RPG Maker Fes details SD card support, variables, free game player, and character presets

Latest details on the 3DS entry in the RPG creation series.

Kadokawa Games has shared new information and screenshots of RPG Maker Fes, its August-announced 3DS entry in its RPG creation tool series.

Get the details below.

SD Card Support

RPG Maker Fes

RPG Maker Fes features SD card support. With the 3DS title, it’s possible to create grand story-based RPGs where you can move about a giant world map filled with ice towns, desert towns, secluded villages, and more. Up to 16 games can be saved to an SD card, so you can simultaneously work on a number of RPGs.

Set Variables in Various Places

RPG Maker Fes

RPG Maker Fes features the variable customization indispensable to RPG creation, including “event conditions,” “monster parameters,” “special skill parameters,” “weapons and armor parameters,” “item parameters,” and more.

The Free RPG Maker Fes Player

RPG Maker Fes

The games you create in RPG Maker Fes can be played by other users via the RPG Maker Fes Player, which will be released as a free download on the Nintendo eShop and is available to everyone, even if they don’t own RPG Maker Fes. Of course, if you own RPG Maker Fes, you can set your game’s details and upload it to a dedicated server for users to play. Be sure not to make any mistakes!

Character Presets

RPG Maker Fes

Since RPG Maker Fes offers a wealth of unique character presets, including the swordsman, soldier, priest, magician, merchant, monsters, and more, it can support a story with various situations.

RPG Maker Fes is due out for 3DS in Japan on November 24.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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