RPG Maker Times has finally had a long needed, often deferred facelift. Regular visitors will notice that the top navigation menu has changed from its old incarnation. It’s much simpler now, but is easier to update should the need arise to add items to the menu.
After careful consideration, and much experimentation, I opted for this format because, with the advent of RPG Maker Times Companion, the need to have the dropdown subsections is greatly reduced.
Most of the links are tag-based, so if you’re looking for specific engines you can easily skim through all of its related articles. Furthermore, many links go to the various index pages of RPG Maker Times Companion, which lists the articles clearly.
Note: The “Windowskins” portion of the menu is NOT implemented yet. All Windowskins are still available on the Companion site.
RPG Maker Times and Companion are cross-referenced, so I’ll be going through each of the articles on this blog and deciding if and how they’ll be linked. This process might take a while, but I’m determined to make progress on it this month, although it probably won’t be all the way complete.
I’ll also begin trying out some of the other RPG Makers, which is reflected in the menu, but that most likely won’t be this month. Guest bloggers are welcome to submit articles relating to these other RPG Makers, as at the moment I know next to nothing about them.