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hippy hunt 2
Hippy Hunt 2

Developer

Bigfoot

Release

February 28, 2005
shawnopoly demo
Shawnopoly (Demo)

Developer

shawnforbes

Release

January 15, 2014
psuedoblackjack
Psuedo-Blackjack

Developer

shawnforbes

Release

August 31, 2005
ABOUT
RPG Maker 2
System: Sony Playstation 2
US Release: October 27, 2003

The sequel to the popular RPG Maker, RPG Maker 2 (also called RM2 or RPGM2) was the second RPG Maker brought to the United States by Agetec. RPG Maker 2 the first 3D RPG Maker, featuring a character editor, map creation tools, visual FX editor, script editor, and monster animation.


Note: Change the ".xps" (Xport) extention of the saves to ".max" if you have a Max Drive or ".sps" if you have a Sharkport. The three extentions are interchangeable.

NEWS
Preview: Super Bomberman Tournament 2
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By: Fayorei | Published: September 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Fayorei: What games have you made for RPG Maker? Could you give a
brief description of each?


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SD Paradise
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By: Feros | Published: September 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Dave Carter. By some considered to be the god of RPG Maker. Dave has completely shattered the "limits" of RPG Maker time and time again with his astonishing platform games. Fufu the Acid Trip bunny became the first platform game released with RPG Maker, proving that the system was not limited to your run of the mill RPG games. (Dave's game even inspired me to try to create a non-RPG game and helped me to devise a system for a party-type genre of games.) And then, when the approach of RPG Maker 2 was nearing, Valkysas announced the RPG Maker Pavilion's final RPGM contest. Out of nowhere, Dave released "Nano Bot." The game became another instant classic (not to mention being the Game of the Month at the Mag Dec.-Jan.) And now, with RPGM2 finally making its debut on US shores, Dave has once again put his creative genius to work, and has released his first demo of "SD Paradise." Here are Dave's comments on the game:

"The platform game is "Klonoa" style rather than the typical PS2 Crash Bandicoot/Jak and Daxter style.

Story: You star as Sid Grisly. An orange bear that must fulfill his destiny by saving a tropical island from a volcano. You must perform the legendary Ket-Su-Ken katta atop the volcano to summon the Red Phoenix. Once summoned, the Red Phoenix will grant a wish to spare the island from a being pure of heart. It's like Dr.Slump meets Mario Sunshine."

And finally, I would like to say I am honored to have SD Paradise as my first Review of the New year, and my first review of any RPGM2 game. On with the show!

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Review: SD Paradise
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Dave Carter has just raised the bar for RPG Maker 2. Not only did he make a near-carbon copy of a classic puzzle game (Crystal Castles) in his first release, but he also enhanced his platforming engine first seen in Fu-Fu The Acid-Trip Bunny! The result is SD Paradise, a campy Platform/RPG where you take on the role of Sid Grisly, local souvenir dealer. Because of the predestined eruption of Mt. Volcanon, Sid is recruited to stop it by any means necessary.

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Ten Changed the Game
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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The RPG Maker series is one of the best things to ever hit the gaming scene. In the 6 years since its arrival on the Playstation, it has been used to create dozens upon dozens of different games and concepts. Creative juices have flowed, and the dreams of gamers who have wanted to create their own unique masterpieces have been manifested.

Though RPG Maker is a fantastic tool, it is also a limited one. Developers have struggled for years against the base set of tools given in the RPG Maker titles and have found and used countless tricks to manipulate the software into creating some of the greatest user-made software in RPG Maker history.

This article, written in celebration of RPGMM's 100,000th hit, is designed to showcase just a sliver of the magnitude of talent that dwells in the RPG Maker community. While few people ever agree with lists, this is only the opinion of one mere mortal (Ixzion). Make sure to read our reviews and our user ratings to find the best games out there by developers! Some developers, when the game told them "Hey, you can't do that!", spit in the game's face and told RPG Maker that it better do what they want. RPG Maker then complied with their demands and that how these games came into being. True story.

Or maybe not. Still, these games break the rules, and that's all that matters.

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RPGMM Awards 2006
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Well, the 2006 RPG Maker Magazine Awards have finally come to an end. It was a long time in the making, but thanks to the entire RPG Maker community helping in the nominations and voting, we were able able to finish this massive event!

The Awards, nominated and voted on by the actual community, are given to the games, produced within the last year, and their creators in recognition of their mutual excellence in the field of RPG Maker.

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Preview: The Mutanic Fallout
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By: Agentsix | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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After a hard long week everyone of us were tired from working, some more than others. But this week I got a chance to preview Bigfoot721's movie The Mutanic Fallout. Basically its about an alien invasion turning the world into a Mutanic Fallout" only a small number of people are alive.

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Preview: SD Paradise
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By: Agentsix | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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When RPG Maker 2 first was released, many people experimented with the engine, breaking the limitations. I can remember building my first game with it and it was a good experience. But I'm not here to talk about me, I'm here to talk about Dave Carter, creator of the famous killer app for RPG Maker 2, SD Paradise.

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Preview: The Legend of Zelda: Triforce
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By: Agentsix | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Well its been a busy day for everyone, I managed to get a chance to preview Brock Nash or as many other members know him as Neonash777:, demo The Legend of Zelda: Triforce.

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Review: Children Run Freely
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By: Feros | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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As the intro to the game states, "Being lost on this isle, you decide to come into town, disturbing all the peace." Make what you will of that. Maybe you can figure out what is going on, because I sure couldn't.

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Review: Crown of Order
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By: lilwilddude | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Knowing this game is a demo I expected it to be short. And I was right. If you have little time and like Demos, this is the game for you. I beat it in 15 minutes and it's one of the best RPG Maker 2 games I've ever played.

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Review: Hippy Hunt 2
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By: doyleman | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Grab some waffles and some Cherry Pepsis, because we're going hunting! For whom you ask? Why, the big bad wolf named Gargantua, that's who.

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Review: Spheer
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By: Perversion | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Spheer is a game unlike any other on RPGM2. Wait, let me start over. If you're a fan of puzzle games, Spheer is your second coming. Nah, that's not quite right either. *Ahem* I'm gonna try this one more time.


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Review: The Faith of One
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By: doyleman | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Well, it was bound to happen at one point at time. I'm not talking about the discovery on how to travel at the speed of light, no, I'm talking about a game based on religion.
Even though it is religious, does that make it a bad/good game instantly?

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Review: The Farm Life
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 3, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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RPG Maker 2 is truly a wonderous piece of software when in the right hands. After playing The Farm Life, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that one of those sets of hands belong to Doyleman.

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