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Save the Totem: HTML5 game prototype made with Construct2 – Emanuele Feronato

November 18, 2011

Save the Totem: HTML5 game prototype made with Construct2

November 18, 2011 • Game design, Html, Javascript by Emanuele Feronato • 2 Comments

As promised, let me show you how to make a game with Construct2.

First, let’s introduce the two main actors in the game: Layouts and Event sheets.

Layouts are basically the equivalent of Flash Scenes and represent the “stuff” you place in your game, such as the splash screen, the level selection screen, the game itself, the game over screen, and so on.

Event sheets contain what happens behind the scenes, such as events and subsequent actions.

While I recommend you to learn the bare bones (how to create a a project, how to import graphics, and so on) in the official tutorial page, I’ll show you the logic I used in the making of this little one-level game:

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