I'm working on a demo game that once I get down to the main mechanics, I can go straight to designing 2 game ideas I have: one being a survival simulator, which is a little like Lone Survivor (though not entirely with invisible gauges), and a dating sim but with stats.I've not gotten down the whole list of what mechanics I need to discuss but as I progress on my demo, I'll ask more in this forum. But it's your chance to learn more and get the basics of making RPG when you're still young. Btw, happy new year (it's late, I know) I've been away from DA for quite long time, lol. This, along with its follow-up RPG Tsukūru Dante 98 II, was made for NEC PC-9801, and games created with these programs can be played on a Windows computer with emulators called Dante for Windows and D2win, respectively.RPG Maker 95 was the first Microsoft Windows-based RPG Maker software.If this demo comes out good, I'll showcase to everyone so they can use it as reference.
The Japanese name, Tsukūru, is a pun mixing the Japanese word tsukuru (作る), which means "make" or "create", with tsūru (ツール), the Japanese transcription of the English word "tool".
Despite being geared towards creating role-playing video games, the engine also has the capability to create games of other genres, such as adventure games (see Yume Nikki) or graphic novels with minimal tweaking.
According to Enterbrain, RPG Tsukūru Dante 98, released on December 17, 1992, was the first software of the RPG Maker series, although there were a few versions of RPG making software by ASCII preceding it, dating back to 1988.
Then I try to learn Illustrator quickly and the results? And making the sprite , if you want to project it all by yourself. So, from now on I might be post some screenshots from my project to my DA.
It's still in my external hard drive, waiting for me to work on it again someday. But from one week ago I browsed some sites and found selling shirt via online. The most difficult is to set the "events" on your game.