- Sep 24, 2015
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Thank you all for your feedback, it is much appreciated. There are things that we have yet to implement, of course, but early feedback is a great way to point the path we should walk.
The whole HUD can be completely hidden when outside battle, as shown in the video (the HUD is absent in the first part of the video and I toggled it a couple of times after the battle), by simply pressing a button. If the player wants to see more of the background, he or she can hide the HUD completely. However, it is necessary to have that kind of HUD outside battle to get a quick grasp on things that we will implement later on.That UI look good in battle but i feel like it doesn't really useful outside of battle or even take up screen's space.
I am very glad you appreciate our design, the reason why we have a "get rid of the stigma" tag is exactly because we want to propose something that is different from usual RPG Maker games, something that has a unique vibe to it and can really stand out. We think that RPG Maker is a great engine and can be used to make great games, much better than what the common knowledge would depict them. One of our goals is to change the way RPG Maker games are seen outside of RM communities. I know it is ambitious and we both know that we have to put a lot of effort to achieve that, but it is definitely one of our goals.It is an interesting design! I've never seen anybody do this in VXA.
This is something that we will definitely keep in mind, we might be able to implement some simple animation to make enemies feel more real. I doubt we will implement anything too complex, but something to move enemies up and down a few pixels just to make them feel alive is definitely something within reach. I want to express my thanks to both of you for reporting this.I agree with the post above with regards to the animated enemies. It's a little static, so maybe a few frames or even a "breathing" effect would bring it to life more.
Thanks a lot for your encouraging words, they are more useful than anyone could imagine. Reading something like this really makes us want to continue working on this even more.Looking very promising on all fronts.