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A young man with a cat named Quinn set on a journey to find his sister and stop a rare blue crystal that has been making havoc. The journey grows thicker as a so called evil man tries to stop him from stopping the crystal.

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So how is this game for a start?

FOBT (For Only a Bit of Time) is the first RPGMAKER VX game that I have finished and published. I did not play through it when it was finished because I did not have the time , so there are some typos I missed.

Other then that, how was it for a start? This is a game I made so I could make the AWESOME sequel that I am working on now. I might make another game too that revolves around this game. So again, how did I do? I am not afraid of a negative comment so it is okay to say something that may be a little negative. It will help me learn from my mistakes.

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Truly, Micahdude9. (Why did I type "Truly, Micahdude9"? Oh well...)
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I might make a Lets Play for this game, but this game does stink pretty bad...
I played for about two hours, then I couldn't go on anymore
Sorry, but the maps.... walking (even running by shift key) takes forever and ever
nhubi
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I'm completely unsure about the name of this game, is it For only a bit of time or is it Casting Shadows, because you've got both in prominent positions. That's your first problem, your second and actually third is the size of the maps, they are huge and at the default speed they take a ridiculously long time to traverse. In addition they are very empty and bland with not a lot of distinguishing features. It would be ok if they were smaller so you didn't have to see the same thing over and over again but as it stands it just makes walking around your game tedious and mind-numbing.

The only thing I can suggest is cutting them down by at least 2/3rds so that traversing your game world isn't so exhausting.
Due to the size of the overworld map, I got lost and couldnt find the plot anymore. Several doors seem broke and a substantial number of NPC's do not talk. I did defeat the first boss, but I have no idea where to go after meeting the blue haired woman in town
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