- Mar 2, 2012
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Are the coupons for steam versions of the engines, or official/forum store versions?
It's likely the DLC packs were updated with the fixed license that allows you to use the assets in other engines (outside of RPG Maker). So I wouldn't worry about it if you have a poor internet connection.Okay, here is the thing:
I have downloaded all of the package, and then suddenly I saw that there is a new version of the packages ready for download.
so here is my question:
Is the change in the new version big enough that I will have to redownload all the updated packages? I don't really want to redownload another 2GB+ files.....having hard time with internet connection right now.
I was wondering that also after reading the license info further on the RPG maker specific DLC. And i saw that it can be use in any engine outside of rpg maker. Look like some of my resources got an license upgrade. that cash I put in is literally worth it.It's likely the DLC packs were updated with the fixed license that allows you to use the assets in other engines (outside of RPG Maker). So I wouldn't worry about it if you have a poor internet connection.
The Humble Bundle resource packs "Exclusive DLC Pack", "Fantasy DLC Pack", "New DLC Pack", "Sci-Fi DLC Pack" and "Starter DLC Pack" are direct downloadablesSo I am very curious about this, do we get these resources in files we can use on a Windows PC, and do we have to have steam?
Is the key for rmvx ace for the RM forum store version?
I am not interested if I have to have steam. I'm sorry everyone I'm reading the posts but some of its vague to me.
Reason I want to double check is I see little steam icons below most of the resources presented to me on the humble bundle store.
I have no interest in getting steam simply because I use rpg maker on PC without steam and buy stuff through rpg maker forums. Correct me if I'm wrong but if you buy a game making engine through steam you have to use steam to use your software. So you can see how this is not appealing to some. Thank you for your elaborate response about whats steam and whats not, it was very helpful! Still I guess the resource packs are worth it anyways, I'll be getting this, I'm just not as excited as I would be if I could have non-steam keys for rmvx ace software. I already own Ace but I was going to gift Ace to a buddy but he doesn't use steam sadly.Why not get Steam tho ?
It needs to be downloaded through steam and you need a steam account, but steam has an offline-mode and you can install and use steam and non-steam Ace parallel (in fact I do with the steam version set to english and the non-steam set to german).Correct me if I'm wrong but if you buy a game making engine through steam you have to use steam to use your software.