RMMV Chicken Match

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Just some mini-game chicken fun. I started this as a joke, and also because I needed something to test my grid battle logic. But mostly a joke.

Though after I started using it to build my features, it actually seemed kind of entertaining.

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So the idea revolves around the idea of "matching chickens", currently by swapping chickens with other chickens.

A match is defined to be 3 or more chickens of the same "type" which is represented by their color.

What happens when they match? Well, different things could happen.

- Maybe they go poof and then new ones are added to the grid, or
- Maybe new ones don't get added to the grid, or
- Maybe they just light up some tiles

I'm thinking of having different kinds of game modes, each with different objectives and gameplay.

The video at the top shows a "light up" mode where you try to light up all the tiles by matching chickens. I will be adding a timer and a "move tracker" eventually to assign points.

If there's other types of game modes that might seem cool, feel free to leave some feedback!
 

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But I offer a game of throwing a chicken. For example, you make chicken. With two tables, the first square is a chicken coop that changes color. The second table has a limited number of chickens for throwing and throws them on the first table to blast them all. I want to blow up the chicken
 

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But I offer a game of throwing a chicken. For example, you make chicken. With two tables, the first square is a chicken coop that changes color. The second table has a limited number of chickens for throwing and throws them on the first table to blast them all. I want to blow up the chicken
Throwing mechanic might be quite complex. I'll keep that in mind though, since there are physics libraries that could make the throwing more realistic
 

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I love those matching games ^^ I am Bejeweled a lot! But nice to see your work back. I think we never have enough of those games and good someone can do them from RPGM engines. ^^
 

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Wow, you are really energize coders. You come up one plugin and another plugin really quickly. Great Job! Thank you, I am really interested in this game.
 

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