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KR Original Horror Kit for RPG Maker

Want to make your game scary good? Drop in our horror kit and get back to working on those perfect jumpscares.  Includes 48x48 and 32x32 versions!

Scare 'em good.

Something's lurking in the darkness, and you need a way to let your player know it's there.

Haunted mansion?  No problem.

Bloodthirsty alien on a space station? Got it.

High school horror?  You'll want this.

This collection of elements for your game range from subtle to downright grotesque.  From bloody splatters to flesh autotiles, ghostly faces to huge spiderwebs, there's something for nearly every horror game in here.

Includes:

  • A2 featuring: - bloody water - blood and dirt edges - bloody cracks - holes and more!
  • B Tiles featuring: - spiderwebs - blood splatters - bloody footprints - eyes - eerie candles - ghost shadows - skeletons and skulls - and much more!
  • Five fog layer styles, in both black and white (add them with your favorite plugin)


Ready to show 'em who's scariest?  Get the Horror Kit! Includes commercial use rights.


Music credit: Classic Horror 2 by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3512-classic-horror-2
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/



Purchase

Buy Now$8.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

horror.zip 5 MB
horrorace.zip 5 MB

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hey amazing stuff but what plugin do you recommend i download so i can use your fogs?

The one I've used most is Galv's Layer Graphics.  :)  

okay, thank you, do you have any screenshots of the code?

Here's what I used on one of my test maps:

LAYER_S 4 shadow004 0 0 255 20 0

LAYER_S 5 light004 0 0 128 21 1 0 0

LAYER 6 clouds 0.25 0.25 80 22 2 2 2

I had two stationary layers (shadow and light) plus one cloud layer that moved at an angle (if I remember correctly).  255, 128 and 80 are opacity, so you can adjust those to suit the colors of your map. 

Actually now that I think about it, I have a walkthrough with examples: https://kokororeflections.com/free-lighting-rpg-maker-maps-guide/

I don't think I included info on animating the layers in that, but maybe I did.