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  • started a topic [PLUGIN] Scissor2D - A new 2D toolkit plugin

    Scissor2D - A new 2D toolkit plugin







    Previous Updates:

    Progress Update 9 - Auto Asset Handler
    Progress Update 8 - Production Renderer
    Progress Update 7 - Production Sprites
    Progress Update 6 - Public Roadmap
    Progress Update 5 - Perspective 2D Mode Prototype
    Progress Update 4 - Box2D Physics Prototype
    Progress Update 3 - Sorting Layer Experiments
    Progress Update 2 - Rough Asset Pipeline
    Progress Update 1 - Batched Renderer Prototype


    (original post was an initial call for feedback)
    Last edited by Structure; 10-03-2017, 01:06 PM.

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    Abandonware?
    Op not seen in forums since ~8 months ago..

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    As far as i know this plugin is not being developed further... Very sad !

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    Any updates for this plugin? We are realy need it.

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    Yeah all these features look extremely useful for the 2d crowd. Hope its still in the works!

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    How is dev going these days? Really could use this for a project now ...

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    Originally posted by TriNityGER View Post

    Well I have to ask then, why make RPG Maker inside UE4? In that case it would be way better to use RPG Maker itself directly^^
    Okay.. some Infos of things Unreal RPG-Editor could make better than the RPG Maker...

    1. Multilayer support
    2. Shader support
    3. Multicore support
    4. Blueprints ftw!
    5. UI Editor
    6. No limitations in Size, Number and Dimension of Map, Sprites and Mapgrid
    7. C++
    8. Multiplatform without stupid Rpg Maker limitations
    9. Physics
    10. i think you got the point...

    So.. Why not doing it?

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    Don't tell me You are going to abandon this plugin same way as EpicGames did abandon paper2d....

    What if You would sell this plugin in its current state and update it eventually from time to time?
    Last edited by Asterat; 12-18-2017, 08:05 AM.

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    Just wanted to drop in and say the progress looks outstanding, you're doing a fantastic job!

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    Hi Asterat, this is a work in progress thread for a commercial market place plugin. Price and release date are still tbc, but subscribe to this thread for future updates!

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    It has not been released yet.

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    I'm sorry but I'm apparently blind or something. Where can I find a download link for this plugin?

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    Hi jacob, I have an alternative contract on at the moment, so Scissor development is going to be a little delayed until this is done.

    As a side note, in an effort to keep subscription notify noise to a minimum, feel free to pm me about progress questions, but try not to bump the thread unless it is a specific question about existing / future Scissor2D functionality.

    I can assure you I will always update the moment new things are ready to show off!

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    Been silent for a bit... update?

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    Originally posted by jacobgood1 View Post
    Great Work!
    Thanks Jacob!


    Originally posted by Chaosgod_Espér View Post
    hmm...
    again, Scissor2D looks alot like a Sideview 2D Editor only :/
    Scissor2D supports sprite sorting by depth for side view style games, as well as sorting by screen height for top down rendering common in RPG Maker style games. The toolkit is designed to be a little lower level then something like RPG Maker which would pigeon hole it into one style of game, but there is nothing stopping you making something like that with it!


    Originally posted by Alec View Post
    You've done some awesome work so far!
    Thanks Alec, it is slowly coming together now, glad you like what you see so far

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