The OHRRPGCE (RPG Construction Engine) is a tool for making your own retro 2D RPG games, in a style similar to RPGs like the older Final Fantasy games for the NES, SNES, or GBA. It includes, as an example game, Fenrir-Lunaris's pixel-art masterpiece "Vikings of Midgard".
|Tags||Games/Entertainment Role-Playing Games Game Engine|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows Windows Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Euphoria Other Scripting Engines FreeBasic Python|
Release Notes: Notable among the new features in this release are the ability to put the battle system into turn-based mode instead of active-time mode, greater customization for hero battle menus, mark and clone tools for the map editor, the ability to hide hero stats, custom inventory stack size, and much more. Mac OS X compatibility was improved, including back to 10.4. Shop inventory, equipment stat limits, screenshots, and many other things were fixed.
Release Notes: This is a small, yet important bugfix release to fix a regression.
Release Notes: Purely a bugfix release. Fixes Mac keyboard issues, fixes distribute game menu problems on various platforms, and fixes a bug with one-time-use NPCs disappearing too soon.
Release Notes: This release includes an assortment of bugfixes and new features, including the ability to live-preview your game while you edit, and to see most (but not all) data update immediately as you play. It also includes a "Distribute Game" menu that can easily export your game as a .zip file, a Windows installer, a Mac app bundle, or a Debian Linux package.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to Mac OS X (intel only), making this the first tri-platform (Windows/Linux/Mac) release. Many bugs have been fixed and many features have been added. Highlights include undo/redo support for the map editor, more NPCs per map, a larger maximum map size, 64 elementals instead of 8, a new map zones feature, a slice collection editor, new scripting commands, a simpler script compile/import procedure, reduced system requirements, and a variety of other things detailed in the whatsnew.txt changelog.