Making 3D games is too complex? RPG Paper Maker will simplify your work!
RPG Paper Maker is a game making engine, free for non commercial use, allowing you to create a 3D universe with many 2D sprites and even 3D objects using a simple interface for all available platforms: Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
RPG Paper Maker gives you a way to create RPGs in a full 3D world as simply as it is in 2D! RPG Paper Maker also comes packed with cool retro inspired graphic assets for you to use in your own projects.
Adapted for several type of games
The engine is mainly tailored for J-RPGs, but you can create almost any type of game with it such as Action RPGs, Tactical RPGs, etc.
Designed for beginners...
Our philosophy is simple: being able to create a 3D video game without any knowledge in:
- 3D modeling
The user friendly interface lets you build your game without worrying about complex algorithms!
... and for experienced users!
If you have any knowledge in programming and/or modeling, we've got you covered. You will be able to:
- Import your own 3D models in .obj format
Combining your knowledge with RPG Paper Maker can makes your games even more special!
Publish and share your games for free...
As long as you don't have any profit with your games, you can use RPG Paper Maker freely! So if you only want to create games for fun and share it to a community, don't be afraid, you will be able to do it for free!
You can contribute to the project on GitHub here: https://github.com/Wano-k/RPG-Paper-Maker.
... and commercialize your games with some fees!
Any commercial game made with RPG Paper Maker will require a license to be sold for one person in a team with unlimited games. The actual price is $79.99, check out more information here: http://rpg-paper-maker.com/index.php/downloads.
Wano as Founder, Project Manager, Developer, Web Designer and Graphic & Objects Designer
Elias Luukkanen as Music Composer.
Nick as Webmaster.
Adam Faur, Leyn (hsandt) as developers contributors for source code organization and automation.
Special thanks to Solidboko!