RPG Maker Sold Over 1 Million? Time for Linux

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RPG Maker has sold over a million copies. That puts some things in perspective for us. RPG Maker is big. We thank each and every person who has helped make RPG Maker the success it is today. And it is time for RPG Maker to be available to all computer users!

So let’s look at a piece of the newest news for RPG Maker MV: Not only is it usable by Windows and OSX(A first for RPG Maker), it is now also usable on Linux!

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Sit down on your Linux PC, open up RPG Maker, and make a game.

All the simplicity and power you love about RPG Maker MV, all on the OS that you want to use it on, whether that is Windows, Mac, or Linux. No more need to dual boot just for RPG Maker, or use cludgy workarounds to get windows programs to run in Linux, now, it just does it right out of the box.

And for Windows and Mac users? What does this mean for you?

More people than ever can play your game! Before, you could deploy to Windows and Mac PC Users, but after this update, on all versions, you can also export to Linux. For hobby users, this means more eyes on your project, and for commercial users, this means more potential sales!

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And to celebrate, we convinced Steam that it is time for an RPG Maker Midweek Madness! So pick up RPG Maker MV today for 60% off, and RPG Maker MV DLC for up to 60% off!Let’s get to work on making it 2 million sales, with users from Linux, Windows, and Mac working together to make amazing games for everyone to play.

Let’s get to work on making it 2 million sales, with users from Linux, Windows, and Mac working together to make amazing games for everyone to play.

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  • Jorin Gedamke

    Perhaps there would be no need to “convince Steam to hold a sale” if the official store had sales more often?

    The biggest benefit (personally) of Steam is that you don’t have to hunt around to find your resources. Except that you do, if you use both DLC and Workshop content. And then you’re supposed to know how to import said content… so what is the benefit of using Steam? Automatic updates?