The Zarken Defender has very high Defense, so you need to find a way to reduce it before you get knocked out of the battle. If you don't have Defense-reducing items/weapons yet, you need to go find them elsewhere first. Or maybe, you already have a few.
You can do this without relying on Yanfly.
First, have the skill apply a state to the enemy you hit. Also apply immortality (resist knockout).
Then, have the skill also activate a common event. Make sure this is ordered after the states.
Next, in the common event, check all enemies that are...
From my experience, the average player ignores buffs in general, regardless of their impact on the game. Sure, veterans like us might see their benefit very clearly when the damage numbers rise a great deal, but you cannot assume that most people are veteran strategists. Don't forget that a lot...
The boat is not in a town. The boat is on the world map, South of the Myssia, the town where Lilli joined you. It's right there, you can't miss it. That is, unless you rode the boat somewhere else and forgot about it.
It was a long time ago (17 years, in fact!), and I don't think it's worth it. There's not much story in the original, and the reason why it was memorable was because of its ambitious nature. Back then, with PSX RPGMaker, there were barely any games that constructed its own battle system using...
An RPG where every little detail matters.
Attack the wrong foes, and you will be struck back.
Miss a detail, and the lore will remain cryptic.
Overlook a strategy, and the boss will kill you.
Meticulously crafted for the most...
Websites like Desura and GOG sell their games DRM-free.
Should I be worried about piracy if I distribute with them?
As a small developer, I think obscurity is more dangerous than piracy, and if the game gets famous, it's going to be pirated anyway.
Still, just want to hear some opinions...
Undertale being such a phenomenon is actually good for RPG Maker games without actually being one. I'm sure it made quite a number of skeptical converts regardless.
Speaking of coding from scratch, I ran across an RPG on Greenlight the other day that is coded from scratch, but uses...
Reading about metaverses recently. I can totally imagine myself in the future, logging in with VR glasses to a virtual beach villa sitting in a virtual chair, with a virtual laptop facing the sea...coding 16-bit RM.