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Discussion in 'Online Game Development' started by ogreman, Jul 19, 2015.
In everybody's opinion which is the best?
I have the two latest ones due to the previous Humble Bundle, XP and Ace
If your talking about the programs: All of the veterans of the RPG Maker swear by VX Ace being the best, MV being new and with less base assets was shunned, but the fact that you can export multi-plat makes me want it. I personally own XP and VX Ace and prefer to use VX Ace.
If your talking about games made using RPG Maker..
Lamia Must Die - This is a free game available on Steam, and pretty unique. While the game itself is short it can be quite challenging.
In Search of Immortality - Very funny with a side of serious, has some interesting parts and was the first RPG Maker game I played.
Angels of Fasaria: Version 2.0 - From what I've played and what my friends have told me it's a pretty fun game, my main interest is the additional MMO feature (currently removed as they are remaking it).
The Book of Legends
Leigonwood 2: Rise of the Eternal's Realm
Free RPG Maker Games
Nice post. I ended up getting one this weekend because it was under $1 and a great subject: Suits: A Business RPG
Figured since I don't post much, mine as well make each post decent lol. Nice snag, let me know how it is?
That is a good way to do it.l In fact, we have a monthly award for the best high quality poster.
Blog articles could also use good comments like that and now have a Review of the Week based on them.
I was actually thinking about starting up blogging again, never really gave it an effort. Just not sure what to really blog about, possibly gaming new (I'm sure someone else is covering this already though). That's awesome though, I'll probably be participating in some of these.
EDIT: The "Blog" button on the site takes me to http://www.gameogre.com/ instead of http://www.gameogre.com/blog. Just thought I'd let you know Ogreman.
EDIT2: Errrrmmm... Either I'm missing something or the personal blog feature is gone?
The forum blog feature is indeed dead, it died with vbulletin as it was a vb thing. The Blog is the mainsite, which is basically the old mainsite's content, with the mainsite blog integrated and the base.
Ah, alrighty. That makes sense. That's for the clarification Pure
You can blog on the mainsite now or comment as I said before.