Making a game has always been a small dream for me. To control everything yourself when it comes to build a whole new world. I have always loved to write stories (when we had to write a story in school, I was always the one to write 30 pages for fun, even though it only needed to be 5.) Even though, I might not be the best at telling stories, It's something that I'm very passionate about. I also love games of course, and back when I was a kid, me and my cousin used to make games 'on paper' (I know it sounds kinda lame but we did). Where we made platformers (mario style), or horror games ala resident evil style etc (rooms shown from above with items painted in them a long with zombies etc, etc.). I'm not really sure how they were played out (It's such a long time ago) but I think the player was controling the character with a 'character piece' sort of like the one's used when playing warhammer, and the developer of the game controlled everything else that happened inside the game (This sounds sooo geeky haha xD). We also developed our own 'consoles' and gave them names, and ofc developed our games to our own console. It was a really fun hobby back then, and we even made our own gaming magazine where we reviewed our games for eachother etc. Me, my cousin and our friends were big fans of the Nintendo magazines and the biggest Swedish gaming magazine back then, called Super Play so I guess that was a big factor. I guess our dreams of becoming game-developers started very early, and It's still a dream for me up to this day. Since I'm pretty much useless in coding, and math I think that RPG maker is a very solid and easier way to make your own game (even though there is coding and more advanced stuff you could do). So I guess It's a childhood dream of mine to create a complete game from scratch, and have my friends or other people to play it. Quite a hillarious story to tell from a 26 year old, but I guess I was a hardcore geek (Still am for that matter). So I guess that very childhood hobby along with my passion for writing stories had a big part in the decision for me to pick up the RPG Maker (Along with finding this page, and seeing all the awesome projects on here).