- If you have RPGMAKER 2003 copy the file "system2c.png" from your RTP into the "System2" folder for Stayin' Alive.
-If you do not have RPGMAKER 2003, right click the image below and save it to the "System2" folder inside the "Stayin' Alive" folder (wherever you've decided to extract the game to).
^Best "patch" ever^
Explanation: Because I used RM tool (which is built for rpgmaker 2000) to scan my project for missing resources I neglected to include (or remove the game's need for) System2 graphics. As a result you may receive a "missing resource" error when trying to play the game. If you have rpgmaker2003 then simply paste "systemc.png" into the system2 folder (i believe that's all that's missing, and it's not even actually used in the game).
I am changing the available download to a version that should have no missing resources.. It's pending at the moment and should be available shortly.
So I submitted my Weekend Gamemaking Binge game on time! (technically)
I wasn't banking on download pending though, and my locker is too small to host the game.
I've linked Shinan to a Mediafire hosted version of the game so hopefully I'll still be in the competition. :)
The game is essentially made up of three short mini-games (strung together with text and short cut-scenes) with an aim to collect as many records as possible and to score points. It's pretty straightforward and if you weren't going for a high score you could probably finish the entire thing in less than ten minutes.
This is the first time I've worked to a deadline on an RM project and actually the first time I've ever finished an Rm project (even though this is incredibly short!)
Oh and here's a little bonus information - The number of Records you collect equates to the number of people attending the disco club in the credits sequence.. Not a big deal, but the best kind of "bad endings Vs good endings" thing I could come up with when I only had 2 hours left to finish everything up.
Anyway, it's probably buggy as hell and it probably won't be fixed very much in the future, if at all.. But I think it's actually dead fun! and pretty challenging too. So if you feel like something kinda humorous, sloppily made, but with straightforward game-play and no commitment then give it a try. :)
(Oh and post and/or screenshot your end-game results too if you do play & complete it. It'd be cool to know how well people did).