Ayyy I'm really happy to hear this! I played a fair few rpg maker games on my 3ds as well, so it's cool to hear it came full circle in a way. And if the game didn't teach you all about the wonders of Tesco, I'm not sure anything else can :P
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I had Gettin Weird with It on in the background while developing most of the game and the games featured there were a big influence on how this came together. It was an honor to be on there and give back to the community o7
Which version did you download? The default or the one without rtp?
In any case, the easy solution would be to download EasyRPG emulator and run it through there, it troubleshoots most issues for you :)
This was such a cool experience!! My friend riggy played it on stream yesterday and I just had to check it out myself. Tons of cool ideas, art styles and secrets (managed to find four by the end). Looking at the comments and from stream yesterday I know some people found it hard to know what to do, but that's kind of what I loved about it. Feels like one big puzzle to solve. My only word of advice would have been to replace the default MV message box and font, but that's obviously a tiny nitpick.
Looking forward to whatever you end up making next - will definitely be checking it out!
Wow, loved this! Pretty much amazing in every aspect. Loved the characters, loved the artstyle, loved the horror bits and overall just loved the experience. I hope you decide to submit this on rpgmakernet aswell, I'd love to put in a good word for the other mods and feature it on the front page!
There's different versions of the 2k3 rtp (it's stupid like that), you might need the japanese one, and the ones for the pirated version of 2k3 and legal version of 2k3 are also different. If you're asking about re:in though I'm not sure I can be much more help than that as I had nothing to do with its development nor have I played it?
Seems like you're probably missing the rpg maker 2003 rtp (you can download it here), which is required for games made in the engine to run, but that's weird because if that's the case the game probably shouldn't have launched in the first place.
You could try adding the image into the folder called "Battle" in the game files and see if that fixes it?
Woah, it's awesome to see you return! Saying this game looks absolutely stellar would be an understatement. I'm genuinely blown away by how good these screenshots look and I can't wait to buy this when I have the chance!
For your first time using rpg maker, this is pretty nice! It's a little rough around the edges, and the grammar and spelling could use some proofreading, but it's filled with nice ideas and has a pretty decent atmosphere going. Hope you decide to carry on using the engine, I'd definitely be interested to see what else you might make with it in the future!
Thanks so much fan! I don't have any plans to stop posting on itch anytime soon, luckily :D
It's not the last in the series, but I have no plans to stop making these any time soon since they're a lot of fun, so if you're interested I suggest just getting into it. They're all semi self-contained stories (they feature characters from previous games but the conflict is tied up at the end of each one, so you won't be left with any cliffhangers).
Awesome! I wanted to be able to save because there were a few times I wanted to intentionally kill myself to see if there was any special game over dialogue (since i found out by jumping in the hole that there was) but didn't want to lose my progress. I think it's a good addition personally!