Runes of Chaos is a RPGmaker VX Ace game which I created based in some ideas I submitted to Goldendawns now defunct Church of Change.
With this game I'm trying to create a classic style JRPG with transformation elements.
It is a bit light on the TFs at first but It gets better later.
I'm also trying to add relations values between the main character and several NPCs these will affect several aspects of latter versions of the game, especially the ending. Check the included gift tutorial to know more.
good game but i am stuck that amazon quest search tears of the goddess!
ans thhat find clue aboout fey(raided farm quest)
does anyone can please give me their saves of this game?
i just got to the end of the demo but that is just too much to see and i'm sure i missed tons of secrets, so if anyone can give me their saves or at least give me hints or something like a walkthrough i would be really greatful, thanks in advance.
Btw, this is an awesome game you should really try it
I'm with those that don't understand the poor reviews for this game. It's an excellent piece of work that requires you to have an attention span a little longer than is required for a twitter post. Sure some of the maps could have been condensed a little, and the random encounters can get in the way (like so many other rpg's), but it's clear that a great deal of effort went in to the making of this and it deserves the people who play it to put in a little effort too.
I agree with Anon21, this game is a lot better than most of these reviews give it credit for. It's like half the reviewers had never played an RPG before. I found a transformation without even leaving the first Village (Talk to the priest over 20 times until he gives you a quest). My favorite quest was in the 2nd area by talking to the old woman who appears near the circle of mushrooms, but there are so many good stories here. I think the real tragedy is that a lot of the good stuff is completely missable if you aren't paying attention. My one critisism is that the battle on the small bridge seems too hard for an unexpected ambush battle. Er, also, this game could use a few shiny stars to indicate points of interest, and maybe some road signs too. It took me awhile to realize a certain town had an entire port district that I hadn't noticed...
This is a really fun game. I was super disappointed when I reached the end of the game and realized the author has given up and moved on to a new project. I invested a lot of relationship points into the ghost girl and was rewarded with a cool side-story and secret dungeon. In fact, one of my favorite things about this game was finding all the secrets. There must be a way to complete my harem party, only one man stands in my way!
This is a good game. A lot better than you might think from some of the other reviews, although admittedly it does take a while to get going. The fights get harder and the plot gets more interesting as the game goes on.
It does have some flaws, though. Battles become a bit strange when you have so many NPCs supporting you - the system works best when you have four or so active party members. The reputation system doesn't give much feedback. Maybe I'm doing it wrong, but I haven't found any extra dialogue / scenes for your favorite characters yet (I got stuck on the continent with the elves and amazons - haven't finished the game).