You know the drill, it's Thursday, and that means new RPG Maker resource packs! This week we have a new background image collection, plus an entire soundtrack of battle music!
Have you been hoping for some more background options from the Eberouge Background Image collection? If so, you’re in luck! Five Happiness is back with another set of 28 background images to help you put your players right into the scenes! Modeled like locations in a 90s 3D game, the images’ unique style can make your game’s world stand out.
This pack’s 24 unique backgrounds cover a range of interior and exterior locations that could work in a fantasy or school-themed game. Have your players attend a school where the classes are varied, with a science classroom with glass beaker and test tubes lining the shelves, an art room with paintings and sculptures strewn about, and even a potions class with herbs hanging from the rafters and a human skull next to glass bottles! Or use the image with a slightly open door during a scene where your hero overhears someone plotting to murder the king! If your hero needs a break from being inside, then the park backgrounds with their well-kept lawns and stone fountain offer a great backdrop while they relax.
Some of the backgrounds also have a second version, with different lighting or weather to best fit the scene. Have your players walk down a tree-lined dirt path during a sunny day on their way to school in one scene, and then have them bump into their crush on the same path when it’s dark and pouring, and they’re drenched to the bone. Or have a castle’s rotunda be extra bright due to sunlight streaming in through windows on a special day.
These backgrounds match the style in previous Eberouge Background Image packs, so you can expand your world even more with them all! If you’ve been looking for some new backgrounds, or have just been wanting to expand your Eberouge collection, make sure to check out Eberouge Background Image Pack 4!
Get your players’ blood pumping with MUSE FANTASIA Battle Music Vol. 1! CarrotWine has crafted a pack with 17 BGMs focused on battles, with high energy tunes to keep you on your toes during a fight.
4 different songs for normal battles give you options to keep battles from feeling stale, with one focusing more on electric riffs and another perfect for facing off against fantasy creatures with cheerful flute playing. For your deadly boss battles, make sure to pick the tunes that stress the danger with racing melodies and dramatic beats. This pack also has a few songs for those rare moments your heroes get to relax in a town’s tavern, with slow piano chords perfect for the end of the day or chipper strings to celebrate making it back to town in one piece!
Also included are 14 MEs to make sure even the ends of your battles sound awesome. Use one of the upbeat fanfares when you level up or win the battle, or let your players know just how bad their loss was with slow and melancholic MEs.
So get ready to give your battles some upbeat tunes with MUSE FANTASIA Battle Music Vol. 1 today!
If you spend some time on our boards, you will sooner or later come across the mysterious term parallax mapping and find out, that some people might swear, that parallax mapping is the one true way for a good looking game. While you shouldn't blindly follow advice like that, today we are going to look at parallax mapping.