Virtual Game Maker: VGM-DS If you're an aspiring game developer, you might want to try out Virtual Game Maker to flex those creative muscles of yours. The program, called VGM-DS, allows you to make your own games from the ground up.
This latest version comes with the ability to create a "newgame" folder to create your own games. The download also includes a demo Zelda game. The application is also getting its own tutorial and new resources available from the app's website.
Here's the changelog for VGM-DS v.098:
* A Zelda Demo (full gameplay like Zelda 3)
* With the demo, will be released a common event and some ennemies models -> that is a Zelda battle system, easily importable (just import the common event and create or import enemies in the game!)
* conditions in IF: "TOUCHING CLONE OF MODEL XXXX" and [NOT] TOUCHED BY STYLUS for a full DS-style gameplay!
* Gravity activable for hero and events -> mario-like games!!!
* New VGMDS "Aqua" Theme
* all bugs are now fixed
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