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Popular Games Made With RPG Maker

Popular Games Made With RPG Maker
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In this day and age anyone can create video game. Much of that is thanks RPG Maker, a software that allows a person to create RPG video games with ease. Some of these creations have become just as popular as mainstream titles. Here are the most famous games to date:

 

Corpse Party

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Created by Makoto Kedōin, This game japanese horror game spawned several sequels, an anime series, a manga and a live action movie. Corpse Party follows a group of Japanese High School students as they are transported to a haunted elementary school where ghosts torture and eventually based on the player’s choices kill each member of the party. The game is available on PS3,PSP and on Steam.

 

The Witch’s House

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Created by Fummy. A young girl wakes up in the woods with the way out completely blocked. Following the path she comes across a talking black cat and an old house. The player must solve the puzzles and survive monsters in order to uncover the mystery of what happened to her. It is available for download on window machines.

 

Mad Father

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Made by Sen and available for download on Windows only. The player takes the role of Aya who lives with her father a scientist and his assistant Maria. One night Aya wakes up to her house becoming a place of terror. She seeks out her father to discover the truth behind his secret experiments.

 

Pokemon Uranium

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Finally something that is not a horror game! Don’t get me wrong I love the horror genre but every now and again a break from it is good. This fan made version of Pokemon follows a trainer whose mother vanished after an accident at a nuclear power plant. The premise is the same find Pokemon: battle against them, catch them and compete in the Pokemon League however there is a darker twist to this game and of course NUCLEAR Pokemon! This game is available for download to PC at their website

When she is not trying to take over the world, Jess takes time to record video games and write articles.