The Complete Chests Tutorial is finally being given a long overdue update! Since my recent purchase of the officially translated version of RM2K3 from Steam, I decided to finally bring this tutorial up-to-date. I’m basically rewriting them but using the tutorials as templates and adding some additional features as well. Included will be some new chapters, which again were planned but never fully implemented. A downloadable demo will be available for each RPG Maker. Maps will be unique to each but the basic principles will be the same throughout. The demos will be more puzzle-orientated as well. Once complete, the Complete Chests Tutorial will also be uber-updated.
Yes, it’s official! RPG Maker 2003 has been officially translated into English and is now available on Steam. I just bought it to add to my Steam collection. I now have them all in one convenient place. When I first discovered RM95 all those years ago, and then RM2K, even though they weren’t officially translated into English, when RM2K3 was "released" it put me on a life-changing journey. I’ve not looked back since. RPG Maker 2003 is actually what really got me started. I’d played all the classic RPGs, like Final Fantasy, Chronotrigger and Ys: The Vanished Omens and always wanted to create my own games. With RM2K3, I was…
I found this on a Facebook page I follow and thought I’d share it as an aside from the RPG Maker stuff.
The final results for the March 2015 Poll What RPG Maker Do You Use Most Often? are in. The three "other" options were: I find the results most interesting, not what I expected. So, based on these results, I’ll try and tailor the content accordingly. Thanks to ALL who voted and commented!