So I successfully managed to get my little brother (9) hooked up on RPG Maker again (yay!). Even though he doesn't understand what most event commands mean, can't use variables or switches (only self switches) and doesn't really touch database because he doesn't understand English at all, he's been having a blast making a ton of maps and events talking and jumping all over the map. I'd like to know if someone here has brought this RPG making passion to their children, siblings or other kids in the family (maybe even pupils?) and what's your experience. Did they found a love for it? Did they find it too frustrating? What kind of games and stories do they make if you don't mind sharing? I know they are usually very creative about this, even if a little bit nonsensical (that's the fun of it, right?). My brother, for example, is making a game about a boy named Gagarin Einstein, who comes from Olymp and his quest is to stop the European Union from forcing Russia to use euros (at least that's what he said it's about). Did you/do you use RPG Maker as a child/teenager? What is/was your experience? I feel like it's an amazing hobby for children to pursue, while it's a ton of fun, they learn quite a bit about programming logic and dedication to projects.