RMMV A Day In Edo

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SYNOPSIS

It is the early 18th century. You play as a young countryside-samurai who arrives to the largest city in the world, the Japanese capital of Edo, in search of his fortune. What that fortune is, he does not yet know.

A Day In Edo is a short, nonlinear historical RPG game where you experience a single day as a down-on-his-luck samurai. The appeal of the game is to find different endings to the day, representing different directions the protagonist's life can take, on repeated playthroughs while exploring a simple rendering of Edo based on a historical map.

There are no random battles and very few battles all in all. The game has well over 100 npc's to talk to, some of whom lead to ending scenarios while others provide hints or tidbits about life in the city. There are no companion characters in A Day In Edo. A single playthrough should take between a few minutes and an hour.

The game mostly uses default assets and assets from official Japan-themed expansions. However, there are a few custom graphics assets as well, and all the music is original. A Day In Edo has references to mature themes and religion, but nothing explicit or controversial.

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DOWNLOAD LINK
Windows version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aIQal6E0z6Lz4V8IzQkxPl7FPpsegFOg

Linux version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1urdZkLMxs8Z1AghRzpbRE_kSt06HaLnm
Android version: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DHK_Z--9mYoTtzQqZI9avDAc_wQibfVs
Note! The Linux and Android versions haven't been properly tested. They should work, but all sorts of strange things tend to happen when computers are involved

CREDITS
Pentti Koivuniemi: Design, mapping, music, writing, graphics.
Matt Imrich: Design, graphics.

Rexal: Animated enemies plug-in.
 
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Sounds like a very cool concept. Your images aren't working though - try uploading them directly to the forums ("Upload a File" while writing a post) rather than hosting them at Google Drive.
 

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Thanks for letting me know. I see them myself and I had a lot of trouble getting them to show at all, I'll try fixing the post right away.

EDIT: Done, if they still aren't showing for someone, please let me know.
 
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