Indie game storeFree gamesFun gamesHorror games
Game developmentAssetsComics
SalesBundles
Jobs

Caramel

8
Posts
3
Topics
1,133
Followers
A member registered Jul 24, 2016 · View creator page →

Creator of

Recent community posts

If you go to the folder where you extracted the game you'll find all of the music in /Data/Audio/BGM/. The tracks with names that don't start with capital letters are the tracks from the game.

I can assure you that the game does not contain any viruses or malicious software. I just went to check for myself, as it's not something I have used before, and VirusTotal is a service which aggregates over 60 different antivirus services and scans the uploaded file with each one individually. In the case of Red Trees, only one of these 60+ services throws up a warning for potentially malicious software. This indicates a false positive. In the case of truly malicious software you would be looking for detection across the board from several different services.

False positives are not uncommon for games made in this engine (RPG Maker) and more broadly for all sorts of software being scanned through VirusTotal. VT even say so themselves and offer an entire paid service for developers looking to mitigate the risk of false positives.

I'm sorry to hear you encountered an issue like that! Did you open your inventory (press 'X', select items) and confirm you definitely still had the floor cleaner and not a different item? It's possible the dialogue for handing over the floor cleaner could have gotten skipped somehow

Whoops! I think I've fixed it now. Thank you for letting me know.

This is such a delightful game! Playing it felt almost as if I was reading a storybook. The visuals are very charming and the dark atmosphere drew me right in. I loved getting to know the main character, too; I hope she gets to where she's going eventually.

Thank you!! Red Trees was made in RPG Maker VX Ace.

thank you so much! everyone is too kind. ;_;

yes, I had to edit a few places in the game file where the canvas/map size is set and then manually add in all the tiles to the right of where a default-sized bitsy room would usually end. increasing the resolution like that seems like it might break a few things, but fortunately none of it is noticeable in a game like this!