StarvyJedi here, just arrived from Europe.
I'm working on a visual novel demo (adult oriented) and I'm totally new in Renpy.
I have been spending a lot of time on Visual Novel Maker, but looks like the program has too many bugs to solve yet.
So, frustrated, I decided to go for Renpy and learn some coding. Sure i will need some advices and maybe some help.
PS I'm a 2D artist!
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- Projects: DnD Visual Novel Campaign
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The name's StarKid413, and I'm looking to make a super neat Visual Novel series about DnD!
So, big nerd vibes here, always looking for tips tricks and game recognize game.
I have a ton of ideas, but very little time or proper creative outlets so I'm finna let loose and I'll see you all on the other side.
Thinking up on it, I decided to divulge a few tags on the story that I'm thinking of:
-Rpg style VisNov
-Think like FireEmblemsEsque
-Expect a ton of Homestuck references/Friendism/Hiveswaps
-more to come as soon as they come to my immediate consciousness
I only accept criticism in the form of *bullets.
*(bullets being welcome discussion and dms, so hmu)
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- Projects: Broken Butterflies
- Organization: SpookySaint
- Location: India
I just want to say that whatever the heck someone says against Ren'Py, this visual novel engine is the BEST! and this comment comes from a guy who has made a game in other English Visual Novel Engines too. The versatility of Ren'Py is unmatched. And with every update its awesomeness is increasing tenfold.
My name is Matthieu from France and I just start to learn about programing with ren'py.
I discovered this engine with the game summertime saga. I've made some researches and found out that ren'py is easy to understand but yet powerful.
So i sign up here to find other people to create some games and learn more about programming in ren'py.
Thank you for reading !
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website: I don't have
comments about Lemma Soft: This website is really nice, I hope I'll find what I'm looking for :3
I'm currently a project manager at my company and work with vast teams of people installing software. I hope to use that skill set to run my own visual novel company some day. Small steps!
I live in the US - specifically in the Midwest!
I am completely new at this and I am currently working on an "project" visual style novel it may have choices and branching paths i have yet to decide on that at the moment. I have a few stories in mind I may just go with a non choice based game as my first try as that would give me experience to then improve upon my creation.
My name is Andy, i am 36 i live in the uk. I have a Youtube channel called "thefreedyshow" and i am to make these novels to feature on my channel along with making my own soundtrack for my game and possibly voice acting.
I found out about you guys via twitter and someone very nice called Limit Elta.
I cant wait to get started and share with you all my wonderful ideas and creations!
I make my own music and want to get into voice acting, so feel free to approach me if i can help you i will
I do not possess a website yet.
I've joined with hopes of finding new information, and figuring out stuff by myself as I'm working on my first visual novel. I'm a beginner really, but seek guidance if given the opportunity! My ideas and end goals are really ambitious, but that's why I'm here.
Location: USA, West Coast
Website: Not yet, but soon. Currently on Instagram though! Here- https://instagram.com/m_yri_a?igshid=1ld93bgqjj4t3
Little bit about me: I’m a game developer learning how to code. I currently illustrate and 3D model, and have some background knowledge regarding coding and scripting. I mainly work 2D right now, but I’m always down for 3D.
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