I come from AGS and I've made a SCUMM type game with that but since it requires lot of coding and it's not intuitive at all I quit. I've made many web pages with the old flash and collaborated with a 2D racing game called "miniracingonline" doing circuits for them.
I'm not a programmer, so to create what I have in mind at the moment I use basically graphic.
But of course you can't do a game with AGS without learning how to script, so it was very time consuming...
I've tried Visionaire and seen some templates and I like it, I don't know if give you total elements to create every interfaces or complex puzzles but it's very intuitive-based software and is great!
I want to learn the software, make some tests, I'm searching for templates to create the interface of Broken Sword (I love it). I don't like verb coin and SCUMM style is too retro. So inventory items bar down, save/load up, cursor changing and left click actions, right click to basic look. Dialogue interface maybe is too complex. I'd like to see some dial interfaces templates to have a better understanding.
Hope you can help me, thanks!
Of course I'm open with collaborations, making a team would be nice to help each others.
I'm using Photoshop, Animate CC
I've figured out many basic things but I still have few example of dialogues GUI. If I would for example create a GUI with images/themes for conversations (broken sword), how I associate each image with lines speech and how to use the same image again for other characters. Maybe I can use images in the GUI as object areas with conditions check? Any of you has some material to try? ThanksCreating a Broken Sword style dialog interface would require you creating a custom interface yourself from scratch. You could create a unique interface per character you intend to talk to (would be much easier to manage), then inside each interface you create some buttons & assign an active & inactive image to each one which you could use to show if a dialog choice has additional dialog you've not yet listened to. You could grey out the ones you have listened to.