Starbot is a light, melancholic rpgmaker game tribute to The Little Prince. You play as a work-in-progress robot who befriends a star, explores satellites, and fetches parts for their (v gay) engineer and mechanic. Their journey takes them through strange dream worlds and crosses paths with a cast of wistful NPCs and eccentric, slightly intimidating sloths.
LONELY WOLF TREAT is the heartwarming story of a wolf who moves into a town full of rabbits that are all very afraid of her, so she can’t make any friends… until one little bunny bursts into her home, and decides to make her some delicious curry!
it’s a 15-20 minute little game made in about 3 weeks. there are no branching paths and it only has one ending. it’s my first experience using rpgmaker, and also my first time doing the music!
Very Retrouvaille is sorta my first game. I made it in like, 2 weeks (more or less). You play as a little ram named Faraday who is trying to find her pet rabbit ’ - ’. It’s made with rm2k3… I think it can be beat in 45 minutes.
Hiraeth Ver 1.1 now out! Includes fundamental changes to the ending. Also no more spider enemies, and some fixes to the beginning and tilesets. If you would like to see the new ending but do not wish to replay the game, you can just extract the new game files and place your latest save file into the folder. It should run properly.
HELLO!!! mizukas and i have been working on this RPGMaker game called Hiraeth for the past month or so and we’re finally finished! Please take a look at it if you have the chance, and vote for it if you liked it! We would also appreciate any reblogs!
Middens is a very, VERY wonderful Indie game. Another RPGmaker Gem, the surrealism and abstract world in the game creates a truly unique experience. And while this game itself is anything, if not a piece of artwork, the game dosen’t make the mistake of forgetting it’s a game. However, I feel only it’s creator, John Clowder, can properly describe this game to you.
“Using collage and pixel art in tandem as its center aesthetic Middens takes the perspective of an ambiguous drifter traversing a veritable x-zone. Roving its interminable wastes the nomad chances upon a sentient revolver beside an ominous pile of remains. The pistol offers its exploit in exchange for a pledge of inextricable companionship. Espousing to be the player’s conscience the dubious weapon directs the drifter to a nearby outpost wherein the story further unfolds.
Despite its appearance as a wasteland the rift is home to many strange denizens—-some dangerous and others harmless. Whatever their disposition the pistol represents the choice to engage them or to spare them. Offense and passivity both have their appropriate times with rewards and consequences being granted to both paths respectively.”
Having played this game myself, I can tell you that I was not only amazed as a gamer, but inspired as a fellow artist. This game is breathe taking and stupendously atmospheric! It is on par with OFF by Mortis Ghost, and to anyone who enjoyed that game, I highly recommend you give Middens a try. However make no mistake. While the two games share a few similar themes, OFF and Middens are two completely different beasts. It baffling how this game is so unknown by people. So, I felt I should do my part as a fan of this game, and help it get the recognition it deserves, because Middens is truly a one of a kind game.
You can download Middens here from John Clowder’s Tumblr. I also suggest following him because the man is a truly wonderful and creative artist, and also has a very elegant way with words.