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Node and his girlfriend Lady are Drivers in the country of the U.S.B. As Drivers, they take on various kinds of jobs for the citizens of CPUcity to get by financially and pay their rent.

When Node is duped by a supposedly high-paying client into installing a virus—created by a Cyberian terrorist group and disguised as a security update—into the U.S.B's core system, he is framed for the crime and backed into a corner.

As the virus begins to spread, Node is wanted for termination by the BIOS Justice Force and thrust into the fight of his life! With the help of Lady and their long-time friend Krysto, Node must deal with the creators of the virus and clear his name.​






Six playable characters. That's ONE more than five (...Do the math)
Unique presentation and feel! This ain't just another 'standard RPG Maker' game.
Animated cut-scenes made in Toon Boom Harmony. (The same software that's used to animate shows like Rick & Morty!)
Link up! Hitting enemy weaknesses or landing critical blows on them gives you a chance of hosting special combination techniques.
Feel the prices of a certain business are too high? Take a play out of the Definitive Hustler's Fundamentals and hustle those pesky shop keepers into giving you some temporary lower prices! But be careful; if your hustling game is off, you'll be on bad terms.
Channel your inner Psion! Find MODS and MOD chips to customize which Psionic abilities party members bring to the fight.
●(Pending) An original soundtrack composed by Chris Austman from the band AM Static.
●(Pending) Mini-games.







(From left to right) Node Ad-Hoc, Lady Nawalt, Krysto Brzozowski, EN-Crypt VARS, Detective Schot Eckstein and Captcha' VARS.





...The Screens of Death! A terrorist group from Cyberia led by Jeifar Fizadeh. For some reason, Jeifar has a strong hatred of the USB and—in an attempt to bring about its destruction—created the virus that Node gets tricked into installing at the U.S.B.'s core system.

(From left to right) Ludwig Turiyag "Black Screen of Death", Richter Scale "Green Screen of Death", Jeifar Fizadeh "Blue Screen of Death", Pareese Yaskow "Yellow Screen of Death", Aleksander Rodiks "Red Screen of Death", Kyma Chaykuk "Grey Screen of Death".





The battle system in Sin Tax uses Yanfly's Battle Engine Core.

Node and up to two additional party members will fight against enemy targets in quick, turn-based side-view battles! Party members and enemy targets can change their row positions on the field, which alter their stats as well as which of their actions and skills can be used.


Skills may need to warm up, cool down, have limited uses per battle, or require a certain combination of party members present and skills learned. Enemies can also have dynamic A.I, being able to respond accordingly to the tide of battle. This can make for some challenging encounters!


Actions and skills have types. Party members and enemy targets can be more or less resistant to these types. If you hit an enemy target's weakness or land a critical blow on them, you might be able to link up with other party members to initiate special combination techniques!

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This looks... wow o_o I'm gunna give it a shot. Subbed! xD
Link_2112
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Seems cool. Will have to try this.
InfectionFiles
the world ends in whatever my makerscore currently is
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Schot Eckstein looks like a straight up Simpson's character lol

Cool looking game!
Cap_H
Captive of Teenage
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Lovely idea. I had an idea to make a game taking place inside a computer, but you were supposed to play as pixel.
Characters being humanoids is an interesting take.
author=Cap_H
Lovely idea. I had an idea to make a game taking place inside a computer, but you were supposed to play as pixel.
Characters being humanoids is an interesting take.


Pixels? That's an interesting take on what the characters would be. If you've never seen the animated series Reboot before (I highly recommend it) a lot of the characters were humanoids but they were called "Sprites."

The story world of Sin Tax doesn't actually take place inside of a computer. It's a computer themed world with tech terminology where it fits (i.e money is "cache", "in for a penny, in for a pound" becomes "in for a bit, in for a byte", etc.)
author=InfectionFiles
Schot Eckstein looks like a straight up Simpson's character lol

Cool looking game!

.....SSSHHHHHHHHhhhhh!!!
If word gets out I stole the secret formula to the Simpsons character designs they might sue me.

(Thanks brah!)
Link_2112
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First download. Let's see how long it takes me to actually play it and give feedback.

Also, it's frowned on to double post like that. You might get yelled at. Reply to each person in the same post for happy times.
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