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by testure
less than a minute ago

@alex if i had to guess, they just finished two back-to-back AAA games in the same franchise and some people are seeing it as a good time to transition without burning bridges? aka business as usual?

by serkan_buldan@yahoo.com
7 hours ago

Derjyn it is really hard to understand your motivation of commenting. I bought the material and it *highly* satisfied my needs. Also the seller is really helpful, I was'nt able to run it in 4.18 he fixed it in minutes. If you really want make something really productive create your material and than release an article here.

by Alex
8 hours ago

So uhh.. What's happening at Machine Games then?

RPG Toolkit
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The RPG Toolkit is a free, open-source tool for creating 2D role-playing games and much more. First released in 1997 by Christopher B. Matthews and now developed by the community, the RPG Toolkit has a long history in the RPG making community.

Features

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Editor

Complete suite of the tools you need to put together your game, from creating characters and items, to building your game world with tiles and animations.

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Graphics

Native tile-based graphics and animations, both standard and isometric, and support for programmable image drawing and manipulation to create interfaces and custom graphical effects.

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Coding

Comes with its own simple coding language for creating your games and also with advanced features such as objects and threading for those with a little programming   experience.

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Plugins

With support for plugins developed by the community, there are a wide array of extensions you can use to add exciting new features to your game.

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Package & Distribute

Compile your game as an executable so people can download and get playing straight away, or deploy as part of an installation package.

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Open-Source

The Toolkit is made by game makers, for game makers. It will always remain free and open for talented programmers to improve upon even further.

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