Sephiloud

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About Sephiloud

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  • Birthday 03/20/1988

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  • Skype ssm1011
  • Twitter @Amphigeets

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  • Gender Male
  • Location The World
  • Interests Drawing, Writing, and (of course) my most pasionate interest, Video Games. Why else would I use RPGMaker?
  • Primarily Uses RMVX
  • First Language English
  1. With all these features you guys are suggesting, I'd be HAPPY to pay a lot of money for this! Battle System and Menu editors that do not require heavy scripting would be fantastic. And, even though it probably isn't possible, SOME way to play rpgmaker games on a smartphone or some other mobile device...
  2. I honestly don't see any problem wih selling a game. I have not sold (or released) any of my own, but that doesn't mean I wont. The only obstacle I can see with selling a game is resourcess. Usin the defualt sprites isn't the smartest route. Making one from scratch is difficult, but using someone elses and then making money from it isn't a smart route either.The same can be applied to the games music, and that can be even harder to create then sprites. But, if the game is 100% original, then there shouldn't be a problem in making some money off of it...
  3. Event System Support (EXPERT USERS ONLY!)

    I'm having a little troublew with an NPC here... ALright, so once you start the game, you'll end up in a house, and you'll be standing in front of a desk. On the other side, is an old man who says somethings and then promptly walks over and standins on the other side, simply looking at you for the rest of the cutscene. Once you regain control, the player leaves the house (becuase at this point there's nothing better you can do), but if you go back inside, the NPC is standing away from the desk, back where he was when the cutscene started. Anyway I can fix this?