Games developed with Phaser can be played on any (modern) web browser, and can also be turned into native phone apps by using tools such as Cordova. Learn by making your first game The goal of this tutorial is to teach you the basics of this fantastic framework (version 3.x) by developing the “Frogger” type of game you see below: You can download the game and code here. All the assets included were produced by our team and you can use them in your own creations.
Learning goals Learn to build simple games in Phaser 3Work with sprites and their transformsMain methods of a Phaser sceneUtilize groups to aggregate sprite behaviorBasic camera effects (new Phaser 3 feature) Tutorial requirements Learn Phaser 3 with our newest Mini-Degree Get Instant Early Access Development environment. Braid Code Cleanup (part 3) In the previous posting I said it “was a good place to stop for the night”.
And I had decided to, but as sometimes happens, I changed my mind and worked for about another 45 minutes until I had solved the problem. I knew I had a problem in at least some DDS files. I checked the old version of Braid to narrow down one particular file causing a problem. Then I downloaded the DDS plugin for Photoshop, installed that, viewed the DDS file, and … there’s a big gray band across the bottom of every DDS image, just like the gray bands I am seeing in-game. At first I presumed this was a bug in nvdxt and looked into how to use nvcompress, but that doesn’t handle batch files. Note that you can see these gray bands very clearly in the file listing from yesterday’s blog post!
PNG came out all wacky, I don’t even know what is going on: But hey, this was an old version of stb_image_write, I should upgrade that to a new version when I am back to a stable point. . … and it worked perfectly. Beginning Level Design, Part 1. The Cutting Room Floor. The Cutting Room Floor is a site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games.
From debug menus, to unused music, graphics, enemies, or levels, many games have content never meant to be seen by anybody but the developers — or even meant for everybody, but cut due to time/budget constraints. Feel free to browse our collection of games and start reading. Jendrik Illner - 3D Programmer. Scratchapixel. Best Resources\Articles\Forums - Graphics and GPU Programming. GameMaker. Last updated: 02/04/2019 We (meaning YoYo Games Limited, company number 05260718) use technologies on our website and mobile services (which we'll call the Services) to collect information that helps us improve your online experience.
Performance cookies on this Services may include: Functionality Cookies. Targeting or Advertising Cookies. Game Design Forum: Home. Reverse Design: Chrono Trigger - 2. Stat of the Quest:This section is set aside for a variety of statistics that explain something about the quest or the game, using mathematical analysis.
(Some stats are more mathematical than others.) But because there's not a whole lot going on in the first quest, we've saved this space for you! Email your request for some kind of stat to email@example.com and we'll put it up. Make sure you read all the other Stats first, so we don't get a lot of repeats. Cheers! For the most part, dungeons in Chrono Trigger never get much more complex than the Cathedral, but they do get bigger and they certainly get tougher. The important thing about the first section is that if the player fights every group of enemies on screen once, it will earn the party 30 tech points. Reverse Design: Half-Life. If you're interested in more research like this, most of it is going to be in video format over on the Forum's YouTube Channel.
You can also support future work through the new Patreon campaign. This is fourth entry in the reverse design series, attempting to analyze all of the design choices that went into the classic game Half-Life. The first three books in this series were written about Final Fantasy 6, Chrono Trigger and Super Mario World. You do not need to read those books to understand this one. Indeed, the first two books (FF6, Chrono Trigger) are mostly irrelevant to this one, although hopefully they are interesting in their own right. There are two big, historically important design changes that take place in Half-Life, and the evolution from the composite/CCST style into the set piece style is the first one.