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in game enginesView all solutions"I was in the market for some game engines to test drive for a work related project. I was directed to rpgmaker.net as a possible solution. Unfortunately, the site does not provide a solution to my problem as it is only a site for uploading and downloading indie games. However the site does offer a wide range of useful services to developers, like a tutorials and a forums where you can speak with like minded individuals who can answer questions you may have.""There are a great number of games developed using the RPG Maker engine. Their quality ranges wildly, but there are some that rise above all the others and really shine. With that being said I feel like the engine is a bit limited for a lot of game ideas. Overall it's a decent engine just not the one for my purposes.""Seems like a good game engine. I usually have my son check these for me, but didn't get a chance yet. give it a try for yourself."
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