Pixel Game Maker MV 1.0 Launches Q4 2019

Pixel Game Maker MV, the intuitive yet fully-featured 2D game engine from Playism, and sister software to the massively successful RPG Maker, will craft adventures on PC after it exits Steam Early Access in Q4 2019.

Alongside the launch out of Early Access, 1.0 of Pixel Game Maker will come with an array of UI improvements, Steam Workshop support, a free demo, and more updates addressing issues brought up by Early Access players.

The engine’s accessibility allows first-time developers and seasoned creators alike to construct deep games from scratch, without any programming experience. Native engine features include 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 comes with more than 15 sample games, each with assets licensed for distribution in users’ games including some created by Takumi Naramura, lead designer for the La-Mulana franchise. Artists can also import their own graphics to create everything from adventure, shooter, and racing games. The options are endless – the only limitation is your imagination.
Pixel Game Maker MV is available via Steam Early Access for $84.99 and supports Japanese, English and Simplified Chinese. Upon 1.0’s launch, the price will be set at $99.99.