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Pretty similar to the previous video on this map, but I'm pretty happy how this turned out. Over 70+ hours of work went into this, and I think it was well worth all the effort as it turned out decent in my opinion! As the title states, this is the "final" build of it. (That's a lie as I'll probably edit some more stuff.. ). Maybe this will turn into something, maybe not. Either way, it was a fun project to work on and hopefully helped refine my skills. Also: Grass. Anyway, enjoy. Created by Jared, MantaGames.
The 4th tutorial teaches you how to add a character and change its texture. You can also learn how to use the loop command to create movement. Link to the texture file: http://www.gamemaker3d.com/files/character_skin.zip This is how it's suppose to look like: http://http://www.gamemaker3d.com/player?pid=016150
How to get started with the basics of Game Maker's 3D functionality! This includes, specifically: - Initializing 3D (with d3d_start() ) - Setting the camera projection (with d3d_set_projection() ) - Drawing a few basic shapes (with d3d_draw_floor() and d3d_draw_box() ) - Using textures (with background_get_texture() or sprite_get_texture() ) - What happens when things go wrong Again, using Game Maker's 3D is not a walk in the park, if you're going to use it you really need to have a solid understanding of how most other aspects of Game Maker (and programming, in general) works. Download the project file: http://www.mediafire.com/download/vz776i5blbe4bm3/Game_Maker_3D_-_1_-_Setting_Up%2C_Setting_Projections.gmz - - - - - That promised social media link spam. https://twitter.com/DragoniteSpam I do live streams sometimes! http://www.twitch.tv/dragonitespam Rate, comment, subscribe, watch more, enjoy!
These are some 3D horror games I made over the last 4 years or so using Game Maker: Studio and Game Maker 8! I hope you'll enjoy them. Happy Halloween! Games: 00:09 - Concealed (2012) (Game Maker 8) 03:15 - DEBOOT (2016) (Game Maker: Studio) 04:49 - ZX1 C64 (2016) (Game Maker: Studio) 06:58 - Riverhouse (2016) (Game Maker: Studio) 08:46 - Perplexed (2015/2016) (Game Maker: Studio) 11:43 - Mirage (2014) (Game Maker: Studio) I know Concealed looks pretty bad, but I was like 14 when I made it, so please cut me some slack :) I would also like to point out that I made the looping hallway in Concealed before PT was released, so it's not yet another PT clone. I also made a game called Silence which I released on YoYoGames back in 2008. It's a shame it's gone, but it's still an honourable mention in my opinion. Stay safe when tricking and/or treating!
This will be similar to my "Programming a Racing Game" series, but in real time and with commentary! Plus I have an actual plan for what to do with this game! Again, this isn't from scratch, this is an adapted version of my old Game Maker Pokémon engine that I'm not working on anymore. If people want me to go into more detail on how it works, let me know. This is most likely what I'm going to replace my Game Maker tutorials with, since they still have to do with making games but are way more fun to produce. And I guess they can still be moderately educational? The Trello board: https://trello.com/b/052IL7Lo/programmer-s-dog The download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B45VzBIC4FH2dWVnbFVqVWdvRTQ - - - - - That promised social media link spam. https://twitter.com/DragoniteSpam I do live streams sometimes! http://www.twitch.tv/dragonitespam Rate, comment, subscribe, watch more, enjoy!