Our first release day of February and we're here to expand the MZ Generator and your soundtrack! Let's take a look at our two new packs!
A fan of the MZ character generator, but feel there aren't enough parts? Well look no further: The Heroine Character Generator series is making it's way to MZ starting with pack 7!
All of the pieces of the 7th pack have been reformatted to work perfectly with the RPG Maker MZ character generator! 20 sets of clothes, 9 accessories, 2 sets of wings, a pair of glasses, 5 new front hairs, 5 new rear hairs and 5 new eye shapes combine to create countless new combinations for your heroines and female NPCs.
Dragon Horns and Wings, beautiful combs, goat horns, this pack has all kinds of cool pieces to fill your latest game with unique characters.
For those of you who enjoyed JRPG and Fantasy Music Vol.1 and need more or those of you, who are looking for some amazing and atmospheric tracks, here is JRPG and Fantasy Music Vol. 2.
Each of the twenty tracks covers a different part of your game. From “Generic Battle” - which is exactly what you expect, though still cool enough people will run into monsters just to hear it - to the soft and sad “Alone”, a broad range of tones and atmospheres are covered.
Tracks like “Tiny Hero World” with its calm flute tones and relaxing atmosphere is perfect for a village your characters, or just to relax to while making your game. From dungeons to temples, exploring to cutscenes, puzzles to battles, there is a track for everything, and most tracks can easily fit multiple types of scenes! “Greatness calls me” could be used in an intro, a credit roll, a cutscene, and more. “Oltan Temple” could be the theme of an actual temple or one that plays while you explore an abandoned house or a long forgotten ruin in a cave.
So if you are in for the perfect music to transport the emotional tone of your game to your player, then this is a good place to start.
Additionally, we've done a fix this week to Fantasy Heroine Character 7 this week.
The graphics files in fantasy-heroine-girl butterfly girl in enemies:
Cliffs are something that can make a huge difference on your maps. I don’t know where you live, but if I look out of my window the landscape is far from being flat and so there are probably parts of your game’s world that could benefit from some height differences for the ground - being it some hills or high mountains.