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-Next generation RPG Makers are RPG Maker XP, VX and VX Ace. These RPG Makere are officially translated into English. They feature scripting system, written in Ruby language. Most engine system is available in standard script sources. RGSS means Ruby Game Scripting System.+Next generation RPG Makers are RPG Maker XP, VX and VX Ace. These RPG Makers are officially translated into English. They feature scripting system, written in Ruby language. Most engine system is available in standard script sources. RGSS means Ruby Game Scripting System. EasyRPG does not plan to support them, there are other open source projects that implemented it.
  
-RPG Maker 200x internals works very closer like RPG Maker XP/VX, so learning and porting RGSS/2 class style to EasyRPG Player is how we are developing. You can press F11 in these rpg makers to open scripts editor.+RPG Maker 200x internals works in certain form like RPG Maker XP/VX, so checking how these system work. You can press F11 in these rpg makers to open scripts editor. We got inspiration for some design decisions for EasyRPG. However, they are completely different codebases and we have verified game interpreter behavior and most algorithms differ
  
-You can get evaluation copies of each from https://rpgmakerweb.com/+You can get evaluation copies of each from https://www.rpgmakerweb.com/
development/getting-started.txt · Last modified: 2021/01/22 01:50 by fdelapena