A downloadable RPG Maker Plugin

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Introduction

By default, RPG Maker freezes the player and events when the message window is open. But sometimes, you want to show a message on screen to the player and also let him keep moving.

It can be a notification, a conversation cutscene, or just a window updating some text value.

This plugin will help you with that, letting you create multiple windows on-screen for the map scene and battle scene.

Features

  • Adds multiple text windows on the screen.
  • Text windows can be moved, opened, and closed with easing animations!
  • Write the text instantly, or character by character, like the default message window!
  • Play a sound to open/close the window!
  • Use faces or character sprite images to be the face of the message!
  • Create template settings for quick use inside the game!


NOTE: MV Version has huge frame drops if you try to do something like the above. I believe it works on MZ due to the performance optimizations between versions, most for the PIXI updates. But you will be totally fine showing just a few windows at the same time.

How to use

Terms of use 5.0.0

Updated 19 days ago
StatusReleased
CategoryTool
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2)
AuthorHakuen Studio
Made withRPG Maker
Tagseliaquim, hakuen-studio, rmmv, rmmz, RPG Maker, rpg-maker-mv, rpg-maker-mz, rpg-maker-plugin, text-window
Average sessionA few seconds
LanguagesEnglish

Purchase

Buy Now$15.00 USD or more

In order to download this RPG Maker Plugin you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $15 USD. You will get access to the following files:

MZ - Text Window Pro 6.0.1 12 kB
MZ - Sample Project Text Window.zip 5 MB
MV - Text Window Pro 5.1.0(UNSUPPORTED) 12 kB
MV - Sample Project Text Window(UNSUPPORTED) 9 MB

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