Fog Of War 1.0
Video: example of usage Fog of War plugin with Alpha ABS (Alpha ABS Z) plugins
Plugin allows you add dynamic fog of war on map
Make really difficult dungeons with dynamic fog of war
Hide enemies, traps, treasures and secret paths...
I'm wondering if it's possible to change plugin parameters through event?
If it's possible, how to do it?
This is CityShrimp Fog of War plugin.
So I want to change the player vision range to 6 when certain switch is activated.
I also want to change the true or false parameter through...
This will be a rather lengthy explanation so bear with me!
I've run into a little bit of a problem with the mapping style I've chosen, and I rather not change the style because I've put a lot of time and effort into it (and I think it looks good). The problem is that it's difficult to map rooms...
Hey, some help here folks.
I've a problem I'm not sure how to solve. I'm using the "Show Picture" command to put fog of war over certain parts of the map.
It works fine when I use maps that has the same size as the screen resolution but of course it does not work well with bigger maps since the...
Fog of War System for RPG Maker MV. Includes features such as hidden map, gradient vision, and dynamic adding/removing of light source to create many different types of fog of war. It can also be used to create lighting effects for indoor maps...
This script allows you to control fog of war using region tiles. Each map can assign multiple different regions of fog. Different fog regions are separate from one another.
Script calls are used to show or hide region fog.
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Finally caved and implemented TAA Spider's book plugin. What little I lost in terms of aesthetic for the drawn books and notes, this more than makes up for in legibility, organization, and that sweet, sweet update text feature.
Micro rant. The worst part of working from home when you live with your family is seeing how inconsiderate they are. "Hey, you're sitting in front of your computer, that means you're not doing anything! I want to put the TV at 200 decibels!"
If I was working in the office would you still talking me like that?