I've just finished my game that I've been working on for three months ,now I wanted to export the game from the rpgmaker mv software to be able to upload it on steam as a paid game , how to do that ?
I've just completed my first game ,I've been working on it for three months ,and I'll put it on steam soon .I really want to thank all of those who helped me and answering my (silly)questions specially @Andar thanks man XD ,actually this is really supportive community ...even if my game didn't...
when I click on the guard button in the battle ,it applies damage to the enemy and kills it with in one hit!!!! ....I want to edit this (Guard) ,How and where to edit it or just delete this button ??????? (Picture down)
I was editing my Alternate menu screen by deleting the gold window section in the rpg_scene Folder (picture is shown down) , then when I tested the game to see the changes in the menu an error appeared (picture also shown) .....PLEASE HELP ,I worked hard for this project .
I am trying to create a battle but some problems faced me while creating it :
The battle background I chose don't appear when the "battle process" ,so the background becomes the map itself like in the picture!
when the enemy attack it always attack with zero damage
Please help me solve...
I wanted to put a torch that have have fire animation ,so I used the default blue torch as in the picture ,but the there was no animation it acted like a normal object
Note: the default blue torch has a three frames animation ,I put the torch as an event .
thanks in advance .
I wanted to make a scene with a Sunset atmosphere ,but the sunset given in the tintscreen option is too sketchy (like orange filter) ,do anyone knows what is the right RGB to put to give the right atmosphere of real sunset or more like it ??????
I have a specialized class on intellectual property this semester (on Patent and Trademarks, Copyrights is next semester). Only had a quick overview of that in previous business law classes. I'll be able to help more people here when it comes to knowing what to do and your rights for intellectual property!