Thursday comes around again, and time for more new releases. This week, we're hitting you with two packs perfect for setting up scenes, from dynamic event pictures to emotional music.
Add some character-focused scenes to your game with Eberouge Event Picture Pack 3! Five Happiness is bringing us a nostalgia-filled pack to help bring your cutscenes to life with 38 pictures inspired by Eberouge.
This pack includes 13 full screen stills to take your cutscenes to the next level. Help your players connect with your characters with close-ups suiting all sorts of scenes. Show your character’s sillier side when they’re outside playing with a fantastical animal, or have a first meeting with a studious girl in an old library. Set up a fancy museum exhibit scene with a girl looking at paintings before handing control over to the player to explore, and make gym class more interesting in your game by including some outdoor running scenes.
And if you have been looking for some old-school character pictures, this pack has you covered! Each scene comes with character-only options so you can put the characters wherever you want. Take your smug fencer from inside a gym and put him in the middle of a busy competition in front of adoring fans, or give your well-dressed love interest a break from a fancy gala and meet her in the courtyard.
This pack matches Eberouge’s other amazing packs, giving you even more options for your story’s cutscenes. If your game has been crying out for some 90s-style stills or you’ve just been waiting for the next Eberouge pack, then check out Eberouge Event Picture Pack 3!
Give your modern game’s emotional scenes the music they deserve with Visual Novel Music Vol 2! This pack contains 25 incredible BGM tracks that cover a variety of moods, making it easy to find the right song for each of your scenes. Enhance your game with some carefully crafted melodies and bring your story to life with the right tune!
Get your players pumped to play with an energetic theme on the starting screen, and have your players’ heads bob along with cheery pipes and electronic beats while they explore your game’s city streets. Give your sillier scenes a fitting background track with a focus on trumpets and other brass instruments without it getting too out of control.
Bring a serious mood to your battles or give the metal club your player has to sneak into the right vibe with ripping electric guitar riffs and a beat heavy track. An angelic choir and organ mixed with a synth tune could find a home in all sorts of scenes, from hiding out in a church to the introduction of the villain's true motivation. Or have your characters share secrets with each other while some relaxing plucked strings play, and wrap up an emotional ending with a music box-inspired melody.
Each song comes in both m4a and Ogg file formats, so it’s easy to drop them right into your game’s scene that’s been begging for a fitting tune! Give your game the upbeat music it’s been craving, pick up Visual Novel Music Vol 2 today!
Whenever I start a new project, my first thought when seeing the world map tiles is “Nah, I won’t need that here”... if I want a world map, I’d probably parallax it to have it really fit the world I have in mind. But on the other hand, it’s a shame to just neglect these neat tiles, even if you don’t plan on having an actual world map. So let’s have a look at 6 ways to (mis)use these tiles!
For the past month, you’ve been hard at work on your absolute best game, one that will showcase the apex of your skills and the RPG Maker MZ engine. You’ve created assets, worked on maps, and struggled through events. You’ve had many sleepless nights, pushing yourself, your abilities, and your caffeine tolerance to their limits. But now your hard work has paid off…