[quote="abhilash2863":3eb67wpk][quote="Lost my Keys":3eb67wpk][quote="abhilash2863":3eb67wpk]i'd love to use python if there was some documentation for it...since i'm new to python it's difficult to start without any help and using construct without it is something i really won't like because without it construct would be just a point and click game creation kit, i know it is aimed towards beginners as they don't know coding but it's not that they shouldn't start coding anytime their life.... at some point of time they will have to......i think it's the part where game maker or other software win but apart from it construct is a great tool, but until construct has some ability of programming( i know its there but sort of directionless without any help and docs) i'll just wait and watch
If you actually used construct (by your own admittance you said you haven't), you'd realize it's more than some point and click game creation kit, and the events IS scripting, it just lets you create it differently. Don't judge things before you even use them, or put them down as too simple for you when you can't (by your own admittance) even use things slightly more complex.[/quote:3eb67wpk]
sorry if that offends you, i didn't mean it to be offensive but i just meant that people are more attracted to tools that have BOTH point-click options and programming as well....and you were right about that i can't handle things that are complex...i was confused when i tried to make a breakout game in construct
..... honestly saying i'm not a skilled programmer i'm just a novice and the programming language i know that is action script 2 is one of the easiest programming languages out there and is no match for python
i just wanted to say that the lack of help about scripting in construct was a downside of it
again sorry if that has offended you[/quote:3eb67wpk]
Thing is though you can do a heck of a lot with constructs events, to the point where you probably wouldn't even need to use python. They (events) might look simple on the surface, but all it is, is just a different way to view regular scripting. You should give them a try, you'll be pleasantly surprised at just what can be done with events.