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Horizon's End
Genre: RPG
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Oct 17, 2013 @ 7:32am
Jan 14 @ 5:20am

Her reign shall never be restarted
Let what was whole remain forever parted
On the fate of man it shall depend
The witches grave at Horizon's End

A story driven RPG adventure, where simple choices can lead to the most minor consequences or affect the fate of those around you. When what starts as a simple quest to rid a farm of rats escalates to survival against monsters, our hero Thawn sets off on a journey to survive against a cult bent on the destruction of mankind. Fighting against goblins, zombies and more, the only way for Thawn to survive is through the help of companions, namely his best friend and trusted ally, Kiah.

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CJayMarch Mar 26, 2015 @ 5:36pm 
Interesting to see a Greenlight project that was posted back in 2013. I wonder if this game is still in development.

Also, to address the topic of default graphics/tilesets: sure, it is more instantly appealing to see custom sets, but there are RPGM games on Steam that use mostly default graphics and have Positive or better ratings. I do generally prefer games that use custom sets, but I wanted to get the point out there that it is possible to have success without them.
Lord Protector Tiberius Aug 5, 2014 @ 9:13am 
RPG Maker games need to be of exceptionally high quality to be taken seriously on Greenlight. Not that I'm saying this is a bad effort, but rather that due to the ease of actual design, any potential games made using said engine need to be outstandingly good in order to warrant any significant consideration. This simply isn't at that level (yet).

Though if you were to improve your skills with the engine and develop a game whose story and universe are richly detailed, that also incorporates your own tilesets and graphics, then I see no reason as to why it couldn't be published on Steam.

For example, take a game like Skyrim, with lots of locations and a massive variety in enemies, weapons and quests. If you could re-create even half of it then it would be spectacular. But that is the sort of detail required using methods of creation so simple.
ionutudor2012 May 23, 2014 @ 6:25am 
Nyles Locke Mar 15, 2014 @ 10:16am 
ok I'm sorry but I have to vote no, not cause you used base things found on the program, not cause you have a sub-par plot, but cause there are signs of laziness on this game. Take 0:53 on the first video, for example. You didn't even take the time to change the battleback, but instead you used the setting that defaults to the graphical glitching circle when the program doesn't know what to use. I'm sorry but there's no reason for anyone to *ever* be that lazy and to do that in a game, especially when they're trying to get greenlit.
GMBit Mar 9, 2014 @ 4:01am 
она немного смахивает на финалку
MattRetro Feb 25, 2014 @ 1:33am 
Hey Sam, send me an email to I would like to chat with you about your game :)
KeyG Feb 22, 2014 @ 1:31am 
downloadlink ist broken
Orbister Jan 12, 2014 @ 7:32pm 
MorningLightMountain Dec 22, 2013 @ 5:52pm 
There are some very good games made using RPG Maker I'd say The Way is better than a lot of commerical RPG's I have played. However I've never paid for an RPG Maker game. I would strongly recommend uploading this onto RPG instead and potentially removing it from Steam.
Fenrir007 Dec 20, 2013 @ 8:28am 
Before further voting on RPG Maker games, do the following exercise:
- Grab one screenshot supplied from each RPG Maker game you see
- Line them all up on MS Paint or whatever
- Wait a week and look at it again

Now answer: do they look like different games at all?

Contrary to what the RPG Maker community wants to make us believe, visual identity is a VERY important thing to a RPG. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg, but I dont feel like writing any further.

Am I somehow wrong and your RPG has some sort of revolutionary storytelling or something? Well, then update your description telling us WHY. We shouldnt have to play the game to know the very first thing about it.

Take a look at the Torment Kickstarter. THAT is how you describe a RPG.