Category: RPGmaker

Paranoiac, Re: Kinder

Paranoiac resembles Mermaid Swamp a lot, but is much simpler (and has a much smaller area you have to search, which I liked). It’s okay, but nothing unusual.

Re: Kinder is very much a what the fuck sort of game. The story is all over the place, the message is at once blatant and confusing, and it’s got an interesting battle system held back by the fact it’s got almost no battles and interacts poorly with the horror adventure game aspects. (more…)

Dear Red and The Uncle Who Works For Nintendo

Dear Red has some amazing graphics and atmosphere. The banner, the game’s description…





Red had grown, she understood what happened, why he always mentioned those words although she couldn’t stand watching and being overwhelmed by the old memories all the time. Now that he’s dead, it doesn’t have to be so anymore…

Then there’s the art within the game, which is similarly lovely. (more…)

HOME (Guest Review)

HOME is a fangame of OFF, an RPG Maker game Farla has already reviewed. According to the description, it’s a fix fic where you play as the Judge and prevent the Batter from destroying the zones. It also claims to improve the gameplay, which was an infamously weak area of OFF. It fails utterly on both fronts.

(Spoilers, by the way, for both OFF and this game.) (more…)

A Very Long Rope to the Top of the Sky (Guest Review)

A Very Long Rope to the Top of the Sky is a pretty standard jRPG that starts strong, meanders for a while, then ends with a whimper. It contains some interesting ideas, but it can’t fit them together into a coherent whole. Much like The Reconstruction, it’s less than the sum of its parts. (more…)

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