Hi, I'm brand new to the forums so I hope I'm posting this in the right spot. I've spent some time working on a game created with RMVX Ace. I call it "Beer Quest." You can view a four minute trailer of it here: Beer Quest is a humorous RPG with locations and plot elements borrowed from FF1 and combat elements reminiscent of FF4. Most of the art is derived from FF6, and taken from various sources around the internet. It has 15 playable characters, each with very unique abilities. Right now it takes the average player about 3.5 to 4.5 hours to complete. I'd say it's 35% - 40% of what I would expect from a full-scale indie RPG. I'm at a point where I've got a good grasp on what I'm doing and I could keep going with it and probably finish it in another 6-12 months or so. However, I feel that it's not worthwhile to continue work on it unless there is some level of profit involved. If I ever want to sell the game commercially I would certainly need to redo everything that I couldn't get permission to use - probably most of the art, the sound, and the music - so that no intellectual property is stolen. I also realize that doing some kind of FF fan game is likely a waste time and nobody will want to play that, let alone pay money for it. So my question is... is it worth it? Would you pay $5 or so for a complete game like this on steam, why or why not? Or am I better off just giving up now with most of my sanity intact? Thanks.