Glitchfinder's Attract Mode is a script that allows you to mimic a classic feature of both arcade and console games. This script will modify the title screen so that, when left idle, it will take the game to a map. While on the map, the game will function normally, with the exception that any input from the player takes you back to the title screen. It is recommended that you set up an autorun or parallel process event on the map, to provide some sort of cinematic while the game is idle.Screenshots
While this script is too dynamic to properly show through screenshots, I do have a video I can show: The video is here.Demo Link
The demo can be found here
The script can be found here
Place this script above Main, and below the default scripts. (I realize this is obvious to most, but some people don't get it.)
There is a Scriptastic class immediately following this header. Just change the settings found there to your liking. This script is very simple to use. Note that map is specified by ID. This is the number displayed on the status bar of RPG Maker XP while editing a map, to the left of the map name.
For example, 001: MAP001 (20x15)
1 would be the ID of this map, although 001 could technically be used. This number can also be found in the title of the Map Properties window.Terms and Conditions
- This script is free to use in any noncommercial project. If you wish to use this script in a commercial (paid) project, please contact Glitchfinder at his website.
- This script may only be hosted at the following domains:
- If you wish to host this script elsewhere, please contact Glitchfinder.
- If you wish to translate this script, please contact Glitchfinder. He will need the web address that you plan to host the script at, as well as the language this script is being translated to.
- The script header must remain intact at all times.
- Glitchfinder remains the sole owner of this code. He may modify or revoke this license at any time, for any reason.
- Any code derived from code within this script is owned by Glitchfinder, and you must have his permission to publish, host, or distribute his code.
- This license applies to all code derived from the code within this script.
- If you use this script within your project, you must include visible credit to Glitchfinder and theory, within reason.
I would like to ask that you do not upload or post this code to this or any other site without my permission. It would be much appreciated. Thank you.
This post has been edited by Glitchfinder: Aug 3 2010, 06:39 PM
Just call me Glitch.
When I post my work, I expect legitimate criticism in return, as opposed to useless platitudes such as "This is awesome!" or "I love this!" If you are willing to extend this courtesy to me, I will gladly extend it to you as well.