“RPG Maker VX Ace is a tool designed especially for creating role-playing games (RPGs). Even if players do not have RPG Maker VX Ace, they will still be able to play the games you create.” Taken directly from the Help file in RPGMaker VX Ace
Today I took the time to go over the Help menu for RPGMaker VX Ace. I personally find it to be quite informative, however, it is a common mistake for developers new to RPGMaker VX Ace to overlook the information provided. It is unfortunate that there is not much material out there for someone wishing to create an RPGMaker game, so I remind those of you starting out to review the Help file.
I started my tutorial by going over the Help directory pages relevant to the them of my video – Skills, Items, Weapons & Armor. One of the things I wanted to point out, as it is a big misconception, RPGMaker VX Ace games can be played even if the player does not have the software installed on their computer.
Several times have been asked if the software is required, and I would like to dispel that myth as best as I can. Also, keep in mind that there is no set way to create a game. The Guelstie Project’s tutorials aren’t created to show you how to make your game, but rather the basics of the RPGMaker VX Ace Software
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The Guelstie Project will be spending a lot of focus on the RPGMaker VX Ace Database and the functions of each tab. If you are new to the software, I suggest you take the time to Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more RPGMaker VX Ace tutorials.
I work with databases such as SQL, MS Access, and FileMaker to name a few. The words literal definition: a structured set of data held in a computer, especially one that is accessible in various ways. Brings us to the understanding that the RPGMaker VX Ace’s Database is simply that. The software calls the various data in various ways, such as the battle engine pulling the Enemy Troops that are set within the database.
You don’t have to be an RPGMaker developer to enjoy RPGMaker games. For an RPGMaker developer, it seems near impossible to make an adequate game without the right resources.
Recently, I received many submissions for review and appreciate the RPGMaker community for their willingness to help in anyway! As a game reviewer, I have to keep my mind opened to all the customization which is available for games made by RPGMaker.
I have received many entries from the smallest of productions to major ones.
Remember, all genres are welcomed when submitting your RPGMaker game for review! I wish I could post more today, but there is so much to do and so little time!
I will be creating a new page when my first review is complete. I will also post with full commentary on my new youtube channel dedicated to those reviews as well. Please follow me as I continue to advocate for the RPGMaker community! Support r/RPGMaker and all RPGMaker developers everywhere!
(The following post is regarding the events and story line of my personal RPGMaker game I call the Guelstie Project. If you enjoy the plot, please return when the first demo is available for download!)
Guelstie (gel-stee) is a world filled with magic and lore from an ancient civilization that vanished mysteriously long ago.The world itself is dominated by two major continents, Dernia and Laline. The events of “Elemental Awakening” occur after a young explorer named Junta discovers a new type of crystal that possesses a unique ability. The crystal, named “Yuel ‘Itan” (Yule-it-tahn) by the natives of the island in which it was found, is able to absorb the time around it and record any event it witnesses. It was obviously a relic from ancient times, but ripples in the past can lead to tremors of the future.
Dernia, at the time of Elemental Awakening, is a republic comprised of small city-states. Many of Dernia’s residents practice fire magic and are well known for their skills as metallurgist. The Order of the Iron Hand, is an institution for noble men and women from Dernia to train as paladins that defend the nation. Naturally, the Dernian Council was very interested in Junta’s discovery. Eventually a treaty was drawn up that split excavation rights among all other nations, but the crystal reveals Dernia had more sinister intentions.
Laline had once ruled all of Guelstie for many generations. High priest and priestess kept order with powerful healing magic, until the Iron Hand’s paladins mastered the ability to negate magic and won their independence. Centered in their grand capital city with the same name, stands a massive white tower. The temple houses Laline’s most influential priest and priestess. However, not much is publicly known about what actually goes on within the tower walls. Junta initially offered the new element to Laline, but the material was looked at as an abomination. It appeared that Laline’s inner circle of priest and priestess knew something more than they were willing to admit.
“Elemental Awakening” occurs several years after Junta’s discovery and follows the adventures of his most trusted legionnaire, Saous. Take control of Guelstie’s destiny as Saous struggles to uncover the mysteries behind the new element. Choices made will effect the growth of Saous and Junta’s home nation of Treblige (Tre-bleej) as well as the characters available to join your party!