February 2003

rpgmakerfebruary2003's picture
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ihavefivehat, everythingstaken, FirecatFG, gus, sergiocornaga, Capt_hastings-Chrissy, clyde

This is a game we've been working on for 5 years.

Link to the original event

To use the UPDATE, just add your save from your game to the new game folder.

UDATES 19FEB 2020

  1. mysterious men don't reappear
  2. Meta Zita quest fixed
  3. chicken roof fixed
  4. a few new secrets
  5. fixed horse bug
  6. different worlds game
  7. added cutscene

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Comments

let-off-studios's picture

Whoa...!

Dug into this a little bit last night, and it looks enormous! Played through a few of the different games already, and have definitely enjoyed myself so far. I can see myself sinking hours into this, chatting with all the NPCs and uncovering as many secrets as I can discover. A big advantage of this is being able to save the game as much as I want, and each little game/chapter/etc. is quick to resolve, allowing me to move from one to the next and experience new things all the more frequently.

There are so many creative links that tie all these disparate projects together in the whole. I want to fill in the art gallery! I want to visit all the different days of the calendar! I want to discover the identity of the shady man...!

On the face of it, this is a fantastic, collaborative effort. Congrats, all! :)

everythingstaken's picture

Thanks!

Thank you for trying it out and for the kind words! :o)

quasiotter's picture

funny bunny

ok i never ever liked jrpgs but i just played princess remedy and undertale and now im interested in some weird rpgs are there any i should play beforehand?? i saw yume nikki and space funeral tagged on the itch page should i play those bfore hand to understand this? also is this seasonagnostic or should i play in in spring or summer or winter or autumn thank u

everythingstaken's picture

hmm

Yeah, this isn't really an "RPG", it's more an "Adventure Game". It really has nothing to do with Space Funeral or Yume Nikki, other than those are both RPGMaker 2003 games. It has nothing to do with Undertale a bulk of this was made before Undertale came out. You can play those games, I like all of them, but we just wanted to trick people that play those games to play ours. You should play it whenever you feel like it, we made a lot of it during different seasons.

quasiotter's picture

eeeee

thank u i will play it in spring during the daytime that's when it seems best from what i can tell(:

pferd-am-herd's picture

Ghost on a horse

Wow. WOWIE! This is one of the most grand and enveloping RPG Maker collection I've ever played. It's like "Quest for... Whatever!" told through the lens of "Fluxus". It's like an Animal Crossing x Silent Hill crossover!
My favourite days so far are the Orange Sound and also the Sacred Heart of St. Camillus de Lellis, particularly "Divine Inspiratin" for the Act Raiser vibes whilst gliding over an RTP overworld. I really enjoyed the sound selection in general as well.
No idea what to do in the teeth world, though.
I think I'll come back to this from time to time and play it in small increments. Scrolling through the original event comments it looks like this was quite a monstrous undertaking (like any true RPG Maker thingy) but I'm very glad this exists!

rpgmakerfebruary2003's picture

Thanks!

Thank you for playing! What do you mean what to do in the teeth world? Also, if you want to continue, just drag your save into the new upload.

pferd-am-herd's picture

Thanks, just updated to the

Thanks, just updated to the new version!

And, ah, I meant the strange other version of the museum building that you enter some times (I'm not sure how it's triggered, but it happened to me occasionally when I enter the cafeteria). It seemed there were a lot of teeth around the first time I entered, but now I've realized that there is a teeth-themed day in the calendar so sorry if this was a confusing thing to call it. It seems there are some puzzles to be solved there. I think I've gotten a little further now though, I think I'll figure it out!

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