Tag Archives: JGSS

Plugin Update: Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin (RMMV)

Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin

Version 1.6 of the Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin is available. What’s New? The Twitter button has more options for when visitors click on it – Screen Name and User ID – which go to the corresponding Twitter account. I

New Release: Extra Message Codes Plugin (RMMV)

Extra Message Codes Plugin (RMMV)

The Extra Message Codes plugin provides a few extra control characters for message windows. Origins This was originally created for Otherworld as part of the OW Engine, as I wanted certain functions that aren’t used in other message plugins. Because

Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin Tutorial (RMMV)

This tutorial demonstrates how to use my Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website plugin for RPG Maker MV. With the plugin you can place social media buttons (Twitter, Facebook and website) on the Title Screen. You can also call a website from

Social Media Buttons Plugin (RMMV)

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Terms of Use for Scripts/Plugins Updated

The Terms of Use for Scripts/Plugins has now been updated. All RPG Maker XP, VX and VX Ace scripts can now be used freely in both commercial and non-commercial projects with proper credit. RPG Maker MV plugins can be used

New Plugin: Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website (RMMV)

Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin

With the Social Media Buttons/In-Game Website Plugin, you can display social media buttons (Twitter, Facebook and your project Website) on the Title Screen, each clickable to open the corresponding website in a new window. You can also use the plugin

Plugin: Currency Formatter (RMMV)

Currency Formatter Plugin

The

Title Screen Add-On Plugin (RMMV)

Title Screen Add-Ons Plugin (Old Version)

The Title Screen Add-On plugin for RMMV is finished. It was originally written as a series of pluginlets exclusively for The Adventures of Tryggr, but I decided to release it publicly before the game is completed. The pluginlets were eventually