The Preorders for RPG Maker MZ started this week, and we announced a whole lot of new resource packs in bundles along with it, and that is the opposite of cursed. But let's fix that, enter the Cursed Kingdoms artist collab series! A whole series of packs made to work together.
The first part of the Cursed Kingdoms release is the Cursed Kingdoms Dungeon Tiles! This pack includes the tiles and other resources you need to make a dark and twisted dungeon. Plus a new windowskin, 3 NPC walking sprites, and a variety of monster sprites!
The second part of the Cursed Kingdoms Collab, Animations Collection: Cursed Kingdoms is here to spice up your battles with dark and sinister attacks. 32 different Animations, 10 physical, 18 skill, and 4 full screen will make your heroes and villain attacks drip with menace.
And for the final part of the Cursed Kingdoms series this week, Cursed Kingdoms Battlebacks enter the scene! A collection of 11 upper backgrounds, and 9 lower backgrounds, your eerie dungeon you made with the Cursed Kingdoms Dungeon Tiles will also have the eerie battle scenery to match!
And for our Deal of the Week, the Medieval Fantasy Weapons Pack is 10% off!
Now that RPG Maker MZ is out there, there are probably people out there that might have wished for a different style for the character sets. Don’t get me wrong, the chibis are cute and enable people to have a good workflow when creating them, but especially for games with more serious undertones, people could want something with different proportions. Today we have two artists to be featured and some additional honorable mentions!
Today we are going to have a closer look at characters – or charsets, sprites or character sets, as some people call them. There are some common misconceptions about how they work and some traps people run into, so we will use this chance to make sure they don‘t happen to you anymore!