We actually finished our demo! I wish I could post it here, but it's only german and translation will need some time.
I am proud, relieved and nervous at the same time but mostly I am just exhausted.
I wouldn't spend half the time wondering why things won't work, if I'd just finally memorize to start a new game, when testing instead of using a save file -_- I lost coun't on how often this happened now.
Being a real business man, the little gnome Shale used to turn up his nose at parties and holidays and such ... until someone told him, he'd get sweets for participating in halloween. Thought today'd be a got time to share a picture of his new hideout
I couldn't figure out how to convert into a GIF while maintaining quality, so it looks like I'd have used my GameBoy Color to record ... but anyway: I present you Rali, our protagonists best friend playing with her pet lizard Hades
It's a common thing to forget eating &drinking while you are working concentrated, right?
If I had discovered RPG-Maker before moving together with my girlfriend, I'd have died of dehydration a long time ago.
I am often just about to give in and ask for help in the forums, when I eventually figure things out myself. Spent almost the whole day with a minor issue, but in the end it's so satisfying that I didn't need to open a thread
Yesterday I discovered that I can copy/paste multiple commands by holding shift. I tried this when I started developing holding ctrl and when it didn't work I just copied every single command one by one. For two years.
When I first heard a song by Nickolas Wolfe I was impressed by his musical skills and I instantly knew he was the perfect fit for the sound I was looking for Eniko: Ghosts Of Grace. The song I first heard was later used in Doirosz Arena in the game. For the launch of the demo version of Eniko next week, Nickolas made a new version of this very meaningful song!
Contemplating an old idea I once had about a fantasy world where elemental manipulation was possible, but combat uses required... creativity. Kinda like ATLA, but far more restricted, with a lot of physics-related realism driving what was possible.