Mortis Ghost created an official web page for OFF at an unknown date (possibly around the same time the OFF translations were created). The website is entirely in French and has not yet been translated. The website itself contained info about the game. This also includes different images created by Mortis Ghost, OFF Downloads (in multiple languages), sketches, wallpapers, sheet music, a solution page (also in French) and a peculiar folder named "DossierSG", which is a lengthy review created by someone named "ShadowGate". It is twelve pages long and has yet to be translated. As of 2021, all downloadable content from that site can be found under the games section of the Unproductive Fun Time site.
By adding js files in the project's plugin folder, you will be able to select the plugin in the Plugin Manager. You can see script details, script parameters and the ability to set it ON and OFF. Using Plugin Manager will be much easier to use than the old format. Allowing minimal user interference to prevent errors and easily order the scripts than the previous makers.
Okay. Resuming:1) Install Jap Locale in windows 7;2) Install papploc.msi;3) Install reg in context menu.zip4) Install 2000rtp.exe (with applocale);5) Copy RPG_RT.exe in yume 2kki directory;6) Run 2kki (with applocale or not?).
But, now, when I try to download the first part of the game, my antivirus goes batshit crazy. But only for the first part. It says that it has a virus. I didn't see anyone else have any problems, so should I just tell my antivirus to ignore it?
I downloaded the latest version of 2kki, downloaded RPG_RT.exe and harmony.dll, it runs and it shows some menu. I picked the first choice because the 2nd does nothing and 3rd exits the game and I get this. What gives?
If you have Norton Internet Security 2011, and it keeps telling you that it protected you from an attack on your computer whenever you click on the link that says "DOWNLOAD from loda.jp", disregard. Norton has no beef with loda.jp, it's just a false alarm. What you do when this happens is open Norton, click on "Intrusion Prevention" and disable it until you're done downloading.
Pardon, but I have Windows 7, and can't seem to install RPG2000RTP properly. Without applocale I can get to 44%, before it gives me an error message and shuts down. However, when I try using applocale, or try systemlocale, it gives me an error message saying the filename, directory name, or label syntax is incorrect, then continues to another box with an error sign with Japanese text. Could anyone tell me how to fix this and install properly?
Try moving the files to a shorter path, like C:\. If it doesn't work, try downloading the files with a different browser, or even running your browser with applocale so it will download the file with it's original filename.
..uh. sorry if this has already been resolved, but wat do? I've downloaded everything, and yet the rest of the things don't come up in downloads or anything. if I go ahead and try running the rest of them, winRAR flips its shit and tells me I need to run a previous volume or something.
so i tried to install it and it worked fine until i got the rpg_rt.lmt error so i worked around that by going into rpg maker 2000 and making 490 maps then copied all the data and events to make it playable and just when i thought it was safe another error happen whenever i do certain events(save game. go to certain worlds,pick up certain effects) please help i'm about to just delete everything and wait until it's easiser to play -_- the error code is "Assertion failure(D:\EB\Lucifer\RPG_RT\LGD_picture.pas,448 line)"
Just in case any mac users care/still read this, to get it working on a mac (2kki as well as .flow), you need Crossover, rtp2000.exe, RPGMaker2000, possibly UnRarX, and a changed location.Go to System Preferences, and then International, or whatever the language/keyboard preference thing is. Go to format, and change the region to Japan. Download 2kki or .flow or whatever (I've only done this with 2kki and .flow). If it's a .rar, unrar it with your region set to Japan. .exes work as well. Just as long as you get an .exe out of it. Create a bottle in CrossOver, and install unsupported software, be it the .exe or the folder, and wait til that's done.Next, you wanna install rpgmaker2000 into the bottle (Configure>Manage Bottles>click on the Yume 2kki/whatever bottle >Applications >Install Software) You should go through the installation screens as shown in the thread already. Install the rpt2000.exe on the loda page into the bottle. If it doesn't open automatically, install the RPG_RT. It most likely will open into full screen mode, and if f4/f5 doesn't minimize it, force quit crossover and try again. (option-command-escape)
Sorry for the newby question, but I haven' t been able to find any info on this. To patch the game, I just copy/paste the contents of the patch file to the Yume 2kki file? I have version 93g, so to patch it up to 94c, I should download all the patches up to 94c, and unzip or copy/paste the contents to my Yume 2kki file.
>>2924Pic shows the download link. Don't forget to download all the parts. There's usually 4 or 5 each time. Once you've done that, unpack them in the same folder. If you're missing the .exe to open the file, just copy it from the previous version and paste it into the folder of the new version.
>>2953I downloaded everything I need, I got AppLocale, I run it with the japanese locale, I set my computer to japanese locale, and it doesn't run correctly. I don't get an error or anything, but the menu doesn't work.
>>2959It's probably a good idea to use 2000; from what I've experienced, the 2000 doesn't work with Yume Nikki and the 2003 doesn't work with Yume 2kki. That's just my experience, though, I don't know how others are fairing in that aspect.
Also, I did not realize that link was a 404. I got that, too, whoops. Here, try this one: _url?doit=done&tt=url&intl=1&fr=bf-home&trurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.famitsu.com%2Ffreegame%2Frtp%2F2000_rtp.html&lp=ja_en&btnTrUrl=Translate
I've been trying to assist my girlfriend in the installation of RPG Maker 2000 RTP on her Windows 7 laptop for the past, like, five hours. She changed her system locale to Japanese and managed to get AppLocale to download and install, but when she goes to run the .exe for the RPG Maker 2000 RTP install, she gets this:
The RPG Maker series was originally released primarily in Japan, but people started to translate and release the software illegally in China, Taiwan, South Korea, Russia, and North America with RPG Maker 2000 and RPG Maker 2003. Most of the later engines have been officially translated.
RPG Maker 2000, also referred to as RM2k, was the second release of RPG Maker for Microsoft Windows and is the most popular and used RPG Maker so far. While it is possible to do more with RM2k, it uses lower resolution sprites and tiles than RPG Maker 95. However, it does not have a noticeable limit of 'sprites'. Unlike RM95, which can only use one 'set', RM2k can use an unlimited number of sprite sheets with specific sizes for each type. The tilesets also have a similar non-limitation. However, because tiles must be entered into a database, there is a limit on tiles. This limit however is rarely a problem (normally 5000), and even when it is, an unofficial patch exists which can bump most limits much higher at the risk of potential game corruption. It doesn't support text output and can program only 2 buttons, Z and X. There is text in dialog boxes, by manner of overlaying sprites, or maps lain with text. But not plainly on the screen.
RPG Maker VX, also referred to as RMVX, its Japanese release date was Dec. 27 2007, and official release date in America was February 29, 2008. In this new maker, the interface is more user-friendly, allowing new users to create games with ease. The framerate was increased to 60 frames per second, providing much smoother animation in comparison to RMXP's often-choppy 40fps. The programming language Ruby is still implemented, and the game's default programming has been overhauled to allow more freedom to those scripting in new features. New editor and a new RTP are included, this time in a much simpler "blocky" style. The default battle system is comparable to that of the Dragon Quest series or its predecessor RM2k, with a frontal view of the battlefield and detailed text descriptions of each action taken. One notable disadvantage from the previous version, however, is the lack of support for multiple tilesets when mapping, leaving the player with only a finite number of unique tiles with which to depict all the game's environments. Multiple player-made workarounds exist, but this remains a sore point among many RMVX users.
RPG Maker VX Ace, also known as VXAce or simply "Ace", was released by Enterbrain in Japan on December 15, 2011. It was released in the United States on March 15, 2012 as a digital download. It was later made available through Steam, and is also now available as a physical CD. RPG Maker VX Ace is essentially an overhauled version of RPG Maker VX, and removes the issue with multiple tilesets. Battle backgrounds were re-introduced, and are separated into top and bottom halves. Spells, skills, and items can all now have their own damage and recovery formulas, although a quick calculation method reminiscent of the older RPG Makers is available. The VX RTP was redesigned for VX Ace, and a new soundtrack featuring higher quality techno-pop tracks was included. With VX Ace came a large quantity of DLC Resource Packages offered by Enterbrain, also available through Steam.
In 2000, RPG Maker was released for the Sony PlayStation, however, only a limited number of copies were made for releases outside of Japan. The software allowed user-made characters, and monsters through Anime Maker which was separate from the RPG Maker, which required saving to an external memory card. However, there was a limit to how many user-made sprites and monsters could be used in RPG Maker. Also, in Anime Maker, the user could create larger sprites for a theater-type visual novel in which the player could animate and control characters, but these sprites were much larger and unusable in RPG Maker. 2b1af7f3a8