I have been making games since the year 2000, in this time my games have won numerous awards and many of them have been critically acclaimed. I have performed many different roles in game making; from making sprite art, audio editing, beta testing, coding, designing and being a team leader.

These experiences have led me to develop my skills as a videogame developer and it’s an ideal job for me, one that I had always dreamt of ever since I was little. Recently, I have ventured into releasing commercial games including updating my older projects into more commercial and presentable. My first commercially released game is called Save Your Mother.

Despite making games for long, I try and learn a bit something new every time I start new project and love to experiment on new areas and go away from my comfort zones.
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Enter amusement park from hell and escape with your sanity - if you can!



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Very cool game and very cool game page.

Keep up the good work! I'll be keeping an eye. Like the ones in the background.
Is there any way to get this without the "STEAM" version of RPG Maker?

Yes, there's Itch.Io option.


Albeit you don't need the Steam version of RPG Maker, you just need to buy the game on Steam



This is the most event heavy map in the whole game; it contains 121 events all in all.

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Thank you kindly! If you like this project, please also wishlist it at Steam, since that really helps the game out!

I was granted Nintendo Switch developer access!! My latest game will head to Switch this year still!!

Wow, incredible! Is it easy to port a game from RPG Maker to the Switch?

I wouldn't know, I am switching engines. :)

Fan art by zoc/zacheatscrackers

Poor Miranda.

Three Ghostly Roses Review

I had completely gotten tired of the game's grindy nature of its progression by the time I was halfway through the Garden Tower.
This makes me think you didn't get past the Garden Tower at all? That's super early in the game. I doubt it's a good representational review if you didn't get past that early stage.

I am aware but I really didn't like having to fight so many monsters, sometimes literally two steps apart from each other without any way of skipping them even if I'd want to. It really killed the game entirely for me since there were just non stop battles that you had to do one after another.

Race and Gender in Games

Well, I did receive some flak over the inclusion of the main character being able to be played as a LGBT+ character in Adventures of Dragon some of them telling me to kill myself and stuff like that but nothing really that major, so overall I'm happy that I did include that as I feel that it adds a lot to the overall arching theme of the game.

Race and Gender in Games

Also, a small litmus test: Simply count down each named Character in your game(-s) and tell me the percentage of


Hum, depends on my game. For something like Adventures of Dragon, I can't really tell percentages since we're talking about a really big game with tons of NPCs.

However, off the top of my head I'd say there's quite a lot of females, few colored and few LGBT+.

I don't do anything political though. Politics are for politicians, I'm just here to make some games.

Most Violent RPG Maker Game?

So I'm watching some videos out there on the Tube and they're not exactly the happiest of the bunch; reviews of Plague Dogs and Watership Down - you know, that sort of thing. Really bummer stuff (and inadequately rated, if I do say so myself), but that's got me thinking: how far have we pushed the envelope in terms of graphic violence in our games? I can think of some uncomfortable examples and the people who made them, but outside of horror games and their tendency to use blood and gore as a cheap fright ("ooo, body parts... it_is_a_mystery.jpg"), what are some of the more gratuitous examples of an 8-bit, one point, shredding Prickly People Pulper?

Has there ever been a need for more than a Teen rating for RPG Maker games? I'm morbidly curious.

Well, if speaking of just rating Steam has ero RPG maker games with porn. Those are all adult rated. Though even if you'd remove the sexual content,Adventures of Dragon would still be mature rated, at least accoarding to Pegi Handbook. (A lot of it due to the antagonist who's a total dick, kills people for fun and beats up his pregnant wife)

But in terms of violence alone being the source of rating, there has been few games that had more than Teen rating. Like Dooms games. Pretty much everyone of the Dooms games. In 3rd game for example, you had to walk around naked after being ritually sacrificed to demonic entity, while trying to keep your guts that were escaping from your cut open abdomen while walking across some really extreme cases of violence and gore, including amputees hanged from barbed wire.

Ill natured 2 was pretty mature too with the suicide bombings, extreme gore, torture and rape. The demo began to with literally burning alive little children and walking among mangled bodies of victims of the war. It was really graphic and realistic depiction of war crimes.

I could probably think of many others, there have been quite few over the years especially in the early 2000's.

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Imma contribute.