Essential Reading

Beginner's guide to Construct 2

by Ashley
Published 6 years ago

Well done for choosing Construct 2! Let's get started making your first HTML5 game. We'll be making the 'Ghost Shooter' demo game. Try it out here first so you know what we're aiming for: a player who looks at the mouse, moves with arrow keys, and

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Building a platform game - a beginner's guide

by Velojet
Published 5 years ago

You'll learn how to:- Best use built-in behaviors- Switch animations: standing > running > falling ...- Test for progress and award points Building blocks - the objects to insert Key to a platform game are two types of objects: Solids an

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How to make a Platform game

by Ashley
Published 5 years ago

Construct 2 can make all kinds of 2D games. In this tutorial, you'll be taken through the basics of making a platform game in Construct 2. If you're new to Construct 2 and would prefer to make a top-down shooter style game, check out this alternati

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Newest Tutorials

Performance Tips, for Families, Behaviours and Animations.

by tunepunk
Published 23 hours ago

This tutorial will explain a little bit about how certain features in the C2 runtime work. And how they can impact your performance. It might or might not be the cause of some slowdowns but it could be worth testing if you are experiencing performanc

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Simple & Clean For AI-moving between two locations

by TheCrazyPrince
Published 2 days ago

When you are new to construct you might use blocks as a way to make the enemies or other NPC's change directions.Let me introduce a way to make it all alot more clean! Ladies and gents, let me present: The Casual!(that's the AI's name)This AI can be

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Fixed screen- Roomchanger

by TheCrazyPrince
Published 2 days ago

Today we will make a "Fixed screen" (No scrolling), but when the PC moves out of view, the camera changes accordingly.It's a fairly simple code, and moslty uses the sprite's in construct to determine where the camera should be. i will post a cap.x th

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