Devil's in the details
I'm a very big fan of music of japanese role playing games for it has influenced me throughout my life since my early childhood. The day I saw Nobuo on the stage in front of me I decided I too will become a composer one day. It has been 9 years since that day.

You can't find my works anywhere right now, but that will change very soon this year as I will be contributing several original tracks for RMN Music Pack 2.


What makes you download a game?

I dunno if this is correct forum or if this has been discussed before, but instead of focusing on what makes a game for you, what makes you usually download one?

This just popped to my mind, as I really rarely download the games myself.

How has the game to be presented to be appealing enough for you to download it? Can we get some sort of general views on what helps one to present his game to others in terms of advertising, aside personal preferences, even though I don't mind those either.

[Complete] Elegy's Eve

Status: Complete
Estimated Playtime: 1 - 2 hours
Engine: Rpg Maker, but the game runs without the program or RTP installed, as well.

Download Links:

Those who need fonts for standalone game:

Category: Puzzle / Story

Description: The game tells a story about Hollows, a scarecrow never attending the celebration of Halloween, and a young girl, Mia, whose family travels to Uncle Bismar's estate to spend Halloween. This but which is a pefect place to feed the rich imagination of young Mia.

Avoid the ghosts and other creatures of the same ilk. You have 3 Life Points, presented as pumpkins on top left corner
of your screen.

If you faint from damage received, you may use a "Continue" option, in case you are currently playing through a level. You can
use a "Continue" for 9 times. "Continue" cannot be used at the playability bits outside of the actual Levels.
Levels are a kind of "restricted" gameplay areas, that you need to accomplish as fast as you can, and taking as little
damage as possible. They start When you see a countdown, and end when you have accomplished the goal of the particular level.

Collecting a small pumpkin rewards you 1 point of Life and cuts 10 seconds from the time elapsed.

This game's focus is on the Halloween theme itself. Please understand all of the levels aren't likely to be very balanced,
nor accomplished in comparison to each other, because of the given timelimit and the related development issues, but I hope you can still enjoy the game as whole!

Another Note: If you are not a friend of difficult games or a lot of reading, this might not be so much of your thing, but I still
recommend the game to everyone.

Gameplay-wise significant known bugs: About in two cutscenes you cannot move, unless you call the menu from cancel button. So if the game freezes, call the menu.

One more note: The game has been translated by an english person too, in case you were worried of my bad english. :)


Also, "play this something." =)

Oh yeah I'll be entering the Halloween contest with this. Figures.

Oh and if anyone wants to support!

How often on RM?

Most of the people here work on Rpg Maker, but how often?
Do you work many hours per day, few days in a week, or only few days in a month?

Are you working on Rpg Maker at the moment as much as you used to before, or perhaps more than earlier? What makes you work a lot on it, drives you away, or makes you return to it time after time?

(wrong forum?)


Hello everyone! I guess I've been registered here for some time, but never have posted before...

I'm but one of those who still prefer to work on the older makers (Rm2k3) and during the past week I've been looking for some places where I could still find people likeminded and wouldn't this be one of those places maybe, so I thought why not start posting a bit here.

I can be generally found on any RM forums, even though I never post much, at least not on the big ones. Partly because most of the time I actually am still working a game and partly because my english isn't that fluent.

Aside from working on Rpg Maker I play RPGs, listen to music, write, draw, and do other stuff you couldn't be less interested about.

Nothing special to mention about as for now, but I'm looking forward to spend some time here in hope to find some fresh stuff related to the old makers. :)