- Jun 30, 2012
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So if anyone's been wondering how I've been doing my videos, I basically use pre-title events to create a splash screen. This video looks like it's just an intro and I forgot the actual contents and skipped straight to the ending, but in fact that's the goal of the plugin.
The splash screen takes place on a map, so literally you can do whatever you want as part of your splash screen. You can run around. Talk to events. Do a whole intro scene.
The only thing that you need to do is make a script call to go to the actual title scene afterwards.
Splash Screen Mode vs Title Screen Mode
In splash-screen mode, the pre-title event only occurs once. So if they "return to title screen", they won't see the splash-screen again until they exit the game and restart.
However, if you decide to turn it into your actual title, then they'll see the pre-title event whenever they go to the title.
If you decide to event your own title screen, though, you'll have to make script calls to replicate the New Game and Continue functions. But other than that, you have full control over how your title screen, or splash screen, will function.
Get it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt2q76JZwa0RPG Maker MV gives you a nice title screen, but it doesn't give you much control over what should happen before the game goes to the title screen.F
Compatible with MV and MZ.