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This was the first version made by Enterbrain, which had previously been a part of ASCII.
RPG Maker XP, also referred to as RMXP, is the first RPG Maker which can use Ruby, making it the most powerful, programming-wise.
RMXP runs at 1024x768 resolution (though games made in it run at 640x480), while offering four times the playable area of its predecessors.
Additionally, it allows greater user control over sprite size (there is no specific image size regulation for sprite sheets) and other aspects of game design.
All versions include initial premade tilesets, characters, and events which can be used in creating new games.
One feature of the PC Versions of RPG Maker programs is that a user can create new tilesets and characters, and add any new graphics the user wants.
RPG Maker 2000, also referred to as RM2k, was the second release of RPG Maker for Microsoft Windows and is the most popular and used RPG Maker so far.
Unlike RM95, which can only use one 'set', RM2k can use an unlimited number of sprite sheets with specific sizes for each type. However, because tiles must be entered into a database, there is a limit on tiles.
This limit however is rarely a problem (normally 5000), and even when it is, an unofficial patch exists which can bump most limits much higher at the risk of potential game corruption.
Each day is divided into different settings (Bus stop, school, Jonathan's House, Hell, etc.), and has different events that the player has to make choices in (Sock will have options to annoy Jonathan, or to be nice to him).
The game's story takes place over the course of a month.