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Free Sea Shell Houses for RPG Maker

By kokororeflections

Today’s free sea shell house tiles will be a great addition to your beach scenes or your underwater adventures. Deep sea diving? No problem. This mini-pack has several houses, shells and a few other accessories to decorate with. Not all available tiles are shown in the preview, and there are two versions, one that is […]

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Free RPG Maker Trees

By kokororeflections

These free RPG Maker trees (in great colors!) were donated by sarah_yt. You can’t have too many great trees! For this particular freebie, please be sure to credit her instead of KR. Shown with our Tuscan Seaside Tileset.   Free RPG Maker Trees

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Free Animated Cars and Trucks

By kokororeflections

Today we have a selection of free animated cars and trucks in several colors. We already set these up in proper event format for RPG Maker, mainly for MV but might work for VX Ace too. You may need collision scripts for your events as we made these more realistically sized than some vehicles. Shown […]

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Free “Lighting RPG Maker Maps” Guide

By kokororeflections

Want to know how to make lighting and shadows for your RPG Maker MV maps? Not sure how to add doom and gloom?  Need some fancy light rays to shine down on your Item of Unimaginable Power? How about an evil aura to the torches leading up to your Final Confrontation of Galactic Proportions? Learn […]

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11 Game Jam Tips

By kokororeflections

Need some tips for  your next game jam?  Not sure if you’d like to try one? What in the heck is a game jam, anyway? A game jam is a competition, taking place over a very short but varying timeframe (usually a few days) in which the participants attempt to put together a coherent game. […]

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What Game Creators Can Learn from Bob Ross

By kokororeflections

If you’re under the age of 30, you might never have heard of Bob Ross outside the realm of memes. For the uninitiated, when I was a kid, in the late 80s and early 90s, a show called “The Joy of Painting” aired on PBS. It was a modest and minimalistic program, with a mild-mannered, […]

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Dungeon Design Tips – Part 2

By kokororeflections

Are your dungeons broken? Do your players throw rotten fruit at you when they have to play your game? Do your game-making rivals snicker at you every time you make a new release?  Don’t suffer under the embarrassment of horrible gameplay!  Read our dungeon design tips and fix it! (Okay, that was way too dramatic. […]

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Free Stained Glass Autotile 2 (RMMV)

By kokororeflections

Another stained glass autotile!  This one works pretty well with shift-click mapping, so try different configurations and see what window styles you end up with.  Comes with a funky medallion window…thing. (Actually it’s a piece of the original window that didn’t work out. XD) Shown with our Tuscan Seaside Tileset   Free Stained Glass Autotile […]

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Stained Glass Medallion Window (RMMV)

By kokororeflections

Today I have something for your churches, temples and whatever else – a large stained glass medallion window.  It’s pretty big at 9 tiles total for the big window, and comes with matching little windows.  Nice and dramatic. Shown with our Tuscan Seaside Tileset   Free Stained Glass Medallion

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Stay Motivated and Keep Going!

By kokororeflections

It happens to everyone. You sit down in front of your epic masterpiece and you just can’t seem to get anything done. Or you don’t even sit down at all. What used to be fun is starting to look a whole lot like boring drudgery. If you’re starting to lose enthusiasm for game-making and can’t […]

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