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Fetch in the Forest by 47% Games


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Baby Thief by Mahdi Ghasemi

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SL1D3R by RicoTV

Mr Meal by Pan Gangowski

Calculo de resistores by Paulo Mello

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Minitize by Ahnaf30e

Apocalipse Maromba — DEMO by Emerson Marks

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Logic Move by FRG_Games_Studio

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Legend of Gelbo Demo by Andrew Greenwood

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RockStalkers 4: Teleportation realm by Super Sega

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Until My Last Breath (Reboot) by Coloured Studios

Dig Train by Super Sega

Strike Force — Alone Commander by MIUSOFT

Pig Rush by Cruz Studios

Dungeon Knight by Stefano_Gaming

Monkey Milk by Poala Productions

Jumping Cube by IRJM Games

Yvan’s Quest by NRGameLab

Cloud Heart by Sodafrost

Psycho Adventures: Platformer by bundyboy


Koko The Fixer by Dtreap

Laikaban by Pih Realms, Coeur, Half a Mirror

dog topple by Sulfur-Cretin

Juice Empire by Pan Gangowski

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This video goes over camera controls within the GDevelop game engine. Going over camera movement, zoom, rotation, and camera shake. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

Intermediate:Timers And Waiting

This video goes over timers and the new wait action within the GDevelop game engine. Going over both timers by explaining how they’re different, and showing some use cases for each. Including using the timers to control the firerate of a gun, and using the wait action to delay sections of a count down timer. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

Intermediate: Saving & Loading (Storage)

As you transcend the basics of GDevelop, you’ll want to have things stay the same each time someone opens your game. In this video, we take a look at how to accomplish exactly this!

Advanced Tutorial: Saving & Loading (Storage)

As you begin making more advanced games with GDevelop, you’ll want to learn this trick to save/load all of your variables with just 3 actions. This will allow you to develop larger games without the worry of your save/load system getting too out of hand.

Exporting Your Game To Itch.io — From GDevelop

In this video we’ll be exporting a game from GDevelop. We’ll be exporting both a html game file and a PC build. This video will also show people how to upload that exported game to itch.io, as well as good practices to ensure your game can be found when you search for games made with the GDevelop engine.

In Depth Tutorial: Tweens (Squash, Stretch, and More)

This video teaches GDevelop users about the tween behavior, and briefly goes over some simple juicy game effects and animations. We show an example of how to do squash and stretch, the Mario game ghost, and the Mario game coin block. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

In Depth Tutorial: Platform(er)

This video goes over the platformer behavior. How to use it, and what sort of events relate to the behavior. We take you from a blank scene to having a moving animated platformer character. This will be useful for any game developers who are just starting out with the engine, or someone who might have missed something with the platformer behavior.

In Depth Tutorial: Top Down Behavior

This video goes over the top down movement behavior. How to use it, and what sort of conditions relate to the behavior. We show you the different styles of movement that can come from the behavior as well as how to achieve an isometric or 2.5D game effect with Z-ordering. This tutorial will be useful for any game developers using GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game-making app.

In Depth Tutorial: Physics Engine 2.0

This video goes over the basics of the physics engine in GDevelop. What the various options do within the behavior page, and some examples of how to use it. As well as how to make a basic brick breaker game. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game making app.

In Depth Tutorial: Particle Emitter

This video goes over the basics of the particle emitter object in GDevelop. What the various options do within the object page, and some examples of how to use it. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

In Depth Tutorial: Sprite

This video goes over the sprite object for the GDevelop game engine. Going over collision masks, points, and animations while explaining the use cases for those tools. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

How To Make A Platformer Game — Part 1

In this video we’ll be creating a platformer, using the platformer behavior that comes with GDevelop by default. We’ll be going through this tutorial at a fairly quick pace because you should have watched the other tutorials before watching this video. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

How To Make A Platformer Game — Part 2

In this video we’ll be adding 2 types of enemies to our platformer game. We’ll be going through this tutorial at a fairly quick pace because you should have watched our other tutorials before watching this video. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

How To Make A Platformer Game — Part 3

In this platformer example video we’ll be going over ladders, a checkpoint system, the parallaxing background, and a win screen with a points system. We’ll be going through this tutorial at a fairly quick pace because you should have watched our other tutorials before watching this video. These tutorials are designed to teach you how to make a game in GDevelop, a no-code, open-source, free, and easy game engine.

Example: Asteroids — Part 1

In this video we’ll be recreating asteroids using the physics behavior that comes with GDevelop by default. We’ll be going through this tutorial at a fairly quick pace because you should have watched the intro tutorial playlist before watching this video.

Example: Asteroids + — Part 2

In this video we’ll be adding game juice. Which is basically particle effects, sound effects, screen shake, and everything that makes a game feel good to play. If you haven’t watched the first video in this 2 part series, be sure to do so because it goes over how we actually built this game.

Platformer Tutorial

Make a platform game from scratch.

Space Shooter Tutorial

Make a space shooter game from scratch.

How to Make a 2D Car or Bike Movement With Physics Engine

Learn how to create a physics based car movement.

Create a 2D Platformer Shooter

Create a 2D platform game where the player can shoot at enemies chasing him.

Tank Shooter Tutorial

Make a simple tank shooter game from scratch.

Endless Runner Tutorial

Make a simple game where the player must jump on platforms for as long as possible.

Endless Car Game Tutorial

Create a simple game where you must dodge the cars on the road.

Breakout Tutorial

Create a simple breakout game where you must destroy all the bricks on the screen.

How To Do Game Feel Right

Game feel, or game juice, is that extra bit of polish that helps make a game go from «good» to great. In this video we’ll cover and show examples of the different effects that add to game feel.

3D No-Code Game — A GDevelop Community Extension

It is possible to create a 3D game using GDevelop with an extension that was created by PANDAKO, who is a long time GDevelop user and community member.

Add Melee Beat’em Up Combat

This video shows game developers using GDevelop how to easily implement melee combat in their game. Showing two different kinds of attacks, and how to make enemies attack the player.

Creating Random Level Design

Randomly generated content in video games can create a lot of variety for your players. In this video we talk about 3 different ways to randomly generate levels in your game.

Easy RNG That Has A Big Effect In Your Game

RNG is a useful tool for gamedevs, especially with roguelikes or games with repetition as part of their game loop. Loot drops, enemy behavior, and level generation can all be forms of randomization. And in this video we tackle some of the simplest forms of RNG to help get your game started.

Add Damage, Armor, Dodge Chance, Etc.

This new update makes managing the health and stats of your characters, enemies, and object in game much easier! We show how to make a juicy hit, and then use the health extension to modify how the hit works with the player.

Create Enemy AI

We go over a number of simple game enemies, and then a couple more advanced versions that use similar mechanics to enemies in Mario and Hollow Knight. We create AI for patrolling enemies, flying enemies, and enemies that wait in place to attack the player.

How To Make A Boss Fight

This video shows 1 of the many ways there are to set up a boss fight. It goes over randomly picking behaviors from a set list you’ve created, and expanding on that list of boss behaviors and as the boss loses health.

How To:

Squash and stretch the player in your game

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Make a spooky ghost chase the player

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Make a typewriter effect in your game

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Add gamepad controls to your game

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Add platformer behavior to the player

Create Animated Buttons

Create animated buttons that can be shown in your game menus (main menu, selection screen, etc…).

Character Selection

Learn how to add a selector to choose a character (or anything else) in your game.

Create a Flickering Dynamic Light Effect

Learn how to create a dynamic light following the player, with a flickering effect.

Ghost Enemy Following the Player

Make a ghost like enemy floating toward the player.

Create a Health Bar and Health Potion

How to show a health bar on screen and a potion to give back health to the player.

Melee/Sword Attack

Learn how to make a melee/sword attack with a randomly triggered animation each time a key is pressed.

Open a Loot Chest

How to open a loot chest with a key that the player can find in the level.

Particle Effects

Learn how to use particle emitters in GDevelop to create effects like fire, explosion, magic beam, etc…

Pause Menu

Learn how to stop the time and make a pause menu.

Platformer with the physics engine

Learn how to make a platformer game using the physics engine.

Push Objects

Learn how to push objects, like a box, in a platform game.

Reponsive UI

Learn how to add responsive UI using anchors.

Save and Load

Learn how to save the player progress, and other information, and to load them again later.

Screen Shake Effect with Timers and Variables

Learn how to add a screen shake effect when the player falls from a very high platform in a platformer.

How to Create a Simple Game with Physics and Particles

Create a game from scratch using physics and particles.

Make a Simple Trampoline/Jump Pad

Create a trampoline in your platformer game, making the player jump very high when stepped on.

Smooth Camera Movement

Learn how to make the camera follow the player in a smooth movement.

Create a Touch 360 Joystick Controller

How to create a joystick displayed on screen, useful to control the player in mobile games.

Tween Behavior

Learn how to use the Tween Behavior and how it can be used to add more life and animation to you projects.

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