Just a side note: You can't explain more on how to do it since the explanation of the link is everything there is to it. It could only be made easier if steam hadn't removed the "Activate key via api" feature.
Choose the torch image for an event, change the settings of the event to stepping animation and direction fix. Now it will use the 3 frame animation.
To get a light effect you would need an additional plugin.
They never advertised it as more then 1 game icon available. Those there just examples. Or do you want to also have the phone they've shown to be included with the software just because it was used as an example image there? ^^
There is atleast no official one, but in my opinion a text based chat (irc, discord) is a much better way to communicate with each other.
Teamspeak + multiple people talking at the same time = Chaos
Text based chat + multiple people writing at the same time = Chaos but you can re-read stuff ^^
*cough* Expect for the glory Internet Explorer *cough*
Even though who is still using IE except to download another browser? Too bad you can't create a game for windows store because their own browser can't use web audio api ^^ (Same goes for the 3DS and I think the Wii U too :I)
You can't do something like that because a cutscene isn't the same for everyone. There are many different variations of creating your cutscene. With "The same way as in Ace" I was talking about using event commands to decide how the cutscene should work. It's not possible to improve something...
For a local game the files are already there. Therefore it looks if file x is available, if not it will download it (only on browser games), else it will just load that file without the user getting any delay. Browsergames would be able to do this too but it would require a good internet...
um... why didn't anyone tell how easy it is to add motions to Sideview battlers? I literally copied the last one, changed the name and index, said where it should play, and boom... I've got intro motions.
Lately when I listen to 1970s songs, I always think that the "real world" is still at mid 70s. What we experience now is a futuristic dream. With this point of view, even 80s and 90s looks super futuristic.