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Script set up
Hello all! I've been getting back into RPG Maker since the IGMC opened.
I'm trying to have a brief cutscene be my opening for the game. As soon as you'd select "New Game" it would start with a scene of the main character fighting what will be the end boss. There's dialogue and it ends on a...
MushroomCake28's Lauch Scene Opening - version 1.02
When we start up any game produced professionally, there's almost always one or two scenes before getting into the title screen, if not more, often presenting information such as the game director, the studio...
As I was thinking about improving my current project, I realized that I was clearly lacking an introduction. Indeed, for now, the game start with one soldier in a military base, but we don't know much of where he is, or what he is doing. We get an understanding bit by bit, but without specific...
I'm trying to create an opening cutscene for my game (without the player), but every time I test it, it doesn't run well at all. The last time I tried it, the cutscene went well, but then the player didn't show afterwards.
Can anyone help?
Okay. So I wanted to make it so you can "create" your character to play as. There is a total of 72 possible outcomes. I have the script set up so that depending on what choices you make, that certain actor is the one who joins your party, and becomes the "main character". But now I want the...
Hello everyone, welcome to the first demo release for the Opening Of The Word and also my first post, I am new to these forums however the game I am developing is not, I am interested in sharing my game with other people and looking for feedback. This RPG game is available free...
I am adamant about not having missable quests, which means having to write entirely new scenes at each plot progression that takes into account that time and events have passed since the quest could first be accepted while still having there be a quest to solve in the first place. It's worth every second.