I'm currently making a Point-n-click type horror/detective game and realised, that some puzzles and items might be too hard to solve/find in a detailed map.
In many games in the "solve a crime/mystery" genre, there's a function to find clickable objects and I was wondering if...
It's been a long time since I posted here and since I had the time to work on tilesets. But somehow my creativity came back and I decided to give it a try.
There's not much yet, but I want to do more and expand this thread. :smile:
I mixed some RTP...
After a long time I decided to try to make my own RTP edit based tilesets. Not only for my games, but also for this awesome community, after I have benefited from your generosity so many times.
Feel free to use my edits in both non-commercial and commercial games. Credits...
New pet peeve: Telling tech support personnel what something is doing, only for them to tell me (in excessively condescending tones) what it should be doing. Yes, I know what it should be doing, and if it was doing that, I wouldn’t be talking to you and your attitude problem about it right now, would I? >.<
The rules I makes pun about on your last thread is about "Verify Files" before anything else, if the stuff comes from STEAM. Which means, if it could be fixed with just that, there is no need to redownload the whole stuff.
But glad the reinstall worked, hope you enjoy it and your days too.