“Making a New Blog Design”
It might take a while
As you have read in my previous post (Basic Sprite Movement) a few months ago, I explained in that tutorial how you can make your sprite move across the game screen. Today, I will be showing you a game that
Philippine Arena is set to be the world’s largest domed arena by 2014. Iglesia Ni Cristo(Church of Christ) a Filipino Christian church signed a $175 million contract with Hanwha E&C(Engineering & Construction) Corp. on August 4, 2011 in a ceremony attended by Hanwha E&C officials including vice chairman Kim Hyun-chung and INC Executive Minister Eduardo V Manalo and many other guests to build several structures including the Philippine Arena. Having a 50,000 seating capacity and 36,000 square meters, Philippine Arena makes it to be the world’s largest domed arena.
I’ve been messing around with Game Maker Pro version for a couple of months now, and I learned a few tricks to help you build your own game. Game Maker is a software that you can use to create your own game without any or little knowledge in coding Java, C++, etc. By the way, Game Maker has a free version “Game Maker Lite” which you can download at the official site yoyogames.com. What I’m going to teach today is about basic sprite movement, it can be 4-directional and 8 directional as you like.
So let’s start:
Its been quite a while since I last posted here on my blog, and now I decided to have a new design for my blog. Last time I created my own custom design, but this time I used the “Modest” theme from elegantthemes.com because I find it nice and clean. I subscribed to their services.
Just a couple of hours ago I dreamt of a disaster, and to be honest this was the scariest of all the bad dreams I had. I did not woke up or stood up already from my bed because I’m trying to remember some clear details that I saw. After a couple of minutes doing just that, I stood up and went to the kitchen to drink something (water), and I came back to my room to open my computer to