Sometimes you want an image bigger than an icon to tell your players what they need to find to complete their quests, like a large flower or a border to help the important info stand out from the map in the background. Luckily Marimo has us covered.
Have you been searching for some retro tiles to create a jail? Do you need some pixelated balloons to bring some extra emotion to your cutscenes? Have you been missing RPG Maker 2003’s hero Alex? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, then it’s time to check out HITAITARO’s dungeon pack!
Finding the right battlers for your game can be tough, especially if your game covers all sorts of locations with many different types of foes. There are only a few sets of battlers that can offer up an expansive collection to choose from, one of which is today’s highlight: Thalzon.
We all love seeing beautiful monster designs, but sometimes it’s tough to find small sets of battlers that all work well together. Many of our games’ battles could use some fun fantasy creatures like living trees, goblins, and dragons, so this week we’re checking out Nemo111’s battler collections!
MZ’s sideview battlers can add extra excitement to your game’s fights, but sometimes their chibi style doesn’t fit with a story’s serious themes. In cases like that you may want battlers with more realistic proportions, which is why today we’ll be checking out Low’s incredible drawn battlers!
HUDs aren’t a common thing in RPG Maker games, but they can add a useful bit of info for players. Finding decent HUD graphics can sometimes be tough though, so this week let’s check out SmashArtist’s works, which includes all sorts of HUD elements along with a variety of other neat resources.
We have talked a lot about additional styles here, and our store has some excellent choices for new styles. Vexed’s Pop! Horror city for example, is a very popular and expertly designed new graphic style that you could make your game in. But what if you want… more? There are of course the addons for it in the store, but also, you can head to the forums to find some user created content!
Finding new enemies for battles can be tough, and when you do find a fun battler design there’s the chance that the creator hasn’t made more in that style… But that’s not a problem this week! For this Resource Spotlight we’re focusing on an artist whose unique style and ever-expanding collection of battlers makes their thread an awesome place to explore: ShadowHawkDragon!
Battlers with quirky variations and more options for attack animations are perfect additions to our games to give us more ways to make our battles more than just ‘spam attack to win!’. So it’s great to find that Nowis-337 has shared both battlers and animations that can help make our battles more interesting!