RPG Maker Trainwrecks

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leilei's picture

they exist. it's every

they exist. it's every single one of them

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I googled it and now I'm so

I googled it and now I'm so sad :(

zigelhh07 wrote:
I know this game isn't what most people want because of the cartoon graphics, and your main character not being human, but trust me, you may actually like it once you try it.

someone trying to be helpful wrote:
Even if you put a lot of work into the game, it's all for nothing if nobody can comfortably play it. People won't be willing to overlook glaring issues just because of "effort" so keep that in mind during future development.

zigelhh07 wrote:
I change the original description because it really wasn't that great. It sure wouldn't lured me to play the game. Also I understand the game is poorly made for the most part and needs major improvements (the story was probably it's biggest flaw)
For the most part, I've stopped taking RPG Making as seriously as I used to, not simply for the fact because I got negative reviews, but more because I also make Flash Games and Videos for YouTube and maybe, as seen from this game, it's for the best.

I guess what I'm trying to say is I love you crazy supportive wonderful people.

Blueberry Soft's picture

Fits right in.

Also, is the title a reference to a chocolate bar?

leilei's picture

What is "What a 90's born

What is "What a 90's born teenager usually does on a PC"?

Blueberry Soft's picture

Don't Eat Soap

Made in that OHRRGRHRPG program

'Soap is bad for you to eat. It is good for washing your hands, but very very bad for you to put in your mouth. If soap ever accidentally gets in your mouth, spit it out! This game is an educational simulation using the latest in 8-bit gaming technology so that you can experience mouth-related soap accidents from the safety of your living-room without risk of actual hospitalization.

Remember! This is only a game! Do not try it at home!'

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To play:

Okay, so I just went through the RPG Maker 2000 games and here are all the maybe trainwrecky ones I am about to download:

Jays Journey - http://rpgmaker.net/games/624/
Pokemon: the Evil Inside 2 - http://rpgmaker.net/games/733/
Easy Mac - http://rpgmaker.net/games/57/
Shepherd's Call: Revenge of the Genie - http://rpgmaker.net/games/397/
Stickdude Goes to Hell - http://rpgmaker.net/games/37/
Clever RPG - http://rpgmaker.net/games/454/
School: The Ultimate Experience - http://rpgmaker.net/games/2973/ (no download)
Pizza Panic - http://rpgmaker.net/games/1930/
RPG Party - http://rpgmaker.net/games/3542/ (no download)
Slew of Oldies - http://rpgmaker.net/games/2563/
Prison Break - http://rpgmaker.net/games/3686/
Slimy the Sahagin - http://rpgmaker.net/games/1947/
Wild Wings - http://rpgmaker.net/games/81/

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If we're including OHRRPGCE

If we're including OHRRPGCE games, I've never played one that wasn't a trainwreck.

sergiocornaga's picture

Au contraire

There are two I know of in the latest Pirate Kart, VILE MEAT and Flower Bubble Game!!!

There's Space Funeral and STOPCOCK, which might not be trainwrecks but at least demonstrate a DIY aesthetic.

Barkley, Shut Up & Jam: Gaiden was initially developed in RPG Maker, but later shifted to Game Maker.

Yume Nikki is also of note because of its unusual use of the program and the scores of fangames it has inspired, some of which are more trainwrecky. Neftelia is a notable example that's not included on that list.

I'm fairly unfamiliar with RPG Maker (which is why most of the games I've listed are actually great rather than being super-generic RPG schlock) but this seems like a good way of finding more.

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>Yume Nikki It's weird that

>Yume Nikki
It's weird that you mention that considering I refrenced UBOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-Sorry, just had to do that :P
in Justice Mustache 2.