Cleric, script kiddie and fudanshi
- May 6, 2017
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Even if you stuff your visual novel with minigames and branching paths, the player can still consider it kinda "static", if you know what I mean. Letting them move around a bit can solve things, though.
An extension providing support for a basic side-scrolling view.
Check the Official Visual Novel Maker Guide.
How to use
- I prepared an example scene which uses Harold from RPG Maker MV as character: give them a look to understand how to use the extension's common events.
- I had to use RMMV's resources because VNM's StAR does not provide traditional walking sprites. Still, don't worry: due to Degica's partnership with KADOKAWA, this is perfectly fine.
- Actually, RMMV uses a top-down POV: real side-scrolling POV is a bit different.
- Even if this extension has not many uses on its own, once the devs add a viewport selection to the "Show Image Map" scene command you'll be able to use it for point'n'click stuff, such us investigations etc.
- Alternatively, you can script a new version of "Show Image Map" on your own.
@Kentou was the one who answered to all of my questions in the Support section.
This extension follows MIT License: you can use it (in both commercial and non-commercial games), copy it, modify it, merge it, publish it, distribute it, sublicense it and/or sell it, but insert
Copyright (c) 2018 FoxySeta
in your credits.
- Fixed animations' frame range problem
- Official release