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  1. Nightmare Land Resource Pack

    Personal edits for game use only are ok, but cannot be re-distributed. And the resources are not for use in adult games or games that negatively impact the reputation of the pack developer. Eternal Destiny Pack is Steam-only at the moment. I will look into whether it will be available as a stand-alone pack.
  2. Nightmare Land Resource Pack

    It's for VX-Ace, so it wouldn't mesh with the RTP at all. However, you may be able to use some of the DS/DS+ material along with it.
  3. Nightmare Land Resource Pack

    Yes, it's a completely new style.
  4. Today, we have an exciting new release for you - something we previewed on our Facebook page. Nightmare Land Resource pack is a set of resources based on a theme park - both cheerful and dark. Created in a charming pixel style, this pack includes a large variety of tilesets, as well as characters with matching portraits and faces, and a series of images for titles or jump scares. Formatted for use in VX-Ace, this is truly one-of-a-kind pack that will fit perfectly in your resource library. Click here for more details. As always, your feedback, comments and questions are much appreciated! Stay tuned for a blog article that takes a closer look at this pack and goes over some ideas and concepts for horror games.
  5. Medieval Tiles (MV - In Progress)

    While I can't give an exact ETA, I can confirm that it's at the top of our list! I know you're all eager to get the awesome new packs and we're trying our best to make it happen as soon as possible.
  6. GG Maker is discontinued

    It will continue working, but it won't be updated further.
  7. Hi folks, We've got an announcement to make regarding GG Maker. As of today, GG Maker will no longer be published and distributed by Degica/RPG Maker Web and will be discontinued via Steam. This decision is a result of one of those extremely rare occasions when the publishers' and developers' vision and plans for the product don't match up. We are thankful that we had the opportunity to work with GG Maker developers and that we were able to share their work with you. The developer for GG Maker will continue to work on the engine as Engine001, including providing future updates. If you are pleased with GG Maker, we strongly suggest keeping up with the development of Engine001 for updates and new content. We will, of course, continue looking for tools, products and services to help you with game creation – from planning to publishing and beyond. If you have purchased GG Maker via our RMWeb store in the last 30 days, you may be eligible for a refund. Please send us a support ticket for more information. Note that you may not see an automated reply that your ticket has been received. Our support team will be working to answer your ticket quickly, but please allow up to 72 hours to receive a reply. We are currently working on a resolution for those of you who have purchased the program directly through Steam in the last 30 days and are not eligible for a refund due to the 2-hour playtime limit. I will edit this post as soon as we have more information on Steam refunds. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
  8. Yes, I was responding about the RTP EULA for 2003 specifically.
  9. If you've purchased the program via the RMW store, it's found in your downloads (Log into your account and click on the purchase that has RPG Maker 2003 in it). I will let our web team know it needs to be added to the website, as well.
  10. Hi folks, I've reported this to our tech team and they'll be taking a look asap! In the meantime, please do keep your auto-updates enabled, as the fixed resources will be sent that way.
  11. Animations Collection I: Quintessence is our first set of animations, created expertly for use in RPG Maker. This set of essentials is the first of many, and includes classical elemental spells, player skills, items, restoration and monster skills. A handy RPG Maker MV demo lets you see the animations in action, providing you with a fantastic alternative to the RTP. For more information, click here. Tyler Warren is at it again with a unique new pack. 50 Shades of Battle features silhouette monsters, perfect for those shadowy denizens and secret bosses. But the usefulness does not stop there! You can incorporate these silhouettes into your game logos and titles, giving you a great way to enhance your game. For more information, check this out. A new musician is joining our music family with a unique music pack themed around sorrow, grief and emotion. From simple nostalgia to earth-shattering revelations, let Emotional bring just the right depth and intensity to your scenes. This pack also features several vocal tracks, giving you the perfect tool for epic game trailers. For more information, click here. We hope you like these new products! We're thrilled to introduce two new artists, as well as a new and unique battler concept. As always, your comments and suggestions are much appreciated, as we strive to provide you with the best and most useful content!
  12. Golden Week - Question Time!

    Winners have been posted! Please see the first post. If you're a winner, please send me a pm to claim your prize.
  13. Golden Week - Question Time!

    Last question is up! Let's hear about your favorite foods.
  14. Golden Week - Question Time!

    Question 3 is up! Though it's not really a question... Still... Feel free to make a new reply!
  15. Encrypting the package

    Official Answer: The reason for encryption isn't to make anyone's life difficult, but merely to avoid a few scenarios where people are doing things like trying to circumvent the "no redistribution" rule by dumping packs into a project and sharing them, or where a player assumes that the open resources in the game's folder are free for their personal use. It's not something that's meant to punish a developer - but something that helps them protect the assets they paid for. The simple encryption that comes with RPG Maker XP, VX and VX-Ace is good enough. RPG Maker 2003 and RPG Maker MV don't have an encryption - that's why the license says "contact us" instead. We're happy to work something out with the developer on an individual basis - things like special permissions, links to encryption tools etc are some things we'd look into together. But that sort of thing doesn't translate well into the EULA. It makes it more confusing when we start adding exceptions to the rule or differences in special cases. If you still want a quick-n-easy final answer... Andar covered it: " as long as it is a package encryption and not a simple wrapper that gives the user the resources." In other words, as long as the average user can't just go in and copy/paste the resources and you're not trying to give the pack content away for free, you're good.