The Screenshot Topic Returns

Thanks for the fix, guys. :P

This is a little embarrassing, but can someone give me some tips on making this building looks more interesting? I didn't know what to do so I just made it a typical bland and generic building. XD

What are you thinking about right now?

It's been 3 weeks and I still haven't received a call for a job interview. T__T

Aw man, this shuckusu... :(

What are you thinking about right now?

I hate you, parallel parking. :|

The Screenshot Topic Returns

OK, so I edited the map and cut back the cluster mess of plants. But there's another issue: the player can actually go through the car tile. The car is an event tile, so you can't go through the middle part of it. How should I fix this? :O

Hero/ine has to save another cat on the other side of the road. Whilst crossing it, he/she has to avoid the moving cars. Kinda like these really old-school games we had back in the day. xD

As a mini game, that might work. But what about during normal situation? :P

VX Ace: Is the VL Gothic Font an Eyesore?

I might be alone on this one, but I find the default font to be easy on the eye, and simple enough to work. Some custom fonts I've seen are really painful to look at, so I still prefer the default one, at least for now. :P

What are you thinking about? (game development edition)

Where do you guys get the battlebacks for your games? Are they custom made or do you just take a picture of the current map and use them for the background? :O

This went on unnoticed. :(

By the way, do RPGs necessarily need to have critical hits?

The Screenshot Topic Returns

Looks way better IMO...

Then I guess I'll take that tileset. Phew, I thought I'd have to find something else. :P

I'd say it's actually OK. Otherwise you couldn't have NPCs at all in the sidewalks without the player having to step into the road to avoid them which, I think you'll agree, defies common sense and is dangerous from a realistic point of view (which is the one you've used for your suggestions too)

Realistically you'd step into the grass. Or squeeze next to them in the space of a single tile, something non-chibi-proportioned humans are capable of doing.

I really don't like that. For a city that's supposed to be big, having a one tile sidewalk and limited to just having either an NPC or you walking is really weird. Since we're on the subject, should I let the player step outside the road? There's not going to be a purpose, and I will put in vehicles moving around. Instant death if they crash into the player? :O

What are you thinking about right now?

Your avatar and title.
On the contrary to your kidnapped Asians.

My whut? O.O

Questions for Atelier script

Woa, I remember this thread. XD

Anyway, to get those to work, you need to have the XAS Hero Edition script first. Those are only used for action games. I hope I'm right. :D

Why first grade to 12th is completely useless, including parts of college ..

The opposite of libertarian is authoritarian, i.e. political control enforced literally by the barrel of a gun. Fall in line, or go to jail, or die. This is what the Democrat Party has become, not this fairy tale of a peaceful, tolerant utopia we're taught to believe growing up - (on topic... from public schools.) They're every bit as bad as Republicans ever were, having successfully blamed Bush for every evil in the world, and now they can take over the task of expanding government power, increasing taxes and fees on Americans, declaring more wars, and spying domestically, immune from criticism due to liberal voter selective ignorance.

Not this again. I do agree that the blame on Bush is a little overboard, but the rest sounds like something I would hear from Sean Hannity or Megyn Kelly. Expanding power? Such as? Increasing taxes is necessary. The country is in huge dept, and no one is willing to cut any spending. If we can cut the insane military budget, then we can lower taxes. Declaring more wars - which war? Spying domestically - this is sorta out of hand, yes. But the whole thing started after 9/11 and got worse from there. Bush did the same thing, but not many people paid attention to this back then.

The statement "immune from criticism due to liberal voter selective ignorance" is ridiculous. Many American voters don't understand what they are voting for or know what's going on in politics. That's an issue with both sides, not a liberal exclusive trait. And no, they aren't immune to criticism. They do get criticized when they do something stupid, such as Obama getting a severe backlash when he lied about Obamacare. We don't live in a bubble.

Nevertheless, this has nothing to do with the thread. Not sure why you just had to throw this in here.