EasyRPG Player

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EasyRPG Player version 0.6.2.2 "Pincer Attack Patch 2"

Release date: 2020-09-08. Release notes, changes since 0.6.2.1: Player, liblcf.

Windows

Windows 32 bit executable, Windows 64 bit executable
These are meant as a drop-in replacement for the RPG_RT.exe and require at least Windows Vista.

GNU/Linux

Linux amd64 executable
This is a debug build, it is not optimized and mainly used to find bugs. You likely want to build Player from source code for faster game play.

Arch Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE packages
These are provided by us on the Open Build Service.

macOS

macOS 64-bit (Intel) App Bundle

Player is also available on homebrew, use this command in your terminal:
brew install easyrpg-player

Android

The App is hosted on Google Play.
You can also scan this QRCode with your device to access it directly:
Google Play QRCode
Locally hosted App (.apk)
Installing from "unknown sources" must be activated in the Android settings.

libretro core

Available on the libretro buildbot. (or use the RetroArch core downloader)
The libretro core can be executed by RetroArch and other libretro frontends.

Supported platforms:

  • Windows
  • Linux (amd64 and ARM)
  • macOS
  • Android
  • iOS
  • SNES Classic Mini & Playstation Classic

Other contributed ports

Wii (.dol)
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Channel" installed. Games are searched in the same directory as the dol.

Nintendo 3DS (3dsx), Nintendo 3DS (CIA)
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Launcher" (for 3dsx) or a custom firmware (for CIA) installed. The CIA searches for games in sdcard:/3ds/easyrpg-player

PlayStation Vita
This needs a homebrew-enabled console by running the HENkaku exploit. Games are searched in ux0:/data/easyrpg-player.

Nintendo Switch
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Launcher" installed. Games are searched in the same directory as the nro.

The 3DS, PSVita and Switch ports have originally been contributed by Rinnegatamante.

Windows RT (ARM) (0.5.3)
This needs a device running in test-signing mode. 0.5.3 is the last release on this deprecated platform.

GCW Zero (.opk) (0.6.1)
0.6.1 is the last release on this platform for now, because the official toolchain is too old. We have built 0.6.2 with an updated toolchain, but this requires non-trivial updates of the device before, so we do not provide this version anymore.

Open Pandora (.pnd)
Maintained by ptitSeb in the OpenPandora repository.

AROS (0.6.2.1)

AmigaOS4 (0.6.2.1)

MorphOS (0.6.2.1)

The AROS, AmigaOS4 and Morphos ports are maintained by BSzili on his website.

EasyRPG Player continuous builds

Changes since 0.6.2.2: Player, liblcf

Disclaimer: these are the newest builds, representing the current development state.
However, they might contain new bugs, so they are not recommended for general use.

Windows

Windows 32 bit executable, Windows 64 bit executable
These are meant as a drop-in replacement for the RPG_RT.exe and require at least Windows Vista.

GNU/Linux

Linux amd64 executable
This is a debug build, it is not optimized and mainly used to find bugs. You likely want to build Player from source code for faster game play.

Android

Locally hosted App (.apk)
Installing from "unknown sources" must be activated in the Android settings.

Other contributed ports

Wii (.dol)
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Channel" installed. Games are searched in the same directory as the dol.

Nintendo 3DS (3dsx), Nintendo 3DS (CIA)
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Launcher" (for 3dsx) or a custom firmware (for CIA) installed. The CIA searches for games in sdcard:/3ds/easyrpg-player.

PlayStation Vita
This needs a homebrew-enabled console by running the HENkaku exploit. Games are searched in ux0:/data/easyrpg-player.

Nintendo Switch
This needs a homebrew-enabled console with "Homebrew Launcher" installed. Games are searched in the same directory as the nro.

The 3DS, PSVita and Switch Ports have originally been contributed by Rinnegatamante.

Code repository

The Player and liblcf repositories are available at GitHub.