Saturday, April 18, 2009

RGSS Player : A View on Its Product Perspective

[The] world of Indie Developers would greatly benefit from the implementation of a RGSS Player for MacOS X. Expanding their market to an entire new popular platform is without a doubt an enchanting idea. Following up on a series of articles written here, we shall pass the immediate and obvious questions to focus on what an Indie Developer would get from licensing a RGSS Player for MacOS X.
  • RGSS Player for MacOS X
  • Deployment User-Modifiable Script
  • Porting Games Developer Manual
  • One-Year Free Updates and Bug Fixes
  • One-Year Limited Developer Support
  • Flexible Licensing Scheme
Also, Indie Developers can benefit from additional services:

Porting and Further Technical Assistance
Porting RPG Maker VX/XP games from Windows to MacOS X is a simple and straightforward process. Nevertheless, let's face it, some games might be harder than others to port. A game extensively relying on Win32, Win32OLE, and any other OS-centric API will require to port those parts of the code to Cocoa. Some Indie Developers might have a very ecletic and unusual deployment scenario. Take your pick. The extended assistance is all about going the extra mile for a subscribed Indie Developer.

Porting Games For Developers
Some Indie Developers have no experience porting to MacOS X nor own Apple computers and might be interested to have their games ported by us. We can painlessly port any games from/to Windows and MacOS X.

Non-Profit, Non-Commercial Games License
We are currently evaluating the possibility to allow passionate developers to get their free games on MacOS X. There are plenty of existing RPG Maker VX/XP games that would also benefit from being available on another platform. Games made by developers who do not aim commercial activities. We are interested to hear about you as well.

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5 comments:

  1. The ideas proposed inside this article already show a powerful prospect on what could prove to be a genuine solution for both developers and gamers. I hope this can become true.

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  2. This would turn to be a wonderful dream to have your games on MacOS X. The emerging success of Eternal Eden would undoubtedly share the same enthusiasm from Mac fans.

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  3. Damn this has gotta be made
    XDXDXDXD

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  4. We never know where wind is gonna blow. Generally speaking, however, our technologies and knowledge continuously improve and they are to become the foundation of such project as RGSS Player.

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  5. Hi, im made a game in RPG Maker VX, is near 60 or 70% complete.

    Im want to know how to port to OSX, and if you port, the cost.

    The port is PPC/Intel or only Intel?

    my email is theelf@email.com

    Thanxs!

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