1. Are the download links safe?
Yes, the download links are safe. They are either provided by the developers themselves or by some of their top supporters. But most of the links are uploaded and hosted to third-party services so it’s advised to be mindful when downloading.
2. A download link does not work. What should I do?
Use the “Report Link” button which you can find at the end of every article. Specify what exactly is the problem with the link and for which platform you are referring. Comments on this topic will get flagged as spam!
3.What does "DOWNLOAD (Mirror)" mean?
It means that the featured content was uploaded to several file hosting services and the “Mirror” download link is one of them. It’s included in case there’s a problem with the primary link. There isn’t any differences between them in terms of content so choose the one that works best for you.
4. What does "DOWNLOAD (Compressed)" mean?
A compressed version is the same as a regular one but the image quality is reduced in favor of overall size. So if you wish to save a few megabytes of data – choose the compressed version, otherwise go with the regular one.
5. What does "DOWNLOAD AIO" mean?
“AIO” is a abbreviation that stand for “All In One”. This mean that the download link contain versions for all available platforms and you just need to choose which one you want or to a version that is compatible with several platforms.
6. An error occurred when I try to start the game! What to do?
Make sure you’re logged in as an administrator on your system. You can also temporarily disable your antivirus protection but we do not recommend this so do it at your own risk. Remember that some RPGM games require .
7. An error occurred during extraction! What to do?
Try extracting using a different application. Make sure you’re logged in as an administrator on your system. If it’s a several part archive make sure all parts are in the same directory and if asked during extraction point to the next part. You can also temporarily disable your antivirus protection but we do not recommend this so do it at your own risk. If the problem persists then search for a solution on the web or just wait for a different release.