The RPG Maker Festival on Steam has wrapped up, and there were a ton of new guides, tutorial videos and dev interviews. So let's take a look at them all together!
The RPG Maker Festival is winding down, and we hope you had a lot of fun! The Festival included amazing sales on RPG Maker products (which are still running on the Degica Shop until Thursday!), fantastic deals with games made with RPG Maker from around the world, and cool drives and a mapping contest!
But what we are here to talk about today is all the brand new tutorials and videos done by our amazing content team during the event!
During the event on Steam we had 7 new guides designed for beginners, but even if you are a more experienced user, you might learn something new.
A big thanks to our normal tutorial writing team of hiddenone and Avery, plus RPG Maker veteran bgillisp!
We also had 4 learning streams during the event from our friends at Driftwood Gaming and Studio Blue, as well as an extra learning stream from Nick "Touchfuzzy" Palmer our community manager!
We hope that these brought you both entertainment and some extra RPG Maker and game design knowledge!
We also took the opportunity to catch up with several successful RPG Maker developers, and get their perspectives on the journey they took through creating their games, their experience with RPG Maker, and advice for new developers!
It was a joy to sit and talk with all of them, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Thank you to everyone who made the RPG Maker Festival possible, from the people who helped us make all this new content, to the devs who joined us with their games, to the fans who celebrated along with us! Let's make this another year of great RPG Making!
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