The Undertale Engine by TML is one that many have used to create fangames like TO!Ink Sans Fight, Gaster Blaster Sans Fight, SpookyTale, Undertale: Knowledge, and plenty of others! TML is no longer maintaining the engine, sadly. However, since I am now the one who does it, I am updating the engine. The various screenshots to your right were all made in the engine. And it isn't limited to just battles, either! There is a whole Overworld engine included!Everything that you could possibly need to make your dream Undertale Fangame is right here.
Instructions to Download And Install Undertale: First of all, download Undertale game from the above-mentioned download button. After a few seconds, you reached on the download page, where simply click on the bottom download link for your desired device. Wait for downloading till the end.
The battles are very customizable. You can make custom monsters, or enemies. You can also have cutscenes in-battle as well!Attacks aren't super hard to program, as you have the ability to use alarms to time them just the way you like! You can make custom GAME OVER screens, fully customizable dialog with effects like shaking, waves, and you own custom made ones! You can have custom items, custom weapons and armor, and even ACTing! You can make new Soul modes, and new attacks for them and more!
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The overworld engine is extremely easy to use, and very flexible. You can have branching dialog, new encounters, cutscenes, and even use tiles to make amazing rooms! Use Anim_Create and other functions for very smooth camera movements, and with the game (at default) running at 60 FPS, not only can you have a great looking and polished fangame like those in the screenshots to your right, but also have fun making them!
- A computer running either Windows or Mac OS
- A copy of Game Maker Studio 2.x
- A Game Maker Studio 2 License (there is a free trial, but we prefer you use 'Desktop', only $99.99 retail. DO NOT USE CRACKED VERSIONS, CAN CORRUPT YOUR BUILDS/LOSE PROGRESS)
- The latest version of the engine
- A basic understanding of GML (Game Maker Language)
If you have all of these, then you are ready to start!
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The original post of the engine. By TML. The same thing as here, but this is just a repost by the new developer of the engine.
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NOTE: If you are familiar with how GMS2.x is laid out, you shouldn't need to read this.
- Make sure that you own Game Maker Studio 2.x, and make sure that it is installed.
- Once this is downloaded, open your copy of Game Maker Studio 2.x.
- Once opened, you should be on the home screen. Press 'Import' and select the 'undertale_engine.yyz' file.
- Wait for it to load, and then boom! Your ready to make your game!