The venerable RPGMaker just released version 1.1 of RPGMaker MV. RPGMaker is a game engine specifically designed for creation roleplaying games, specifically JRPGs. To go along with the release they are also offering RPGMaker at a 30% discount on Steam.
Features of this new release include:
- Fixed Paste Last Bug in the Animation Editor.
- Fixed Canvas Mode: Change Parallax Bug.
- Fixed Faceset Distortion when changing resolution.
- Fixed Battle Crash when the Damage Formula Box is empty.
- Fixed Monitor FPS Issue.
- Fixed Movement Route changes are saved even when cancelled.
- Fixed an issue that caused: If you have any changes in Plugin Manager and directly close the windows in the title bar (not by Cancel/Esc), the changes will be committed.
- Fixed Pixi Add/Multiply/Screen commands in WebGL mode!
- Fixed States removed when failing to escape battle
- Fixed Scroll Bar in Show Text when Batch Entry is checked
- Fixed the position of index in ImageSelector.
- Fixed Save deleting bug when a game fails to save (now uses a backup and restore system)
- Fixed Actors set to auto battle will only heal the first actor in the party
- Fixed Remember Command selects the wrong skill
- Fixed Autotiles don’t function the same as RMVXAce.
- Fixed Sideview Battler Bug: Guard Pose
- Fixed an issue that caused database JSON files (specifically Actor.json) to not automatically update when some changes are made (specifically Equipment Types)
- Implemented Onion Skin in Animation Editor.
- Implemented Plugin Help Everywhere.
- Re-implemented RPG Maker 2003’s Class change option: Keep Level feature.
- Implemented Message Box and Plugin Parameters IconSet Viewer.
- Implemented Confirmation Dialogue on Event, Database and Plugin Manager Cancel
- Reimplemented the Resource Manager
- Implemented Return Home/End Buttons in RMMV for navigating event pages
- Implemented a tool to remove unused resource from a project
- Additional Generator Parts
- Additional Plugins: Slotmachine, TouchUI, Gachabook, Gacha and NovelMessage
- Resources compressed