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not necessarily since i know there were rpgmaker03 projects that look very similiar, though don't know if some actually got finished. They look similiar to that gba game buu's fury or something.
 

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DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS, it will first make you install zango and trust me on this you dont want that **** on your comp, trust me look at their wikapedia page, it says it shows you pop ups when brosing the internet,and acts like spyware.

edit dang it ninjad

from the wikapedia article
Federal Trade Commission charges and settlement

On January 23, 2006, a public advocacy group filed two official complaints with the Federal Trade Commission. The Center for Democracy and Technology complaints charge 180solutions with engaging in unfair and deceptive business practices, deliberately duping Internet users into downloading intrusive advertising software.[17]

In 2006, the Federal Trade Commission charged Zango with "Deceptive Failure to Disclose Adware", "Unfair Installation of Adware", and "Unfair Uninstall Practices" in violation of the Federal Trade Commission Act.[18] Since the FTC ruling, security researchers continue to find Zango involved in problematic installs.

In November 2006, Zango settled this complaint via a consent decree with the FTC, without formally admitting guilt. In the words of the Federal Trade Commission press release, "Zango, Inc., formerly known as 180solutions, Inc., one of the world’s largest distributors of adware, and two principals have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they used unfair and deceptive methods to download adware and obstruct consumers from removing it, in violation of federal law. The settlement bars future downloads of Zango’s adware without consumers’ consent, requires Zango to provide a way for consumers to remove the adware, and requires them to give up $3 million in ill-gotten gains."[19] These restrictions remain in force for twenty years. The agreement also requires respondents Keith Smith and Daniel Todd to notify the FTC of the discontinuance of their current business or employment, or of their affiliation with any new business or employment, for ten years.[20]

In July 2007, Edelman said, "Zango continues numerous practices likely to confuse, deceive, or otherwise harm typical users as well as practices specifically contrary to Zango's obligations under its November 2006 settlement with the FTC."[21]
and the game recap does sound like a load of bull
perfect battle system
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and if i remember right this is the same company that combined the Zango with smily central.
 
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