Visual Novel Maker

First there was RPG Maker… now, there’s Visual Novel Maker, designed to make realising your dreams of creating your own self-insert harem nukige (or the next Fate/stay night) easier than ever before.


Developer: Degica
Publisher: Degica
Available on: Steam


In-Depth Articles

Visual Novel Maker: First Look - Over the course of several upcoming articles, we’re going to be taking an in-depth look at Degica’s Visual Novel Maker, a new addition to the lineup of game creation software available for home computers. At the time of writing, the software isn’t yet on sale and I’ve only just started spending some time with it, … Continue reading Visual Novel Maker: First Look
Visual Novel Maker: First Steps - Now that we’ve had a whistle-stop tour of Visual Novel Maker’s main features, it’s time to delve into how it all works. Today we’ll be taking a look at how you can get started with the application using its built-in resources. In subsequent articles we’ll look at importing custom resources and creating new characters, but … Continue reading Visual Novel Maker: First Steps
Visual Novel Maker: The Breath of Life - Last time, we looked at how to get up and running with Visual Novel Maker as soon as possible using its built-in assets and template project. Today we’re going to take a look at how you can use your own assets to create something unique to you! Because built-in assets are all well and good … Continue reading Visual Novel Maker: The Breath of Life
Visual Novel Maker: How to Look Fontastic - Last time in our exploration of Degica’s Visual Novel Maker, we looked at how you can create your own custom characters to form the cast for your next masterpiece. Today we’re going to look at something a little more mundane but just as important to the overall experience of your game: the user interface. Specifically, … Continue reading Visual Novel Maker: How to Look Fontastic

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