Always use the website login

The user login system of RPG Playground is totally reworked, and now the website login is used for everything.

Previously it was sometimes confusing that the website is using a different user login system than RPG Playground itself. That has changed now!

The real reason of this change is that we are working on extra community features. The website will become more important in sharing, commenting and playing games. You will be able to comment on games the same way as you can comment on blog posts.

The impact on your account

To access your projects, you need to have the same login email on the website as you had at RPG Playground. If this is an issue for you (maybe you don’t have access to an email account anymore), please email me at so I can move your projects to a new email address.

I surely hope this doesn’t give too much panic and problems, but rest assured that all your projects are safe, and I can always give you access to them again if something goes wrong.


Interview with Prodphage

When you gave your first interview on RPG Playground, you were 11 years old. What has changed in your life since then?

Actually, i was 12, and what has changed is i was going through a phase where i thought i was just being ignored all the time and had massive paranoia, and it hasn’t really gone away yet if i’m being honest, but it’s gotten better

When you first started out with RPG Playground, you made a massive amount of new games. Are you currently still working on a game?

Yes, actually! Since my break from RPG Playground, a lot of new stuff has been added, and for 1 of my new games the code has gotten confusing, making buildings is still an issue for me but right now i’m working on 2 big games, they’re really good and long unlike my other games

So what did you learn from your first games that you can now apply in these 2 bigger games?

Tokens mainly, but also the teleport function. I’m ao way better at setting the plot now

Can you give a short introduction to your new games, to get people excited?

Of course!

Runaway Bride – Play as Linda. You’re about to get married to your husband you’ve been dating for 6 years, Zach, but you can’t do it. Find out the hidden truth about him and discover his past in Runaway Bride

The Tale Of The Demon – Play as the infamous demon Swealop as you go on a quest with many easter eggs, main missions and side missions as you go on a quest to defeat your own corrupt overlord, Fire Bull

Do you share your games with people you know in real life? Or do you like to keep things for the online community only?

I have some friends in real life who know about RPGPlayground but for the post part, I like to keep what I do online for the people online, I’ll only tell some people in real life about my online personality if I really trust them and right now I sort of have some trust issues.

You seem like a creative person, what else do you create besides games?

I run a music youtube channel where i make and upload rap/ hip-hop instrumentals that i make, its called prod. phage

Could that music be used in one of your games, or is the style or mood different?

I could certainly make styles of music for my games, but right now i don’t think the music would fit my games

So what do you miss the most in RPG Playground? What would you want me to improve first?

Improve, i don’t really know. But add, custom sprites like i said last interview

Alright, thanks for the interview Prodphage! And best of success with finishing your new games, I can’t wait to play them!


Top games of April 2019

Ever since we switched from sharing games in the forum to sharing them in RPG Playground itself, the number of shared games has skyrocketed. On the forum, there were a few games every week. Right now, there are a few games shared every day! In April, 83 new games were shared on RPG Playground by our community. Thank you so much for everyone who contributed to this :).

And now it’s time for some celebration! And what better way to celebrate than with the most popular games released during this period.

… and the winners are…

  1. Hobbits
  2. The “F.B.I” Takeover by MigFromSchool
  3. Save Bob
  4. Nix, Savior of Omnis DEMO by LadySteelSteam
  5. save the castle by ganjaman
  6. Destiny’s End (WIP) by King Destiny
  7. Car Commercial Goblins by Captixel
  8. A douchey game of mazes
  9. Dungeon, Start! by EternityLost
  10. The Deal Part 1 by SofaBleu

Next to the games shared in April, we have a whole bunch of games that were already available. So our second top 10 list looks at ALL games (including those released in April). Here are the most popular games played in April.

  1. A Lill’ Girls Tale by Aura
  2. The Curious Case of Lierra by Aura
  3. Hobbits
  4. The Legend of the 3 Orbs by Aura
  5. Betrayal Of The King by Fredear Games
  6. Joshje’s Angel Ep 2 by zerofizzy
  7. Bobby the Knight (Incomplete) by Tggamer
  8. Save Bob
  9. The Advice Fairy (REMIX) by CrazyMew37
  10. Joshje’s Angel Ep 1 by zerofizzy

All I can say now is check them out, and if you come across something special, let us know in a comment below!


Release 0.39: The lobby

The latest release of RPG Playground is now available online. I introduced a “Lobby” where you can see your games, the top games and the latest shared games.

When you share your own game, you will not be taken to the forum anymore. Your game will be instantly shared inside the RPG Playground lobby. Unfortunately comments are not available yet.

For this reason, I removed the “Play” page on this website, that used to list all top games. But this list wasn’t kept up to date. The current list is automated, so I don’t have to do anything anymore :).

There are some other nice features, such as remembering your login. To get a list of all of them, take a look at the last column of our Trello roadmap.

Check it out on


Release 0.38: Better screenplay wizard

The RPG Playground team brings you another cool update! This time, the screenplay wizard is extended, so it’s first of all easier to use, and secondly, includes all advanced actions in an easy to use manner. It also includes some extra explanation for each action.

There are some other improvements too, such as the weird coordinate system for walking (which was relative to the actor position), is now an absolute position on the tilemap. The action now uses Actor walks towards … instead of Actor walks to …

Next to that, the selection of Actors has become more user friendly. In most modes, you can just click on an Actor and it will take you to the properties. The cursor will also give an indication that you can click on the actor. All ways to make your experience more user friendly.

So go on, try the new version at, and start building your story with the easy & advanced screenplays!

Kind regards,



Release 0.36: Music and ambient sounds

Time to add music and ambient sounds to your games!

RPG Playground now includes various songs and a diverse set of ambient background sounds, to improve the atmosphere of your games. Go to the first tab on the project pane, and there you can select which ambient sounds and music to play for each level.

You can also change what’s played with advanced screenplays.

Enjoy! And I’m looking forward to the first games that feature these music and sounds 🙂


Help us build the official tutorial game!

New users of RPG Playground are greeted with an empty level. If they want, they can first see a YouTube tutorial video. But afterwards, they end up in this empty project.

However, FierceLiger03 gave me this great idea to start inside a tutorial game. A new user could:

  1. learn how to use RPG Playground by following the adventure, in a fun and easy way.
  2. get an instant glimpse of the cool stuff you can do in RPG Playground.

Therefore, I now want RPG Playground to start with such a tutorial game, to help new users get started.

I could make this myself. But a lot of you have way better level design and storytelling skill than me. So I thought about organizing a competition for this :).

Since a full tutorial is a really big project, I want it to be built as an Exquisite Corpse (thanks EBMCGames / The Dungeon Master for this idea :)), where each small part will be a separate competition. This means that I will:

  1. First do a competition for the 1st part of the tutorial.
  2. A winner will be selected.
  3. This small tutorial will end up at the start of RPG Playground, and every new user can follow it.
  4. A second competition will be done to extend the tutorial, based on the winning entry of the previous competition.

This way we can already have something in the short run, and create a really cool tutorial in the long run.

Some things to consider about this tutorial:

  1. Don’t give the player too much freedom. Make it a guided tour where you don’t get lost.
  2. Start really easy, with the most basic thing possible. Screenplay actions are already really advanced, and should be in later tutorial levels.
  3. Show some cool RPG Playground features early on, so that new users are excited to make their own game.

So without further ado, here is the first contest to make the tutorial game: The winning tutorial will get played by every new RPG Playground user!

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