Discussion in 'Community Announcements and Events' started by Touchfuzzy, Jan 24, 2016.
1 is usually unsatisfied, and 10 is completely satisfied.
Done complete the survey.
Thanks for the advice Shin kitsune.
And finished with the survey myself.
done and shared
Done, put down that I wanted them to include the database in MV as transfering files is annoying.
I added my 2 cents~ I don't know if it's too late now, but a future survey may want to ask for the engine being most or currently used by the participant. I specified that I'm answering with Ace in mind, but it'd probably be easier for those reviewing the answers to have it bundled together. It was fun, though!
(Mentioned Database search as a feature - PLEASE consider this! It'd improve usability/workflow with organization and sounds like it'd be extremely easy to implement)
I've completed the survey too.
Filled in everything right on my opinion
Would love to see resource manager from Ace and and mapping from XP! c:
Done. If the deveopers really intend to use this data to make the next RM even better then I applaud you. MV is great but there is still many things where the next RM can do even better! ...I hope next RM will have backwards compability with RM plugins though...
I think RPG Maker should be compared to your experience. If you have experience with other engines, then that is part of your experience. I don't want to say much more, because I don't want to influence anyone's input.
I do want to thank everyone who has submitted though, and anyone who submits in the future.
Also, yes, 1 is worst, 10 is best.
As probably everyone else, I love being asked about things I'm passionate about. Keep the surveys coming!
Done. I think it'd be a good idea to keep the surveys coming. I'll answer as many as I can
I hate that I always think of something after I do a survey, but I'd really like there to be a "Wait for Player Input" command to eventing rather than just "Wait x frames" in MV. I forgot how much I needed that until I started working on my game this afternoon.
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