I introduced "booby trap" as another indirect way to fight supernatural threats in the game.
But, some of my players are using it to blow up random citizens on the street.
Not sure how "creative" they can go with it.
A music player with all the RMXP's pitch up/down functions.
I can't find any public domain music to play with.
So, I am using Trump's speech just to make fun. In theory, it can make nightcore/anti-nightcore versions of any audio files very easily.
And, you don't really need to dump all the audios into the game's bgm folder.
Working on a case. Get all the evidence to prosecute some bad guys.
But, the game development schedule delayed.
The moral of the story: No good deed goes unpunished... I guess...
Except that, nothing to see here.
The Dark Toon art style is now available as Steam branches. (Both for the main game and the demo)
There are 2 versions. One only affects combat, cutscene, and portraits. The other one changes more.
So, technically, the game now has 7 versions on steam.
Time to add the support for import/export default RMXP maps. Maybe there will be customized tileset support later. In theory, I can reimplement the entire RMXP inside this RMXP-made game to make more RMXP games.
Certainly, later engines may have more autotiles in one tileset than RMXP. But, that's an illusion. I can just turn it all autotiles into normal tileset and use a script to automatically adjust. And, the size of RMXP's tileset is unlimited.
…So I was looking at a question someone had asked and did some related experimentation. Apparently the Jump… movement route command works like the ultimate through. Including letting you move around outside the confines of the map entirely.
Okay so today I heard the dumbest theory I have heard in a loooooooong while. It's so stupid I just have to share... Appearantly I have learned to draw 'hot chicks' so that 'real men' get physically excited by looking at it and I can then swoop in and 'turn' them.... Wow... Just... Amazing how some brains works...
What the writer wrote: "The curtain is blue."
The readers: "There must be a hidden meaning behind this, perhaps to convey the character emotions ...".
What the writer has in mind: "The curtain is frickin' blue".