In the short video above you can see the main menu and the credits screen I have added to the game. The menu has a scrolling background of the over-world, like in Letter for Mimi 2 and Crossroads: 2D.
In the screenshot above you can see the current progress for the Letter for Mimi 2 editor. The editor is able to create and export *.xml files, which can be used in the game engine. I am planning to be able to have enough functionality in the editor so I can create content fast en […]
In my previous post I pointed out a bug in the menu structure. When revising the code I decided not to redo everything to allow for a scrolling type of window. At the moment no more than 18 items can be displayed at the same time. This should be sufficient for a simple game. In […]
In the screenshot above you can see that I have added a ‘show coordinates’ option, this will display the current x and y position of the player in the top left corner of the screen. Having this in the production version might be useful for people who follow guides to find secrets in the game. […]
In the video above you can see how npcs can follow the player, in order to do this I have implemented the A star path finding algorithm. It is possible to talk to the person following you via the party option in the menu. This new feature will open new quest types, where you have […]