The Extra Stats version 4.0 is scheduled for release this weekend (if all goes well). It’s going through its final testing stages. Extra Stats v4.0 for #RMVX is scheduled for release this weekend (if all goes well). #RPGMaker #GameDev #IndieDev http://t.co/XXZhtvBqO3 — RPG Maker Times (@CompanionWulf) August 24, 2015 More stats will be added to it as time goes by, depending on a few things, including inspiration from other games and any comments.
The Extra Stats script is being updated to version 4.0 and is nearing completion. Version 4 will eventually supersede version 3, but the older version will still be available for download for those who prefer it. Several new features have been added, notably that each stat section now has its own display. Each section can include a filler picture as well. Some of the main features in Version 4 are: I have no predetermined release date in mind yet, but it’ll be soon.
The Extra Stats VX v3.0 has been updated. The manual is also ready (DOC and PDF). Note: The script will not work properly without the required Global Colors and Universal Configuration Settings modules. I only realised this after I’d closed the site down, so work will begin on that tomorrow and upload the completed modules later in the week.
The Extra Stats script for RMVX (Version 3.0) is now available to download, ahead of schedule. The Manual is also available in DOC and PDF formats on the page. The Version History, plus an instructional demo, will be updated at a later date.
Several scripts, tutorials and demos have been updated. They will also be updated on RPG Maker Times Companion shortly. Scripts Updates The following scripts have updates: Extra Stats Window v3.0 – Released very soon, pending a few tweaks and bug fixes. Q-Engine v2.0 Release Candidate – This has been undergoing a rewrite to make things easier and to address a number of additional conflicts. Q-Engine Message System (QeMS) v1.0 – This is a very basic but functional message system, with more added to it as time goes on. (Personal Note: This is more of a personal experiment to apply what I’ve learnt – am learning – about Regular Expressions; it…