Mark Damon Hughes: Hephaestus Copyright © 2001-2003 by Mark Hughes <firstname.lastname@example.org> Version 2.04, released 2010Mar18 Hephaestus is a freeware computer role-playing game construction kit (often called an "RPG maker"). A map editor is included, and scripting is done in the Java programming language. Hephaestus is written in Java, and therefore runs on every platform.
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