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Oneshot is an RPG Maker 2003 Puzzle/Adventure game where you, as the player, must guide a lost child through a strange world, utilizing items, characters, and the environment to progress.

Features:
  • Original soundtrack
  • Custom graphics
  • Unusual gameplay features
  • Permanent consequences


This game was made in a month with a few character designs and music tracks made beforehand. Inspirations include Yume Nikki, Link's Awakening, Hyper Light Drifter, and The Little Prince.

Created by Eliza Velasquez and NightMargin (Casey Gu).

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Alright, first things first, remove all plugged in controllers. Sometimes they will mess with RPG Maker games, since they can be used to play them, so if a controller is left plugged in and a button is pressed down it can lead to the game reading that as you pressing that button.

If you press F1 you should get an option menu pop up that allows you to change your button inputs. Use that to assign keys for movement and interaction. By default it's usually confirm = enter/z/space and cancel = ESC, numpad 0, x. Hopefully that might help a bit.
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Alright, first things first, remove all plugged in controllers. Sometimes they will mess with RPG Maker games, since they can be used to play them, so if a controller is left plugged in and a button is pressed down it can lead to the game reading that as you pressing that button.

If you press F1 you should get an option menu pop up that allows you to change your button inputs. Use that to assign keys for movement and interaction. By default it's usually confirm = enter/z/space and cancel = ESC, numpad 0, x. Hopefully that might help a bit.

I don't own any controllers that works with my computer. Also, You can't change what each of the buttons do. You might be thinking of the steam version on that one...

I just opened the game & everything seems to be fine now. I guess I just needed to shut off my computer or something...
OneShot was made in RPG Maker 2000 not 2003
and it resembled undertale in a way in 2015
This is an awesome game! I'm shocked that RPG maker games are still so obscure, even after all of these amazing games! I suggest playing this game blind as it will be the best experience, and I love the atmosphere! We need more games like this!
-G3n
PS. Niko is adorable.