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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Veröffentlichung: 10. Dez. 2012

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30. September



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14. Juli

Indie Game Maker Contest 2015

This years IGMC has been launched, and there is still time for you to get involved!

You can win massive cash prizes, with the Grand Prize being over $17,000 and still growing at the time I'm writing this, for making the best game possible before August 7th! RPG Maker is even considered one of the Prize Engines, which means that not only could you win the Grand Prize, you also have a chance to win as the best RPG Maker game in the contest!

For more information, check out the contest site here, and read the rules here!

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Über diese Software

So einfach, dass es ein Kind bedienen kann; leistungsstark genug für einen Entwickler

RPG Maker VX Ace verbessert jeden Aspekt der RPG-Erstellung. Sie ist nicht nur die aktuellste, sondern auch die beste Engine in der RPG-Maker-Reihe. Mit der Unterstützung von mehreren Grafiksets, kompletter automatischer Schattenregulierung und einem flexiblen Eigenschaftensystem wird der Ace zum mächtigsten Werkzeug aller Zeiten.

Ace liefert alle Werkzeuge, die Sie benötigen, um Ihr Traumspiel zu realisieren. Erstellen Sie Ihr Spiel auf Ihre Weise mit folgenden Funktionen:
  • Ein erweiterter Mapeditor, damit Sie Ihre Welt kreieren können.
  • Eine Charakter-/Gegner-/Fähigkeiten-/Ausrüstungs-Datenbank mit einem neuen, leistungsstarken, flexiblen Eigenschaftensystem.
  • Neue Ereignisoptionen, enthält auch das Abspielen von OGG Theora-Videos.
  • Erweitern Sie die Standardressourcen. Enthalten ist unter anderem ein Charaktergenerator, damit Sie Ihre eigenen Sprites und Gesichter erstellen können.


Einfache, leistungsfähige Werkzeuge

RPG Maker VX Ace erweitert die RPG-Erstellung durch einige neue starke Werkzeuge. Wir haben noch nie ein Produkt angeboten, welches so flexibel ist, ohne dabei Programmiergrundlagen vorauszusetzen. Diese neuen Werkzeuge sind nicht nur flexibel, sondern auch unglaublich einfach zu erlernen und anzuwenden. Das Ganze ist durch eine Point&Click-Oberfläche zugänglich.
Erweiterte Standardgrafiken

RPG Maker VX Ace enthält eine stark erweiterte Grafikkollektion, inklusive 4 Grafiksets samt darin enthaltenen Sprites, zusätzlich zu den vielen neuen Sprites. Ace punktet zusätzlich durch die Kompatibilität mit allen existierenden RPG Maker VX Ressourcen, welche von Fans erstellt wurden.
Exportieren Sie Ihr Spiel

Sie haben Ihr Projekt fertiggestellt und möchten andere Ihr einzigartiges RPG-Erlebnis spielen lassen. Exportieren Sie Ihr Spiel als eine portable EXE-Datei, welche auf JEDEM Windows-System funktioniert. Teilen Sie es mit Freunden, Ihrer Familie oder sogar dem Internet!


    • 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
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2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. September
Genial ! ;D
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Verfasst: 4. August
I made a crazy man in paint and put him in as the superboss. He attacks with nukes and lasers from his cocaine eyes. 10/10.
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25 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
15.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Juni
-Bought this while on sale
-Had no programming knowledge whatsoever
-Made my character move into a door
-Door didn't open
-Watched a couple of Youtube tutorials
-Able to make my character go through a door
-Made a treasure chest
-Got potion inside
-Tested it
-Treasure chest had unlimited potions inside
-Watched tutorial about Switches and Variables
-Wasn't able to comprehend it much
-Stopped making games until I fully understand everything

Best Procrastination Simulator ever!!! 11/10 would procrastinate again!!!
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23 von 27 Personen (85%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
14.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. Juni
Haven't realy dived into making a project yet. But i'll give insight on what i've seen so far.

For one, understand two things.

1. Yeah, playing around with it will help, but watching videos will take you less than two hours and you can learn basics incredibly easily.

2. Yeah, the basic structure doesn't require scripting. But keep in mind, even if you decide to take the route of simplicity, understand that a game that you will find yourself proud of making, will take time no matter what approach you take customization wise.

I haven't really drawn up anything to make yet, but I can assure you, once I do indeed think of a concept, I will revise this to accompany the proccess of putting a full game together.

From what i've seen, the software is very user friendly, maps are incredibly easy to make, and honestly, I could spend hours picking away at the database fine-tuning stats of a game i've made. Plenty of texture packages seem to be available + community support. Why I can say I probably wouldn't have bought this product for 70$, Being under 20$ is an amazing price and I recommend those who read to take advantage of this offer.
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12 von 12 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
22.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. August
RPG Maker VX Ace is a newer, improved version of a software which, as the title states, helps you make RPGs. It's not a game, but a software to make games. While with a lot of work you can make quite complex, not necessarily retro looking games, the base idea of RPG Maker is to make RPGs that are styled like those of the early 90’s: mostly 2D and 16-bit looking, such as the older Final Fantasy titles, or other such so called JRPG styled games.

I had used RPG Maker in the past -one of the first versions, in fact- and I’m glad to say the whole selection of menus and things you can do are much easier to find your way through now, and you can truly have a very short, very simple game out in a matter of days thanks to the wide variety of stock images they provide.

It might look quite confusing at first, but don’t be daunted by the amount of menus and options the program has to offer. Simply find a tutorial for beginners online and follow it, and you’ll be sure to be able to find your way around it. Or, if you’re the adventurous type, do what I did at first and learn by trial and error for the basics, it was also quite fun to learn this way!

So long as you're trying to make a game that follows the typical RPG rules, RPG Maker VX Ace makes scripting basic game features easy, as it will take care of most of the coding and you just have to fill in the options; it has some pre-made sample maps that you can use when you’re just starting out; as well as a character generator (for sprites and heads, you can change the eye color and shape, nose and mouth shape, skin color, clothes, and hair style and color between a few choices) that gives you a small amount of freedom on how your characters will look, while still working with the existing bases. This way you can busy yourself to learn the very basics of making a game thanks to not having to worry about the art and background.
The slightly more advanced basics (or should I say, intermediate scripting features) might take a little longer to learn (I still haven’t, I’m still only figuring out the basics of what this program can do), but if your goal is to make a small, simple game, you will surely find RPG Maker a great help. And, if you’re willing to delve into the world of scripting and use your own art, you can truly make of your game a masterpiece that might stand out from the rest, since with RPG Maker and some work you can customize everything: from the classes, through the damage formulas, to the menus and everything in between.

There's lots of user scripts to be found online that will help you with more complex stuff too, if you look for it! As well as free and paid packs of sprites, tiles, etc for download, some which are only allowed to be used with non-commercial games, while others have commercial licenses (be sure to check that when you download them!)

One thing that bothered me: Adding new tilesets to the default can be easy, but it’s not overly intuitive; some imported right and some not so, even though I added them as the tutorial told me to. Having better automation for this as well as for transferring tilesets you might make to someone else would be nice. Of course, since I’m new at this it could have been user error, but I feel like this step should be as easy as changing the images for the characters was, to make it more user friendly.

RPG Maker is good for beginners and advanced users alike, regardless of how big or small their project is. The only downside of it is that the official DLCs with music, new tilesets and characters can be quite expensive, but if you take into account that most of those are allowed for use in commercial games, it’s not too bad. They can, however, be quite an expense on an already expensive piece of software.

I’m not at all good with RPG Maker yet, and that is why this review for it is so short and not overly in-depth on all the possibilities you have, but as a beginner I can say: if you want to start out with a 2D RPG, RPG Maker is one of your best choices (though by far not the only one); if, however, you’re looking to make something a bit different from 16-bit styled games, you might find RPG Maker a bit more difficult to learn than you’d like to make a simpler game.
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