MZ Map Projectiles

Create projectiles that can interact with player and events using script calls.
These projectiles can be fired from the player or an event and set to shoot in a direction, at a target or toward the mouse position. Settings can be used to control which projectiles will hit or run an action on other events, which terrain tag or region id tiles block them, different actions they will do when then hit the player or an event and more.

VERSION 1.1 – RPG Maker MZ
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Download my master demo to view examples of this plugin from:
Galv’s MZ Plugins Home

23 thoughts on “MZ Map Projectiles

  1. Galv says:

    Updated to version 1.1 to fix a player hit collision y offset issue.

  2. Lady says:

    the distance the image travels goes further than 1 tile when I fire

    my settings

    I tried setting it to .01 like I did in MV (which worked btw) but it doesn’t in MZ. at 1 iy goes about 4 spaces.

    • Galv says:

      It fades out after that distance. Try changing the fade speed if you want it to disappear quicker. 255 should disappear instantly.

  3. Mooseboythe1st says:

    Hey man, thanks for the plugin. Any idea why my character can shoot in any direction with the mouse…but now cant move with the directional keys.

    • Galv says:

      Sounds like you’re doing that using an autorun event. Autorun stops all player controlled

      • Mooseboythe1st says:

        Thanks! you were spot on. Now the trouble im having is the mouse click is firing the shot but also moving the character. in your demo the mouse movement stops. how did u do that?

        and thanks again :D

      • Galv says:

        Check out the demo and the plugin description. It’s a script call :)

  4. Mooseboythe1st says:

    ahh, got it now. Thanks again :D

  5. Kipa_Tiki says:

    Why does it say “cannot read the match prprety” when i use it ?

  6. Arker says:

    Hello I am asking if I can use this plugin for
    my commercial game.
    My game is not out yet I am just asking because it is polite to ask before using something for commercial use.

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