Discussion in 'RMVX Ace Tutorials' started by Creative Ed, Nov 7, 2013.
from a total newb, thank you very much for this...
Awesome dude, thanks a lot
This is amazing and I thank you for all the work you put into making these little tricks and making the demo for us
Really useful I have learned a lot! Thanks!
Thank you guys for taking the time to leave your feedback, greatly appretiated!
This is a really good tutorial! Thank You!
Thank you very much for making this. I have been trying to make a game and i have been pulling my hair out over resources. Not to mention a load of excellent tutorials. I'm going to learn a lot from these.
I'm glad this project is helping you, good luck with your projects
That 3D map thing looks super-interesting. I have a map that shows the player progression between levels, it would be very useful there. Your demo set-up is really easy to understand and pedagogical!
Wow! As someone who's starting with RMVXace, this is one amazing tutorial set! Thank you so much for this! ^_^ They are indeed very helpful in making one's game beautiful
Amazing! It totally blew my mind. This should be pinned on this forum's first page. The tips shared here will never lose relevance.
Thank you so much for making this!
Thank you guys so much for leaving your comments, means a lot!
This is fabulous! I've used RPG Maker VX Ace for a long time now, but everything in here still helps me. Thank you so much!
These are really great effects, very useful stuff. I'm also coming off a looong hiatus and it feels like being a newbie again, so seeing how straightforward eventing these are is especially nice! Thank you for sharing!
I just used your orbs and water to make an absolutely beautiful glade for my main storyline. Wonderful stuff. Thank you.
I'm so glad that I found this, this is just amazing and extremely helpful, it's kinda sad that you stopped working on this but still this is more than plenty and help my project a lot!!!! I just can't describe how thankful I am right now lol!
Thank you all so much! It's really good to know this demo is helping a lot of people and it's awesome you all took the time to leave a reply! Thank you!
I didn't know what more to add back then and it felt complete. I'm thinking about opening a youtube channel with tutorials of this kind though
please do it, it would be very helpful XD
Is it possible to make the light source mobile without having to turn to some kind of script? I'd like to do something like that for the project I'm working on.
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