Moving background Hotline Miami Like

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Hello, I'm currently doing a game Hotline Miami Rpg like Spin off.
And I was searching for a background script that could help but had no luck.
It would be awesome if someone help me.
 

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it would really help if you describe what you want instead of saying "like unknown game XY" without even providing a link to the game.
 

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@Andar I looked it up and this is what I could find:
However, I still don't know exactly what (T_T)

@DadaBandit I hope you don't mind, but could you please provide more details on what exactly you are wanting to achieve for your game? It would help a lot if you could do that for everyone =)
 

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the kind of effect you see
OK, the trees are basically a double parallax with distortion to simulate a 3D movement - or simply a fixed fullsize animation. And the text is also either a fixed animation (likely for the title) or an text effect script (likely for the menu points).

getting them done will not be easy, because the RM's default parallax has only one direction and can't be used for this.

Your best chance would be either an animated title screen script where the different title screens used in the animation simulate the effect, or using a skip title script and have a map where you use an event with a lot of cycling show pictures to get that effect.

there is no way to create the effect directly because VXA has a closed-source graphics library that can't be accessed directly.
 

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