O.H.R.RPG.C.E – Official Hamster Republic Role Playing Game Construction Engine

Official Hamster Republic Role Playing Game Construction Engine (O.H.R.RPG.C.E.) is a free open-source utility to create your own Role Play Game (RPG) in a similar style to the classic Final Fantasy games on the NES, SNES and GBA.

The OHRRPGCE uses a scripting language called HamsterSpeak, but games can be made without any use of scripting.

There are a large assortment of RPG games available using the O.H.R.RPG.C.E. engine.

Features include:

  • Quickly develop 2D computer Role Playing Games.
  • Customizable main menus.
  • 100 Non-Player Characters per map.
  • New enemy dissolving styles.
  • Improved tag browsing/naming interface.
  • Customizable UI colors.
  • Play sound/music.
  • Includes an example game, Vikings of Midgard.

Website: rpg.hamsterrepublic.com/ohrrpgce
Support: Wiki
Developer: James Paige, Brian Fisher and many others
License: GNU GPL v2

OHRRPGCE

O.H.R.RPG.C.E. is written in C++ and C. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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