18+ Rpg Maker Game

Would you like to see 18+ Rpg maker Game

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Hey i am working on a game With Rpg Maker and this Game is For Adults and i would love to see what you people think about This Type of game and any Suggestion of Adult Game with Rpg maker will be Good for my Inspiration
 

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Mod note: I am allowing this discussion on the basis that all participants understand that this is a PG-13 site and that the discussion must remain in compliance with that. I feel that this discussion can be had in a manner appropriate for this forum, as I've seen it to a small extent in the status updates. However, this thread will be closely monitored and if necessary, closed without warning.

 
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Are we talking about a game with themes that include adult subjects, or a straight-up sex game?

The first definitely has a place in RPGMaker circles. RPGs are a form of storytelling. Stories cover all aspects of the human experience, including heavy ones like rape, abuse, non-cartoony violence, etc. I personally believe that a theme like rape shouldn't be included simply for the sake of having an 18+ game—that it has to have a reason, a solid storytelling reason, to be there. But then, I'm also the person who once included rape in a story because the story was about slavery, and I felt that it would gloss over the nastiness of the entire slavery system not to have it happen. So there are a number of things to potentially balance, including things like realism, enjoyability, glossing over the crimes of historical or quasi-historical bad guys, characterization and character integrity . . . the list goes on. I guess what I'm saying is that these themes should be handled with care, but that's not the same as saying that they shouldn't be handled.

The second one isn't really my thing, so I may not be the person to ask. However, my instincts say that limiting content is usually a bad thing.
 

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Afaik adult RM games has their own audience. So, go seek for the audiences / communities. Definitely not here though, but they're exist. Some adult games does have a legit good story, some only have the story as excuse and focus on the "contents". Either way, I believe the audience comes for the "contents".

And it's also different that RM games that happened to have an adult content, and the one that "focused" on adult content. A game that happened to have an adult content usually the one that focused on other thing yet it can't be helped but to include adult content such as violence, drug references, because your story requires such plot device to work. The other one though, the one I know was aimed for a specific fetish community. The story was basically an excuse to make such fetish contents can be delivered. It can still deliver a good story / mechanic if you're creative enough though.

Which one you want to make?
 

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@Ameer
There is a very basic distinction here, which is the reason why I can't give you a direct answer.
I would be very interested in a GAME with 18+ content, but I'm absolutely not interested in a bad excuse to present bad pictures.
A lot of the so-called "adult games" around the internet aren't games at all, they're just badly connected and convoluted excuses to display adult pictures. And those aren't worth the effort to download them.

It is a lot of work to create a game - no matter what game we're talking about. That would include an adult game that is worth the title "game". But a lot of people seem to think that they could replace that work with a few cheap picture, but that is simply wrong - you'll never be recognized for anything if you don't put any effort into it.

So whenever I see a description of an "adult game", then I apply a very simple test to it:
I take its synopsis and/or advertisement and remove any reference to any adult content from that descriptions, including expletives and exaggerations.
Then I check if what remains still sounds like an interesting game/story. If yes, then I'll check it out. But if there is no substance left after all adult advertisements are removed, then I know that there is no substance to that product at all.

And no, that is not prejudice - if anyone from the team working on that product had any skill in writing a story at all, that person would also have written the synopsis, and would have included reference to the story he or she designed for the game in that synopsis.
So if there is nothing inside the synopsis or the advertisement then I know that no one on the team was able to provide such a story. So no need to download something that has no real synopsis...
 

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Well it actually depends on how the project is made, what the target audience is and most importantly what "adult content" are we talking about here, people will have different reactions, comments and suggestions parting from this.

Are you talking about one of those H games? Those have audience and the ones interested on it will come for the art and the tidbits relative to their interests, the focus will have to be on the part people will download this for.
So, if you just wanna show off pictures, better them be good.

Its actually focused on the story and the +18 parts are just to spice it up? To give a sense of "reality"? To hit the point home that the world where this story develops is not all cutesy or just fantasy? Not all "adult" content will be sexual oriented? What subjects will you touch then? violence? Substance use and abuse? Corruption? Psychogical terror?
There's plenty of horror games with blood and guts and splatters and whatnot, be them pixels or even pictures, and as far as i know, those are adult themes, not kid ones.

So once again, which "adult theme(s)" are we talking about here (・ω・)?
 

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Afaik adult RM games has their own audience. So, go seek for the audiences / communities. Definitely not here though, but they're exist. Some adult games does have a legit good story, some only have the story as excuse and focus on the "contents". Either way, I believe the audience comes for the "contents".

And it's also different that RM games that happened to have an adult content, and the one that "focused" on adult content. A game that happened to have an adult content usually the one that focused on other thing yet it can't be helped but to include adult content such as violence, drug references, because your story requires such plot device to work. The other one though, the one I know was aimed for a specific fetish community. The story was basically an excuse to make such fetish contents can be delivered. It can still deliver a good story / mechanic if you're creative enough though.

Which one you want to make?
Well Sorry for my really really late reply but yeah game will have a good story and adult content that's not too much just few scenes and whole game is about a story

Well it actually depends on how the project is made, what the target audience is and most importantly what "adult content" are we talking about here, people will have different reactions, comments and suggestions parting from this.

Are you talking about one of those H games? Those have audience and the ones interested on it will come for the art and the tidbits relative to their interests, the focus will have to be on the part people will download this for.
So, if you just wanna show off pictures, better them be good.

Its actually focused on the story and the +18 parts are just to spice it up? To give a sense of "reality"? To hit the point home that the world where this story develops is not all cutesy or just fantasy? Not all "adult" content will be sexual oriented? What subjects will you touch then? violence? Substance use and abuse? Corruption? Psychogical terror?
There's plenty of horror games with blood and guts and splatters and whatnot, be them pixels or even pictures, and as far as i know, those are adult themes, not kid ones.

So once again, which "adult theme(s)" are we talking about here (・ω・)?
It's primarily Story based but there's also deep story about sexual scenes there will be few of them --(Sorry for Late Reply and please teach me making faces with text that is hard for me just kidding )

Are we talking about a game with themes that include adult subjects, or a straight-up sex game?

The first definitely has a place in RPGMaker circles. RPGs are a form of storytelling. Stories cover all aspects of the human experience, including heavy ones like rape, abuse, non-cartoony violence, etc. I personally believe that a theme like rape shouldn't be included simply for the sake of having an 18+ game—that it has to have a reason, a solid storytelling reason, to be there. But then, I'm also the person who once included rape in a story because the story was about slavery, and I felt that it would gloss over the nastiness of the entire slavery system not to have it happen. So there are a number of things to potentially balance, including things like realism, enjoyability, glossing over the crimes of historical or quasi-historical bad guys, characterization and character integrity . . . the list goes on. I guess what I'm saying is that these themes should be handled with care, but that's not the same as saying that they shouldn't be handled.

The second one isn't really my thing, so I may not be the person to ask. However, my instincts say that limiting content is usually a bad thing.
it contains some sex scenes one or two not much and it's story based text heavy game yeah but sex also has it's reasons there not just for spicing up

Sorry for Late reply
@Ameer
There is a very basic distinction here, which is the reason why I can't give you a direct answer.
I would be very interested in a GAME with 18+ content, but I'm absolutely not interested in a bad excuse to present bad pictures.
A lot of the so-called "adult games" around the internet aren't games at all, they're just badly connected and convoluted excuses to display adult pictures. And those aren't worth the effort to download them.

It is a lot of work to create a game - no matter what game we're talking about. That would include an adult game that is worth the title "game". But a lot of people seem to think that they could replace that work with a few cheap picture, but that is simply wrong - you'll never be recognized for anything if you don't put any effort into it.

So whenever I see a description of an "adult game", then I apply a very simple test to it:
I take its synopsis and/or advertisement and remove any reference to any adult content from that descriptions, including expletives and exaggerations.
Then I check if what remains still sounds like an interesting game/story. If yes, then I'll check it out. But if there is no substance left after all adult advertisements are removed, then I know that there is no substance to that product at all.

And no, that is not prejudice - if anyone from the team working on that product had any skill in writing a story at all, that person would also have written the synopsis, and would have included reference to the story he or she designed for the game in that synopsis.
So if there is nothing inside the synopsis or the advertisement then I know that no one on the team was able to provide such a story. So no need to download something that has no real synopsis...
well synopsis it is -:

Well that was just a Generic Question about game that gonna have this plot
Brief Synopsis -:
Zeus Come on Earth for some reason We don't know and he Killed us then We wake up in Hell with our Memories Wiped out now we have to Figure out how to Get out of Hell and Defeat Devils there in Hell . We have to Literally Become as Powerful as God by collecting Endless Crystals (Us refers Party with only one Member)
 
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The Witcher 3 is 18+, but manages their content in a tasteful way and that works. Aim for that yourself.

Just don't go all HBO up in it and throw in F-bombs and 7½ pair of boobs per episode to lure in an audience if you can tell the story without it.
 

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@Ameer Please do not double-post (which is posting right after yourself) as it's against the forum rules. I've merged your posts this time, but if you want to talk to multiple people please just use '@' instead of quoting their entire posts.
 

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@Ameer Please do not double-post (which is posting right after yourself) as it's against the forum rules. I've merged your posts this time, but if you want to talk to multiple people please just use '@' instead of quoting their entire posts.
Ok Sorry thanks for telling me because i am new to This community

The Witcher 3 is 18+, but manages their content in a tasteful way and that works. Aim for that yourself.

Just don't go all HBO up in it and throw in F-bombs and 7½ pair of boobs per episode to lure in an audience if you can tell the story without it.
There will only be a few sex scenes one or two it's not too much
 
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@Ameer If you're new then make sure to read and follow the forum rules, since you just double-posted again (and I merged them for you again). You can use the '+ Quote' option to quote multiple people in one post.
 

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I say go for it, just know that the more adult your story is the more scrutiny you should be prepared for as your writing for an audience that generally has higher standards than younger players.

EDIT: fixed my spelling cause im still dumb enough to post from my phone touch screen
 
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Theres no shortage of RPGM porn games on Steam, at least judging by what its constantly recommending me. I don't understand the appeal of low res pixel ta'tas but to each their own.
 

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Brief Synopsis -:
Zeus Come on Earth for some reason We don't know and he Killed us then We wake up in Hell with our Memories Wiped out now we have to Figure out how to Get out of Hell and Defeat Devils there in Hell . We have to Literally Become as Powerful as God by collecting Endless Crystals (Us refers Party with only one Member)
Please don't take this wrong, but I strongly suggest that you use a spelling checker to make sure that your ingame texts follow grammatical rules. Your synopsis is difficult to read because of the misspelling here, and you don't want to drive away players because of that.
Especially as the synopsis is nothing even remotely new (that plot has been used hundreds of times before), having bad spelling only points to "new developer" and "unprofessional" in addition to that.

Yes, there are situations and places where people intentionally spell wrong to make an effect - but that only works if you know what and why you're doing it, and a synopsis is a wrong place to start such a thing.
 
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I just read your synopsis...

Brief Synopsis -:
Zeus Come on Earth for some reason We don't know and he Killed us then We wake up in Hell with our Memories Wiped out now we have to Figure out how to Get out of Hell and Defeat Devils there in Hell . We have to Literally Become as Powerful as God by collecting Endless Crystals (Us refers Party with only one Member)

Im not one to generally **** on peoples ideas... but...

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Please remember that this is general Discussion and not a place to be examining one person’s game but ideas at large.

 

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"Escape from a Bad Place" is a tried and true plot for people making their first RPGMaker game. It allows you to get to grips with mechanics, develop a battle system you like, experiment with plugins—the works. It's a good place to start. And it has been used as a story starter in professional games, too. I recall that one storyline in Odin Sphere starts with the protagonist waking up in the land of the dead, and having to navigate his way out before tackling the other mysteries surrounding him. So someone's "Escape from a Bad Place" starter can easily become part of a larger game later on.

However, I feel that if a game is going to have 18+ content, it ought to have a solid reason for 18+ content. For instance, the game developer may be planning to explore the realities of war from the perspective of a civilian caught in it. Or they could be planning a horror game, and want to shed light on the inhumane practices in insane asylums during the early twentieth century. That sort of thing. I don't believe that 18+ content should be added for the "edginess" factor. And I believe it clashes strongly with some plots. If I'm in a game where I have to collect the magic crystals from the temple of this or that, I don't want to be suddenly presented with a realistic depiction of torture.

So you, and any other game developers with this issue, should sit down and seriously ask yourself: what is my 18+ content for?
 

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Theres no shortage of RPGM porn games on Steam, at least judging by what its constantly recommending me. I don't understand the appeal of low res pixel ta'tas but to each their own.
bro this is not a porn game and it just contains some sex scenes one or two and game is just whole about story and it's adult themed
 

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Theres no shortage of RPGM porn games on Steam, at least judging by what its constantly recommending me. I don't understand the appeal of low res pixel ta'tas but to each their own.
bro this is not a porn game and it just contains some sex scenes one or two and game is just whole about story and it's adult themed sorry if i posted two times i am a bit new to formus
 

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"Escape from a Bad Place" is a tried and true plot for people making their first RPGMaker game. It allows you to get to grips with mechanics, develop a battle system you like, experiment with plugins—the works. It's a good place to start. And it has been used as a story starter in professional games, too. I recall that one storyline in Odin Sphere starts with the protagonist waking up in the land of the dead, and having to navigate his way out before tackling the other mysteries surrounding him. So someone's "Escape from a Bad Place" starter can easily become part of a larger game later on.

However, I feel that if a game is going to have 18+ content, it ought to have a solid reason for 18+ content. For instance, the game developer may be planning to explore the realities of war from the perspective of a civilian caught in it. Or they could be planning a horror game, and want to shed light on the inhumane practices in insane asylums during the early twentieth century. That sort of thing. I don't believe that 18+ content should be added for the "edginess" factor. And I believe it clashes strongly with some plots. If I'm in a game where I have to collect the magic crystals from the temple of this or that, I don't want to be suddenly presented with a realistic depiction of torture.

So you, and any other game developers with this issue, should sit down and seriously ask yourself: what is my 18+ content for?
Well this is not my first game but my first commercial game and 18 + content ( Sexual Content ) is also because of a story
 
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