Want to be able to have switches on the ground detect objects that are placed on them? :kaopride:
This tutorial is originally from Rpgmaker.net and will teach you how to have objects like boxes or boulders activate a switch on the ground when placed upon them. It's fairly simple so a basic...
Here I converted it for you, so you can just read through the common events and work it out how you want to :kaopride: if you find any bugs let me know, and ill sort it out.:rock-right: Gonna work on my own you might like that one when you see it. :cutesmile:
I have a quick question, I was editing a bunch of 2003 Chipsets with MV/XP/VX tiles that were converted, i just wanted to check if as long as you/I own the makers it's possible to use them regardless of which engine you use them in.
Found some Old Resources I Know 2003 Users will love!!!
A the link will be shared as well to the resources.
It may be from the old style, but it still has people using RPG Maker 2000/3. This blog is a little old, has Faces, Charachip, Pictures, and GameOvers good quality and different styles...
Another tutorial found an brought over to be available for all RPG 2003 users!!
1st Step - Creating the "Mother" Event
- Let's say that in a forest there is a bonfire, but you don't know how to make the sound of the bonfire lower the volume or increase according to the...
Hello, again guys!!:cutesmile: Its been too long, Just thought I'd drop by and post a tutorial on how to use your custom message boxes
In your very own RPG Maker 2003 Games!!:rock-left::guffaw::rock-right:.
These are the X and Y numbers to get the Message boxes to different positions.
Oh no. That moment when you try to fix something you modified in your game, like, a year ago but didn't want to fix then, and you now have no idea what you even did. Me right now, trying to figure out why my gold window is over stretched?
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! What are you thankful for? I'm thankful that I no longer have PTSD, and that I get to enjoy a good meal with my mom and stepdad! It might not be the same as before COVID, but at least I still get to enjoy the holiday!