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Teh Stream RPG by DoubleLeggy Teh Stream RPG by DoubleLeggy
:bulletgreen:Teh Stream RPG

:bulletgreen:Plans & Updates

Edit: The game has undergone its first minor patch. Check Plans & Updates for details.

Once upon a time I made an attempt with RPG Maker.
The result was the unfinished game Stories of Streamside.

This time around I wanted to try something completely different, mainly with utilizing the ability to replace default tilesets. Once I learned to use the tools required, I formed an idea to base this Stream related game on Teh Stream Comic this time around. Also, rather than making it a typical straightforward RPG, I tried my hand at creating an open-ended adventure with decision making.

This game is by no means complete- In fact, that's practically the point of it! What I'd like is for you guys to give it a go, explore what can be explored and let me know what you think. What other "sections" would you like to see? What kinds of characters and events? Any fond Stream moments you'd like to see acted out by the little sprite actors? The world of Teh Stream can be expanded with your help! Any bug reports or criticism is welcome too, any improvements help.

How to Install:
:bulletblack:Click the link at the top of the description
:bulletblack:You'll be directed to a Google Drive webpage
:bulletblack:Click "Download" - The time it takes may vary
:bulletblack:Google should be safe, but run a scan to be sure
:bulletblack:Once saved, the .zip needs to be extracted
:bulletblack:Once extracted, open "Teh Stream" folder
:bulletblack:Find the application called "Game" (horse icon)
:bulletblack:Just double click that and you should be in!

Do not tamper with any folders or files inside the main folder!
Doing this will most likely cause the game to crash, or simply not work.

If you are a fellow RPG VX creator and want to look at the raw game data to see how I made an event or what scripts I used, you're more than welcome to do that. If you wish to use any of the content I created myself, please ask my permission and provide credit, linking to my channel: *DoubleLeggy

Is mainly intended for the actual game, as all the artwork used here is recycled.
If you have anything to say about the cover layout itself though, I'd be happy to hear.
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Just finished a play-through of it after not being able to find anything left to do in it. I quite enjoyed just how unique and fun this was compared to some other RPG's. It has a quirky sense of humour and good characters. I like how it exaggerates on the crappiest parts of the internet for humour's sake. It was kinda immersive that's no lie, I found myself shouting "LADY WHERE YOU AT?" a few times in each new area :P

I think to improve: in the final product try to add somewhat of a plotline if you want or expand on the current worlds.

Taking into consideration how this game is Incomplete I'd currently give it a 7.5 or 8 out of 10.

I look forward to the final release and to see if you can turn this into a popular RPG, which it has the potential to become :)
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9 out of 9 deviants thought this was fair.

I. Initial reaction
II. Cover art
III. The game
I. At first I saw the gleeful looking character that I'm assuming is the protagonist--I nodded my head in approval with a smirk. Then I look to the left and find the same character wielding a large hammer--I automatically am like: "Oh, hold on a minute, this isn't necessarily a simple going happy everyday girl--she may want to break a few bones." -that's when I saw the rated T-M. But what ultimately caught my attention was that it was cover art for an RPG Maker related project. Because me and my friend loves working with this program. But that's how I came across this at least...

II. The cover art is magnificent in my eyes, and happy looking girls are my favorite pieces of art to find on this site--typically anime girls. To be honest, after playing the game as Leggy, I kind of found myself in love with the character's appearance and personality; but I'll get to that once I get on to the game itself. The cover was just so good looking to be honest, a bunch of interesting looking characters to the right--after playing the game I can assume that they are part of something bigger, I'm assuming whatever these videos I kept hearing about are. If this were a real game, I'd probably use this cover for it--because it was good enough to convince me to try this game out.

III. I had no idea what to expect from this--I initially assumed that it would just be an amateurish RPG made by someone with great art skills--GEEZ, don't I feel stupid now... After playing this, I realize just how much more work our games need! Great music, great art work, plenty of humor, and a lot of scenarios that I myself have encountered--like fandom idiots and perverts.

In this game, you take on the role of the character Leggy, as I said, I later found this character very pretty and fun to look at--mostly the reactions she had to things, my favorite one being the circular white eyes she gets when something strange, shocking, or offensive happens. Admittedly, it took me like 5-8 minutes to realize that Leggy is the author of this game... What I liked about this, is that it seems to be tackling past predicaments and stupid situations the author found herself in on the internet. I'm not familiar with this person or any of the famous videos she has done, but I'm not one of the guys who'll start bowing down because of a little popularity. It seems her crazed fans are a recurring enemy in the game, usually getting into fights with Leggy by offending her. And Leggy can clearly break some bones... Mein Gott, she can clearly be a loose cannon on people she dislikes...

I loved how Deviantart was depicted in this game--the music was fitting and the conversations in Deviantart is hilarious. My favorite part to the Deviantart world--had to be the +18 section. I pretty much agreed with every single thing Leggy would say in that section... Did I mention Leggy can ban people like some demigod? Stay on her good side.

What I found sad, is that every character didn't have one of these nice drawings--I don't think any of the characters were as much of eye candy as Leggy, (and not because of the obvious...) but I sure wish every character could've had their own unique look. The key word there was wish, I imagine drawing a portrait for every single little character would get tiresome and possibly hard to keep original--so that's not a complaint or anything, rather it's just a shame. I certainly don't make a unique portrait for every single minor! I'd gladly shake the hands with anyone who can actually do this.

As I said, I'm not familiar with the author or any of her works--but I can get a general idea of the struggles she faces on the internet. I actually prefer playing as a girl more than a guy in stuff like this--in fact; every single story I write has a female protagonist, BUT I GUESS THAT MAKES ME GAY HURR.... I really hate the whole stereotype that girls are weak and only good for pleasing us, so I always respect these things that depict the girls as asskickers--specifically Leggy.

The game did keep me busy for a bit, considering it was 400MB--I could expect from the start that this wasn't an amateurish project--oh no, I was way off base.

In conclusion, I wasn't sure if the author was requesting a critique on JUST this picture, but I decided to go the extra mile and just play the damn game. I mean, why not?

I like everything about this project, the cover, the game, the characters, and the jokes. I think this was worth however long it took to build this game, and was a good download on my part. I'll be sure to show my RPG friend this game, because clearly we need better insight on how to make an RPG...
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BlueandDark Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Student General Artist
Leggy i can understand that you can ban pepole from teh steam and the steamside becuaes it's your's but what about the RE chatroom is that your's too?
DoubleLeggy Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Basically, most of the areas you go to are still parts of Teh Stream. If you've ever been on a very busy chat, sometimes lots of people are talking about different topics all at once. The way I wanted to present it was like each area is a "topic" - Streamside, Resident Evil, artwork, video games, etc. They're all taking place in Teh Stream, but sectioned off for the sake of it being a big, explorable game. There will be a particular area though that isn't part of Teh Stream which will be explained a bit within the game. Hope that makes sense!
BlueandDark Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Student General Artist
it does and i have to adim that you did made an interestig world withont having to be confiocing but i still had a few questions (bad ingresh)
DoubleLeggy Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Yo thanks! And whatever you wanna know, you can ask, it's all good.
BlueandDark Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  Student General Artist
Antionio3D Featured By Owner Edited Nov 4, 2014
Ohh, I found some unused sprites in your game's folder XD
Are you going to add them later?
DoubleLeggy Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, actually it's a bit messy but some I only use 1 or 2 sprites from a single sheet. But editing and condensing them would break the in-game images so I'm probably gonna end up with a lot of leftovers. I'm gonna delete any full pages that are unused, though.
Master-Infinity Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  New member Professional Digital Artist
When I click the link it wont load.  :(
DoubleLeggy Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hm, it should? I tried just now and it worked fine.
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