Personally, I usually begin with the database. I decide on what I'm going to use as items, weapons, armors, skills, etc. I'll even do a few animations from time to time. I find the database to be the most tedious place in RPG Maker, so I like to get that done first. It also lets you understand...
Here's my review for Friend. I hope I'm doing these right and I don't sound like a jerk when I write them. Hard to tell emotion through text.
WARNING: There are SPOILERS in my review. I highly recommend playing the game first beforehand.
As part of this forum's "Let's Review Games!" event I have reviewed this game.
For some strange reason, I cannot paste any text into this boxes, so I have attached the review for your...
Here's my review of Crescentia: Harmony of the Moon. I think this game has a lot of potential and should get more attention than it's been getting.
For some strange reason I can't seem to paste my review in the text box, so I have put it up as an attachment for your convenience. I hope it will help you in your future game development endeavors. Have a good day!
For some strange reason, I cannot paste my text into this box as a reply, so I have attached my review for this game for your convenience as part of this forum's "Let's Review Games!" I hope I have provided some good criticism that'll help you in the future.
All the artists on here always share their art, and I wanted to partake in the sharing. I wanted to show off the album art for my game's soundtrack while also showing off this song. I wanted to take a break from all the pianos/strings/jazz. I experimented with some side-chaining techniques to modulate the dub-step like synth.
Crazy idea to help people be more productive. We all upload a photo of someone who is good at nagging, cajoling, guilting, etc. you into doing what you should be doing. Then, after you have posted X amount of times in a defined period, that photo pops up with the text of "Shouldn't you be working on your game?" Just for fun.