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ThePerm:
I hadn't worked on anything for a long time, but I got back around to it

here's a screenshot

Phil:
Wow! That looks mighty interesting, ThePerm!

I forgot about this thread, so thanks for bumping it and with a great screenshot, too!

I've been hard at work on my RPG Maker MV game, Legends of Adrigal. I made a new area, which is about 7-10 hours into the game.

https://twitter.com/SP_Central/status/1353021675114287104

Also, made an event in my game that serves as a waterfall puzzle of sorts.

https://twitter.com/SP_Central/status/1351971000641064960

I hope posting Twitter links is acceptable, as it's easier for me than uploading them to a different site completely (especially a video like the last tweet has).

Order.RSS:

--- Quote from: Phil on January 23, 2021, 11:58:49 AM ---I've been hard at work on my RPG Maker MV game, Legends of Adrigal. I made a new area, which is about 7-10 hours into the game.
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Wow that's a sprawling map Phil, and kudos for waterfall secrets. Always a bummer when games don't do that.
How much of this is original work? Do you use pre-made tiles/textures/sprites? Are the character portraits and dialogue entirely self-made, or is there a database you can use? And the music? Seems like tons of work if you're making a 10 hour game!

I've never used RPG Maker, so hopefully these aren't dumb questions If there's a big library of assets and music to pull from, which you rearrange on maps and supplement with your own dialogue, I can see this being a good entry level into game creation.

Phil:
Oh, those aren't dumb questions at all!

I'm using custom sprites I made for the heroes (but not things like that boulder--save for my boulder edit for when the boulder is submerged in water), custom monster designs, my own music I composed, dialogue is all mine, but things like tilesets are either from other creators who allow their work to be used in others' games or the already made tilesets that come with RPG Maker MV.

And yeah, it's a great tool to get the basics of game creation, but also something that can be rather complicated depending on what one is trying to set out to do.  ;D

ThePerm:
Whats the deal with this version? I used to fiddle around with RPG Maker 95 in the 90s. Those screen shots from 3 years ago I used the rpgmaker95 tile set.

I want to turn what I've been working into a tool. We could collab.

https://soundcloud.com/user-356338702/ghost-song

I made this song too.

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