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Love and War: Magical Girl Lavie on Indiegogo!

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#1 Admiral Styles

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Posted 30 August 2016 - 02:32 PM





Indiegogo link: https://www.indiegog...cal-girl-lavie/



Hi, everyone! I'm not sure if anyone here remembers me or my game, but I'm Admiral Styles, and I had a little RM2K RPG called "Love and War", that I released a long while ago, back on the old Gaming World forums. (You can actually find the old thread over here: http://saltworld.net...evamp-released/ Wow, has it really been so long...?) I've made the decision to go to Indiegogo to try and fund a new game in the series. Magical Girl Lavie is a JRPG  made with RPG Maker VX Ace starring Lavender "Lavie" Regale. It takes place some time before my aforementioned RPG, Love and War: Act I, making it sort of (but not really) a prequel. Those who have played Act I before will recognize some familiar faces, but no prior knowledge of the series will be required.

Chapter 1 of Magical Girl Lavie is intended to be a shorter game, roughly around 2-4 hours in length. I love the dozens-of-hours long epic RPGs as much as the next guy, but I feel like shorter, more focused RPGs can pack in a lot of fun too. MGL is also intended to be the first in a trilogy of similar-length games, if the first one is well received. The intention is to make this a commercial game (hopefully sold on Steam) after a successful crowdfunding campaign! Chapters 2 and 3 will follow afterward, perhaps with their own crowdfunding campaigns if all goes well with Chapter 1. Any extra funds we raise for Chapter 1 will go towards making Chapters 2 and 3 as well, of course!



Some screenshots:






And some art:








In the end, it's very much my hope that "Magical Girl Lavie" is just the beginning, and that you'll be seeing a lot more "Love and War" from me in the future. :)  Please do let me know if you have any questions or comments (or have gotten stuck in the Baron Snake Cave when playing Act I - that place can be tricky!). If my ramblings here have piqued your interest at all, then I hope you'll decide to join me on this journey!

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