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!
It’s time to check out some more MZ plugins, and today’s creator we’re focusing on is Eliaquim! With plugins that make life easier for us as devs by giving us a way to change experience requirements for actors and plugins that can make our players feel like adventurers as they uncover a mysterious map, Eliaquim’s plugins are exciting to explore.
This week we’re diving back into MZ plugins with a look at Galv! Galv has been around making scripts and plugins for years, and now is creating for MZ. With a selection that includes audio and visual effects, on map changes, and event utilities, Galv’s got something for every type of game.
Space may be huge, but there’s no reason it can’t be full of cool things! Dororo is here to help our sci-fi games reach for the stars and explore unknown planets. With modular planets, shattered asteroids, and even some ships, we’ve got exactly what we need to bring space to life!
For everyone who loves adding more depth to your battles, this is the highlight for you. Fomar0153 has been making MZ plugins that give us all sorts of new battle options, from adding global battle events to giving party members new ways to learn skills to even throwing extra weapons at the enemy!
This week we’re taking a look at another prolific plugin maker, Casper Gaming! Casper Gaming’s MZ plugins cover a lot of different facets of development, from giving us a way to easily put our developer info onto the title screen with his CGMZ Game Info plugin to adding in brand new scenes like his CGMZ Encyclopedia and Bestiary! Casper Gaming has a bunch of plugins ready for us to use, so let’s take a closer look at some of them.
Now that RPG Maker MZ is out there, there are probably people out there that might have wished for a different style for the character sets. Don’t get me wrong, the chibis are cute and enable people to have a good workflow when creating them, but especially for games with more serious undertones, people could want something with different proportions. Today we have two artists to be featured and some additional honorable mentions!
In this week’s Resource Highlight, we’re jumping into the world of plugins! Sometimes you just want MZ to do something different than its default, and that’s where plugins come into play. From easily letting your players know what they found in a chest to creating battle action sequences that would put suplexing a train to shame, Visustella’s plugins give you a great place to start building the game of your dreams.