You uploaded the Realm Crafter Server to your remote host and successfully ran and unlocked the Realm Crafter Server. Now you are ready to open up firewalls so clients can connect to your Realm Crafter world.
You need a way to transfer files to the remote server so you can easily deploy server updates from your local workstation. In Part 3 of this multipart series, I'll show you how to share a local drive with the remote server.
You've set up a new Azure Virtual Server to run your Realm Crafter Server. In Part 2 of this multipart series, I'll show you how to configure the remote server and install a few support files to run the Realm Crafter Server.
You want to set up a Realm Crafter Server on an Azure Virtual Host but you're not sure how to do it. In Part 1 of this multipart series, I'll explain how to deploy an Azure Virtual Server to hold your Realm Crafter game.
So, you’ve started a new Realm Crafter project and now you’re ready to start populating it with animals, NPCs, and monsters. You’ll need a way to import animated 3D models into Realm Crafter, assign them textures, set up their animation set, and spawn them in your zones.
You want to get started making your own RPG with Realm Crafter 1.26. All the features you need to get started are contained in the General Unified Editor, the GUE. It’s a big confusing mess, but don’t worry; I’m here to help you sort it out in this Realm Crafter GUE tutorial.
You have downloaded and installed Realm Crafter 1.26 and now you are ready to start making your own MMORPG games at home. Here are some time-saving tips and trips for setting up a Realm Crafter 1.26 development environment to help speed up game production.
You have downloaded and installed Realm Crafter and you want to move around in the virtual world but don't know how to get started. In this video, you will learn how to run the Realm Crafter server and game client on a local computer.
Part 3 of the Making Cosmic Drifter series. In this article, I will cover the Character Sheet and Background Skills as well as the RPG Maker plugins I used to support non-random character generation.