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Hello, and welcome to my RPG Maker XP Tutorial! I hope you will find these tutorials helpful - I have tutorials here if you are a beginner, or if you're looking for something a little more advanced. Hopefully these tutorials will help you use and get satisfactory results from Enterbrain's tool, RPG Maker XP. I know that RPG Maker XP has now been somewhat outdated by the new RPG Maker VX, but I personally think that RPG Maker XP is, and always will be, the best RPG Maker out there. So, I hope that my RPG Maker XP Tutorials are helpful!

If you've never heard of RPG Maker XP, click here for a link to the Official English Release Site for it, and click here to download a free, 30-day trial version of the software. If you've really got into it, you can click here to buy the full licence, which costs around 20 (depending on the exchange rate - it's $29.99 US). Whatever you choose, hopefully these RPG Maker XP Tutorials will be helpful to you!

If you've never used RMXP before, try starting with my RMXP Fundamentals tutorial, which might help you get started, and will tell you a few helpful things that you can use when you're using RMXP later on. If you're familiar with RMXP already and want to learn some more complicated things, take a look at my Sitemap, which lists all the tutorials in category of difficulty. Hopefully you'll be able to find the tutorial that you're looking for!
Tigerseye





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