I've been seeing a lot of "help" topics in either XP or the VX forum(s), so i thought I'd try to end your problem(s) by me helping you.
Now I'll mostly just be helping with Events, any any RPG Maker Problem but I'll also help with scripting. "I'm no expert but if it's basic/not too hard" I should be able to do it, well depends on what it is. I may try to create an event script that does what you want if "pure" scripting doesn't work out.
What I'll do:
I'll do anything related to coding in Events, help with the program itself, Event Scripting(using Ruby in Events).
- I'll code Addons to "Event" systems if you desire
What I won't do:
- Code you a Game.
I will however code your battle system IF it's not currently available as a script, but I'll TRY to make all the algorithms the same as if it were the default.
If anyone is requesting a Legend of Zelda ABS I'd "Recommend" reading the ruby section in the help file, yes, you can event a Zelda ABS in VX but you're still going to be using Ruby in most if not ALL your events. Event-Ruby IMO runs smoother than if you were just using Event-Variables or switches.
If I'm getting requests such as a Chrono Trigger battles system I'd recommend looking around as there have been Chrono trigger battle scripts for VX and XP.
Remember to "LOOK" before asking for anything that's related to the battle system.
This post has been edited by RzrBladeMontage: Oct 3 2010, 06:48 AM
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Kits that I'm working on.
[Unity3D 4.0] LTTP/Minish Cap - I don't have time for custom gfx like what the pze folks are doing but I will try and work on some enhanced LTTP graphics.
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