Indie game storeFree gamesFun gamesHorror games
Game developmentAssetsComics
SalesBundles
Jobs
Tags

Makorie

12
Posts
43
Followers
106
Following
A member registered Aug 08, 2016 · View creator page →

Creator of

Recent community posts

I appreciate it! Thank you!

Thank you for the kind words! I hope this program can be useful to you 😊

Thank you!

I appreciate the very kind words! Thank you 😊

Thank you so much!

Thank you!

Thank you so much! 😊

Hello! Regarding this rule: "Your game must be made in an RPG Maker engine (2000, 2003, XP, VX, VX Ace, MV, MZ)." Does this game jam require game developers to use the RPG Maker battle system (respective to any of the game engines above) for their project? Thank you!

Hello. I would like to ask for a clarification: "All three placed winners will have their game hosted on both the RPGMakerWeb website, as well as Steam, for the world to see".  Is this account a pre-existing one, or would it be a account specifically for this jam? Thank you for your time.

Hello, thank you for this extension. I seem to be running into some minor errors. (I am using Windows 10, and GMS 2.3.) 

When right clicking on the game, it'll display the name as window_frame_host.exe, with its associated icon. Clicking the icon will show the empty black window: "this is a helper program for window_frame.dll". I've also inconsistently found that trying to close the game project on its own will leave the window frame onscreen. It's hard to recreate this bug, though. Thanks for your time.

glad you like my art :) (and if you were being serious about that request, feel free to e-mail me and we can work something out-.)

And ah, interesting. Think it was a good decision to work with a monster figure than a zombie honestly, heh- regardless, congrats on making a game for a game jam! I hope this game and your team get more support in the future-.

Did you take inspiration off of the LD 34 game LadyBug by any chance? I can't help but feel like this game is too similar for it to be a coincidence :P interesting visual style choice though, kinda reminds me of The Final Station.