I enjoy playing and creating games (mostly RPGs) and have a love of story and characterisation above graphics. I've been into RM* since '96 and have used all makers - started on the PSX makers, found and used a patched version of the SNES RM, then moved to RM95. When I found RM2K I finally decided to join some forums and I've been a part of the community ever since.

Absolute Justice

Site last broken: 7th January, 2017
Before that: 24th May 2016
Wolf and Kid
Save your best friend, a wolf.



Release Something! Day III: Demo Day Edition [June 20th, 2008]

Sign me. ^.^ I have a couple of old projects floating around and by then I may have enough of 'Realms Shattered' to release (no promises as yet.)

Ideas - perhaps something that can go in sigs to advertise the event on other forums? And maybe choose a prize or something for the best review at the end - say something custom of the winners choice that can be used in their current project?


I like the battle characters. They have an original feel to them. Perhaps changing the background instead? To something more suited to the BCs? Otherwise, not bad. ^.^


My childhood was a bit here and there. With four younger brothers and me being the oldest I was the one who got the blame if anything went wrong... but we still managed to get in to a few lively scraps.

Hm. We moved around a bit, too. There were two main 'bases' that we went back and forth from.

One was a small rural town with about eight blocks total - one main street, a railway station, silos, lots of paddocks and an abandoned army barracks that we'd 'break' in to to play.

It was right next door to our house and was overgrown with trees and bushes - it'd been just left and we went there to catch mice and feral cats. Our cousins lived on the other side of it and we'd climb on the roof and get in that way. Across the road from us were bike tracks and silos, so we'd ride our bikes there and run a muck, chewing sourgrass and smoking reeds. ^.^

Our grandparent lived in the house behind ours and we had a secret entrance via the fence. We had a cubby and water tanks and lots of fun and injuries.

The second place is a small city (>10000) and we lived on the outskirts in a huge house with lots of land.

Our great grandfather lived on the other side of town and had a farm and lots of land and we'd visit and go trouping through the sheds, watch the horses and get in to trouble when we went near the creek or under the wool shed. We lost our pet guinea pigs and they bred all through the sheds - there was a colony. ^.^ We ran around the woodpiles trying not to get bitten by the giant bullants, played in the smashed up car near the horse corral and ate mulberries and peaches when they were in season - staining our clothes something rotten.

When we moved into the centre of town is when everything changed and we began focussing more on inside interests. As for scheduled events - we never saw the need for them. You just left the house and played what you felt like playing. Be back by tea, or before dark. One of my brothers did a bit of Karate, and my cousin (who lives with us now) does soccer, but that about it really.

I had a great childhood in most ways, but some of it... well.

Top Ten Topic: Consoles!

Subscription, but it's a pretty fair price when considering the hours of entertainment involved in the package.


Best video games you've played this year

Okami so far. And I suppose FFXII. To be fair to other games, I haven't played many this year. In fact, I think those two are about it, really.

Okami would probably still be on top of the list anyway. It's just great like that. ^.^

Top Ten Topic: Consoles!

1) Snes
2) PS2
3) PC
4) PSX
5) GBA
6) Mobile Phone
7) PSP
8) Game Cube
9) iPod
10) Brain *

The snes is the single greatest gaming console ever created.

*I consider brain better than the rest of the competition because I have so much fun with it. Yes. My brain is a gaming console. >.<

We Did It First screenshot thread

Hm. Looks more like Alundra to me, Ciel. Very nice, though. The muted colour scheme is pretty nice.

We Did It First screenshot thread

Good job for what I assume is a beginner in the RM world. Just a few hints for you regarding RTP usage.

- Don't feel obliged to use all the chips. You could leave the lined house/wall tiles and just use the normal tile if you liked.
- Use a bit of long grass and add more dirt. Holding shift when placing an autotile will create the middle tile.
- Use more trees. And flowers. And even a bit of cliff or water to break up the empty spaces to the lower areas as well as behind the houses.

Otherwise a pretty good try. Nice! ^.^

One Piece Unlimited Adventure

Yeah, I know. That's where I've been reading it from. ^.^

Celdran's Curse

Thanks. ^.^ I tried hard to get the music right for each area, so I'm glad it got a comment. I did add a skip feature for the intro, but I probably should have put a warning about it being very long.