A downloadable GUI for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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This Ren'Py GUI was made by BáiYù and released under the (CC BY 3.0) license, meaning you may modify and use this theme in any games you make, even commercial ones. This theme is a simple modification made on the default GUI with the SnowBlossom function added to the Navigation Screen. The code for the function is located in a separate .rpy file.


Snowy Park Background made by mugenjohncel
Eileen Sprite made in Mannequin by AR14


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StatusReleased
CategoryAssets
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(15)
Authortofurocks
Made withRen'Py
TagsCute, Graphical User Interface (GUI), Ren'Py, sourcecode
Code licenseMIT License
Asset licenseCreative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal

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snowfall.zip 10 MB

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I know you specified the license in the description, but you should also include a copy of the license in your download so it's easier to reference later if someone uses your code.


Also the license in the "More Information" is listed as MIT which is different from your description that says CC BY 3.0.

Thanks for the great tool and shout out to  VimislikArt for showing me this.

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Hi, thanks for checking out this old thing! I'll hopefully be updating it in the near future, but the CC BY 3.0 refers to the visual assets used to make the GUI (textboxes, CTC, game menus, etc.). The code itself is still under MIT.

I'll definitely try to keep the license info inside the download in mind the next time I overhaul all my codes.

Thanks for the clarification!

Thank you for sharing this script! I'm using a modified version to create rain and will probably be using it in my next project :D

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Thank you so much for this Ren'Py script. I edited it to have embers float upwards in my Spooktober visual novel, Ghost Switch.