First of all, this game is NOT Bionicle-based. That's why this is in Off-Topic Culture and not Bionicle Based Games.
Alright, so. Regalia is a game that I have created using RPG Maker VX Ace. I've made quite a few games using this, a few of which are on this forum. They all pretty much suck. Anyway, this is by far the best game I've made using RMVXA, and all of my testers say that it's pretty good. Speaking of testers, I've got about 5 or so, 3 of which are BZP members, and the other are some of my real life friends.
Now, if you're wondering what Regalia is about, here's a quick summary of the plot, without spoiling anything major: You are Arzaki, a blacksmith in a lonely mountain village. You forge weapons along with your partner, Xalu. Xalu kind of messes up and uses the last of their supply of Twisted Iron, a rather rare ore, and she and Arzaki need to get more. Luckily, an imp has been sighted nearby, which are the only sources of Twisted Iron, which Arzaki and Xalu quickly go after. After defeating the imp and getting Twisted Iron from it, they return to their village and meet a certain someone, who claims to be searching for the Warrior of Fire. And thusly, the trio begin a search for the Warrior of Fire, along with the other Carriers.
Your virus protection software may say that this contains a virus, but I did not attach any form of malware to any of the following files. There's nothing I could gain from infecting your computers, anyway, right? These are completely safe, trust me.
Level Up Screen
Enemy Stats Screen
System Options Screen
Three?! TOTALLY Unprepared for Three!
The First REAL Dungeon
Spooky Scary Skeletons
Boss Time! (Again)
RPG Maker VX Ace
The Infamous Bon Bon
Jeremiah "McTricky" George
Thomas Bergerson/Two Steps From ######
And last but not least, I would like to thank my testers on BZP: Ghidora131, Jakura Nuva, and Voxumo! Thanks guys! You were a big help, and you guys really made me feel like my game was actually decent, unlike previous ones! Thanks~!
One more thing. Try to keep your post spoiler free, alright? Try pressing the button in the top left of the post options. It looks like a blue square with a green rectangle in it. Click on that and click spoiler, then type in your message. That should allow people to choose if they want to read on.
Edited by Arzaki, Sep 10 2015 - 08:43 PM.