back my expectations constantly only to hit a roadblock again and again. By far my biggest critique of the software is the bare-bones nature: you can make a Final Fantasy game with it, and by that I mean the FIRST Final Fantasy, aka the one that is probably older than you are. The mechanics are all at least 25 years old, resulting in:

-No in-house method of creating a game map (as in, a reference map you can press a button to show where you are in the world)
-No in-house method of editing Sprites or Tiles (I had to use GIMP software for that)
-a mystifyingly limited number of tiles you can use to build a map with (after using GIMP to put together a custom tile set, I exported it to the game only to discover i could only use a fraction of the tile set because Enterbrain imposes a limit on tile sheet sizes…when I discovered that, I swear a small part of me died.)
-Needlessly complicated methods to get around the tile limit (like parallax mapping and some outside scripts)
-No in-house clock
-Way, way too heavy reliance on outside scripting to do even the most basic of things that RPG's have already been using for decades.
-Arbitrarily small limits on things such as stats or item amounts (true, you may not use every slot to create items, but why take the chance to limit the developer? Go ahead and set the limits sky-high, it is not that hard)

Think of an RPG, any RPG: what mechanics did you like about it? chances are, RPG Maker cannot do that. Did you like the Psynergy or Djinni system of Golden Sun? Too Bad. Did you want to make a game with multiple skills in it to level up without the use of scripts, as per Runescape or the Elder Scrolls? Nope. Did you hope to implement a monster capture system like Pokemon? Not Happening. Did you like the flashy Summons from the early Final Fantasy games this software is failing to live up to? Not a chance. Do you like to actually watch your characters on the battle screen fighting the enemy like in…almost every RPG ever made? Without scripts, you will be stuck in a soulless first person mode and will never see your characters sprites in battle. Are you awed when your enemies use your own nuclear attacks against you, or unleash their own unique abilities to show you that you are not the only person with show-stopping special effects? Enemy sprites are static and use utterly no animation when they attack. Want to change the default walking or running speed?... Actually, I still have not found a script that could let me do that.

This software may be useful for veteran programmers, but for those new to the field, stay far, far away. Now, admittedly the community has made incredible scripts that dramatically improve the experience, but fans had to do that, not the developer. I might even go so far as to say that I think some of the fans put more effort into improving RPG Maker than Enterbrain itself did actually making it. Ultimately, I cannot recommend RPG Maker VX Ace to anyone.


Do not buy (or at least wait for a sale), you will be disappointed.

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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
99.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
Ahh this software is amazing.
RPG Maker VX Ace is an amazing thing that I now constantly play!!!
So anyway...
+++Easy To Use
++Lots Of Premade Assets and Moves/Enemies
++Great Customizble Assets, Moves/Enemies, and Events
+Making Event's Is Easy If You Get Used To It
+Common Event System
+You Can Import Your Own (Not revoluntary or anything)
++You can make short games in less then 20 hours.
+Play others games with workshop or download
+++Use Scripts To Expand What You Can Do

-You Will Probaly Use Script's Very Quickly, RPG Maker does not offer much System/Basic Feature Changing.
--Importing Is Not Always So Easy, and you might need to heavly edit the picture.
-While easy to learn, tutorials are still needed to get the basics.
---Charater Design is not very in-depth
---This one is obivous, but you can only make RPG's With it.

Special Pro
+++Game Charater Hub (Even tho i dont have it) Can make charater design MUCH better.

Over all i rate this a 8.5/10, an amazing software to start making games with.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
12.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
I just love it :) , really nice tool to create beautiful games. Only think I dont like is system of instaling DLC's.
Kinda complicated, and you need to search on net to find out how to do it. Another sad thing is Price of DLC's
where are just few things and it cost like new game from Square Enix ... But forget on this :D Program is Lovely,
music is playing in my ears :D its so cute :D its time to make some DATING SIMULATOR :D
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
73.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2014
Finally, i can make my masterpiece (of ♥♥♥♥) game here and become a billionaire by making the worst game ever

Blue Mario Quest... coming soon
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 26
Incredibly simple to use, without feeling like you're being limited thanks to the ludicrous amount of user scripts. Huge amounts of graphics are available online from various sources, so you can be a complete loser without any form of programming knowledge or artistic ability and STILL make a half-decent game.
Then you can put your half-decent (read: garbage) game on Steam Greenlight and probably get it through because Greenlight is the blunder of the ♥♥♥♥ing century.
Good tool for making RPGs, though.
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 14
Cool maker. Thanks.
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
77.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2014
Worth every penny, on sale or not. I'm too lazy to go highly in-depth, so here's the generic saying to reel you in:

"Simple enough for a beginner, powerful enough for a professional."
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15 of 27 people (56%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
54.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 25
Most of the community people don't want you to use this program to make games - they have decided that you must make completely original content and know how to use Ruby programing before releasing anything commercial. That means years of work, or funding a team.

If you have a nice story, atleast you could use it to piece the tale together and give yourself a chibi.

Good luck!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 6
The rpg maker is a alright software to use for making your own little games, but overall I think it's good.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
261.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2014
One of the best creator i've ever used. Does not take long to get good at it either. If you're willing to pay the $60usd then go ahead and get it. But if you can, try to get it while it's on sale.
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