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What is the Demo Game Hub?

The Demo Game Hub is a collection of small example games that were created with RPG in a Box. It's meant as a fun way of demonstrating the current capabilities of the engine and the variety of styles that are possible. The hub itself is even created with RPG in a Box! It's also a great way to check out the engine before diving in and creating a game yourself.

Last Updated: May 27th, 2020

Controls

Left Click: Move player, interact with character or object
W/A/S/D/Q/E: Walk/turn/strafe (first-person)
Right Click + Drag: Rotate camera
Scroll Wheel: Zoom in/out
Space: Proceed through messsages/dialogue, end combat turn
I: Toggle inventory
M: Toggle minimap
ESC: Open pause menu

RPG in a Box on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/498310
RPG in a Box
on Itch.io: https://zeromatrix.itch.io/rpginabox

Main Menu music and Example Game music by Josh Penn-Pierson.

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Demo Game Hub (Win/Linux/Mac) 145 MB
Version 1.3.0
Demo Game Hub (Project Source Files) 25 MB
Version 1.3.0

Development log

Comments

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When I've tried to play the game I see an error message. The message says:

Error: Could not load game data at path '.'. Is the .pck file missing?

But the file is in the folder. How can I solve this?

I'm trying the Linux version, in Fedora 34.

Apologies, I'm not sure what would be causing that. If you aren't currently, can you try downloading and running it from the itch desktop app?

Can you try going into the "bin" folder, copy one of the executables (according to whether the OS is 32-bit or 64-bit), place it in the root folder alongside the "game.pck" file, rename the executable to just "game", then try running that? I think that might get it working.

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I tried this and it returned the same error. As soon as I can I will try to install the Itch.io launcher app and run the game again, to find out if the same error occurs or not. Thanks for answering.

The free version has all the features of the paid one as well , right?

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There are a few limitations, which are listed in the "Demo Version" section.

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Thanks :)

No problem! :)

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I going to buy the full version on steam can I export the assets to other game engines. I'm making a awesome game.?

Thanks, I appreciate the support! The only assets that you would be able to export to another engine currently are individual models. The Voxel Editor allows you to export model frames to the MagicalVoxel format (.vox), which you could potentially import into another program.