Get ready for some old-school art and some modern music, this week we’ve got two packs that’ll help make your cutscenes better than ever!
Take a journey back to the 90s with Eberouge Event Picture Pack 2! Five Happiness is back with another collection of 37 images to improve your cutscenes, perfect for fans of the game Eberouge and people in need of some cute school scenes.
This pack’s full background images can add that 90s style your game has been calling for. Bring gym class to life with an exciting mid-leap still of a basketball game, and up the tension of a hallway argument with a picture of girls ready to face off. Give your camping scene a cheery vibe with a bright blue sky and smiling characters, or remind your players of a certain character’s fears with an image of her freaking out at a bug!
Also included are images of the characters without any backgrounds! Use your own backgrounds and put the characters exactly where you want them to make the scene fit your game.
This pack works perfectly with Five Happiness’ other Eberouge packs, so if you’ve been using those and want to add more to your games, what are you waiting for? Pick up Eberouge Event Picture Pack 2 today and give your cutscenes the art they deserve!
Give your busy cities the right tunes with Modern Day Music Mega Pack Volume 3! Joel Steudler is back at it with another pack of contemporary music to make your modern games sound perfect. Incredible BGMs, MEs, and SFXs are here to flesh out your present-day worlds!
20 BGMs cover a range of styles, from the high-energy synth of ‘Neon Dreaming’ to the emotional strings of ‘Autumn Dreams’. Give your sad scenes the right music with the somber strings and piano of ‘Remembering Hurts’’. Once the sadness has faded and only anger remains, set the mood with squealing electric guitars in ‘Djentlemen’ and the furious beats of ‘Sicker Business’.
This pack isn’t just music tracks though! 15 MEs and 25 SFXs are ready to add that special touch some scenes call for. Choose some jazzy jingles for scenes that could use some sax, or use one of the metal riffs to introduce a cool character. SFXs include glasses and dishware to bring some life to your kitchens as well as water pouring and even a washing machine rumblings fit for a bathroom. For games that lean more towards horror, rusty squeaks and radio static could work well to worry your players.
Each file comes in both m4a and Ogg formats, so they’re ready to use in your RPG Maker games.
This week our releases are perfect for supporting two of the iconic RPG Maker styles: Creepy Horror with evil silhoutte monsters from Tyler Warren, and Old School Classic with some retro tunes from Joel Steudler! Let's take a look.