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Unencrypted Game Files

  • Vanit
  • 10/26/2016 12:06 AM
  • 2813 views
There seems to be a lot of people struggling with the old Molebox exe, rather than repackaging it I figure it's about time I released the game files so people can inspect the insanity I went through to make this in rm2k3.

The game uses a hacked RPG_RT.exe with Cherry's Pic Pointer Patch, so it will crash if you replace it with a different version. Also I was using a hacked rm2k3 that raised the max variable limit. It should be safe to inspect the events in a regular rm2k3 copy, but if you change the variables you may not be able to set them back.

Enjoy!

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Wow, my face when I saw you are using over 12000 variables. I guess that makes sense hahaha.
Kloe
I lost my arms in a tragic chibi accident
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author=Archeia_Nessiah
you are using over 12000 variables

Wha-what!? That's so many!! :O
I've used like 12 before... The most I ever used was 20.
author=Archeia_Nessiah
Wow, my face when I saw you are using over 12000 variables. I guess that makes sense hahaha.
To be fair I think I only allocated around 9000 of those, and I'm sure there's plenty of filler so I could keep it organised. :3
Wait, so to be clear, Vanit.

The R1 release, the proof of concept available for download,
is the original encrpyted molebox version. Where everything is contained in a single exe file.

While the R2 release, the one you just recently reuploaded, is without the molebox encryption:
Something we can actually throw into rpgmaker in order to see how you made this awesome tech demo in rpgmaker - correct?

Eitherway, it's really cool that you're doing this!

FF7 2D was always thought to be quite the technical marvel, even back on gamingw. :)
author=LordBlueRouge
While the R2 release,the one you just recently reuploaded, is without the molebox encryption:
Something we can actually throw into rpgmaker in order to see how you made this awesome tech demo in rpgmaker - correct?

That's correct!
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