Pixel Game Maker MV will leave Early Access this year

Pixel Game Maker MV will leave Early Access this year

Today, it has been announced that the 2D game engine Pixel Game Maker MV will leave Steam Early Access in Q4 of this year. This game engine has been made by Playism and Kadokawa Corporation, the creators of RPG Maker, another game engine that has been sold over two million times worldwide. This game engine is designed for anyone as it can be used to create games without having even a bit of programming experience.

Alongside the launch out of Early Access with version 1.0, this engine will come with an array of UI improvements, Steam Workshop support, a free demo version to try before you buy and more updates addressing issues raised by the Early Access users.

It will also comer with more than 15 sample games with assets licensed for distribution in those who make games with this program. Users can also import their own graphics and assets to create whatever they want. The native engine includes a built-in physics engine, particle effects, support for up to four-person local multiplayer, and the ability to install and create add-ons using JavaScript.

Pixel Game Maker MV will be available for hands-on demos at PAX West 2019, which will take place from August 20 to September 2 in Seattle at the Washington State Convention Center.

Below, you can see a showcase of the engine to see what you can create with Pixel Game Maker MV.

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