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2D Free Game Engines for Beginners 2021 | Digital Brilliance Hour


Game Engines for Beginners 2021 for 2D development In this video we are discussing free game engines that are geared towards beginners in 2021. All mentioned are open source, which means totally free. So if you're looking to get into game development, and you want to experience what it's like, these 8 free game engines can help! Key Moments In This Episode 0:00 - Intro 0:23 - Types of Engines 1:19 - Solar 2D: 🤍 1:49 - Defold: 🤍 2:20 - Godot: 🤍 2:53 - Ct.js: 🤍 3:11 - Gdevelop: 🤍 3:36 - Pixelbox.js: 🤍 3:59 - Truly Beginner Types 4:12 - MUGEN: 🤍 4:51 - OpenBOR: 🤍 5:41 - Tutorials Resources Gamefromscratch 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 GDQuest 🤍 OpenBOR Tutorials OpenBOR Beginner's Course 🤍

The Best Game Engines of 2021


Are you wondering what game engine you should use on your gamedev journey? Then this video is for you! In previous videos, we have talked about game engines we personally like but for this episode, we asked the Ask Gamedev community to tell us about their game engine of choice. Well... the community has spoken. While there were too many suggestions to list, we’ve tabulated the votes, and have come up with the Ask Gamedev community’s top 5 favourite Game Development Engines. ► Check out the Engines: ►► Construct 3 - 🤍 ►► Construct Classic - 🤍 ►► GameMaker - 🤍 ►► Unreal Engine - 🤍 ►► Unity - 🤍 ►► Godot - 🤍 ►► Pico-8 - 🤍 ►► GDevelop - 🤍 ►► Phaser - 🤍 ► Game Ideas Explained - 8 Ways to Generate Video Game Ideas [2021] ► 🤍 ► A New Gamedev Video Every Week! Subscribe ► 🤍 ► About Ask Gamedev We're a group of game industry veterans that make videos on games, the game industry, and more! This channel is for anyone that's interested in video game development. ► Check out Ask Gamedev on Discord 🤍 ► Follow us Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Web: 🤍 #Gameengines #Godot #Gamedev

The Best 2D Game Engines in 2018


By the end of this video, you’ll know what 2D game engine choices to consider, what type of games these engines have made in the past, and what genres of games they are best used for. 2D games represent the single biggest games market, and these are the best game engines for creating awesome 2D games that can compete on mobile, console, or desktop. Whether you are distributing on iOS, Android, consoles, or Steam, these game engines have the features and track record to deserve your consideration. If you want to learn more about Game Engines - check out these recent Ask GameDev Videos: Make Games Without Coding by Using These Engines!: 🤍 The best game engines: 🤍 The best free game engines: 🤍 ► Check out the Ask Gamedev Community Member Game of the Week: Moon Cheeser 🤍 ► A New Gamedev Video Every Week! Subscribe ► 🤍 ► About Ask Gamedev We're a group of game industry veterans that make videos on games, the game industry, and more! This channel is for anyone that's interested in video game development. ► Follow us Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Web: 🤍 Check out Ask Gamedev on Discord! Chat about game development in realtime. 🤍

ct.js 2D Game Engine Hands-On


Today we are checking out the ct.js 3.0 game engine, a 2D game engine for Mac, Windows and Linux. It is free with the source code available on GitHub under the MIT license. It also contains everything you need in one place, uses a relatively simple JavaScript API and should be an appropriate 2D game engine for beginners or teachers. Links 🤍 - *Support GFS on Patreon* : 🤍 *GameDev News* : 🤍 *GameDev Tutorials* : 🤍 *Join us On Discord* : 🤍 *Twitter* : 🤍

2D Game Engine by 13-YEAR-OLD! // Code Review


The first 1000 people to use the link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: 🤍 Patreon ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Send an email to chernoreview🤍gmail.com with your source code, a brief explanation, and what you need help with/want me to review and you could be in the next episode of my Code Review series! Also let me know if you would like to remain anonymous. Twitter ► 🤍 Discord ► 🤍 This video is sponsored by Skillshare.

10 Game Engines for 2022


The year is coming to an end so we need to prepare for next and what other way than to get a list of the engines to try out next year. {More Game Engines With Links} Construct 3 - 🤍 Rpg-Paper-Maker - 🤍 Unreal Engine - 🤍 Unity - 🤍 Godot - 🤍 PlayCanvas - 🤍 Pico-8 - 🤍 GDevelop - 🤍 Phaser - 🤍 GB Studio - 🤍 {Social } Discord 🤍 Itch.io 🤍 Twitter(🤍TheGemDev) = 🤍 Reddit 🤍 Patreon 🤍 Instagram(🤍TheGemDev) 🤍 #godot #gamedev #unity #unrealengine #godotengine #unityengine #gdevelop #construct3 #construct2 #pico #phaser #laycanvas #gbstudio

I Made The SAME GAME in 3 Game Engines


Making the same game in Godot, Unity and Unreal. Cowboys, bottles and ragdolls yay Link to Discord: 🤍 Links to me: 🤍 🤍

There is no Good 2D Game Engine so I MADE MY OWN


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What is the best game engine for YOUR game


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Top 10 Reasons Why I Switched to Godot Game Engine


Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code: GOODGIS. 10 Reasons Why I Switched to Godot Game Engine. So you're looking for a game engine that works for you? Well, here's my top 10 reasons one why I left Construct and Game Maker Studios for Godot game engine. Not only that but I used to use Unity, Unreal Engine, and even RPG Maker. Check out Godot Game Engine here: 🤍 If you like my videos and find them helpful, you can support me over my Patreon page here: ✨ 🤍 ✨ ✦ Discord - 🤍 ✦ Twitter - 🤍 ✦ Games - 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:39 Top 10 Reasons 1:03 Number 1 1:32 Number 2 2:08 Number 3 2:30 Number 4 2:53 Number 5 3:34 Squarespace 4:29 Number 6 4:57 Number 7 5:25 Number 8 5:55 Number 9 6:30 Number 10 7:08 Final Thoughts 7:38 Don't Be Bullied 8:06 Shout Outs ┈ Check Out Some Other Cool Videos and Game Devs! ┈ Goodgis - How I Learned to Create GAMES (No School Required) 🤍 Goodgis - Pixel Art Tips from a Professional Artist - Tips & Tricks 🤍 Goodgis - How I Actually Make Money from Indie Games 🤍 PolyMars - Best Python Game Wins $1000 - Game Making Challenge 🤍 Barji - Making a Game to Save the Oceans... 🤍 PolyMars - Learning SDL2 in 48 Hours - GMTK Game Jam 2020 🤍 #Goodgis #godot #gamedev

Introduction to the free CT.JS 2D game engine.


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How to make a 2D game in Unreal Engine 5 - Beginner Tutorial


Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Join our Community Discord: 🤍 Since the 2D Side Scroller Template has been removed with Unreal Engine 5, it has become a lot harder to get started making 2D games in Unreal Engine. In this beginner tutorial I will show you how you can create a simple 2D platformer from scratch which you can then use as a template to create all sorts of 2D or sprite based games. Sunny Land Asset pack by Ansimuz: 🤍 Other Videos: 2D Sprites in 3D World with Unreal Engine [HD-2D]: 🤍 Overcoming 2D Sprite Limitations in Unreal Engine: 🤍 If you enjoyed this video, please subscribe: 🤍 ● Twitter: 🤍 Timecodes: 0:00 Intro 0:30 Set up the 2D Project and Map 1:30 Import Sprites 2:15 Create the background 2:45 Make a tile set and tile map 4:28 Create a 2D Paper Character 7:37 Auto Exposure and Anti Aliasing 8:24 Add a 2D Follow Camera 9:01 Set up the game mode and default pawn 10:37 Adjust max brightness 10:54 Set up Input Events 11:50 Enable Character Movement 12:30 Enable the run animation 14:20 Turn character with movement direction 15:40 Adjust camera rotation and collision 16:28 Make the character jump 17:26 Adjust Character Movement Component values 18:10 Camera Lag and Motion Blur 18:54 Making 2D/3D Hybrid games with this template 19:18 Lighting Adjustments 19:50 Constraint Character to Plane 20:23 Orthographic vs. Perspective Camera Icons made by Freepik (🤍) from Flaticon (🤍 #cobracode #gamedev #madewithunreal #indiedev #gamedevelopment

Best Game Engines For 2D


You're a video game developer or planning to become one? We got your back. In this video you will discover the best 2D game engines and the specificities of each one. 🔴Don’t miss out on similar enlightening videos that make game dev accessible for you! _ 00:00 Intro 00:47 Unity 01:48 Godot 03:16 Ren'Py 04:11 Phaser 04:55 Defold 05:40 GameMaker Studio2 06:34 Cocos2d 07:12 Paper 2D 07:53 Contrauct3 Inspirationtuts 3D Channel: 🤍 inspirationTuts 2D Channel: 🤍 inspirationTuts CAD Channel: 🤍 Help Us Create More Content: 🤍

Top 10 2D and 3D Video Game Engines (For Beginners & Advanced)


Here are the Top 10 Best 2D and 3D Video Game Engines for Beginners and Advanced video game developers. The video includes game engines with photorealistic graphics, engines for low end pcs which are leight weight and some for people who can't code, which run on Windows, Linux and MacOS. [SHOW MORE] Subscribe here: 🤍 Download my latest game Mape | Maze Escape here: 🤍 Game Engine Links: 10. Defold: 🤍 9: GDevelop: 🤍 8: Solar2D: 🤍 Solar2D for Linux: 🤍 Old Homepage (Corona SDK): 🤍 7: Torque3D: 🤍 6: Construct3: 🤍 5: CryEngine: 🤍 4: Game Maker Studio 2: 🤍 3: Unreal Engine: 🤍 2: Godot: 🤍 1: Unity: 🤍 Timestamps 0:00 - Introduction 0:22 - Defold 1:06 - GDevelop 1:53 - Solar2D (Corona SDK) 2:27 - Torque3D 3:17 - Construct3 4:27 - CryEngine 5:18 - Game Maker Studio 2 6:27 - Unreal Engine 7:18 - Godot 8:11 - Unity 9:20 - Outro Music: The background music was made by me. If you have any questions about the game, or in general, post them in the comments down below. I'll try to answer as quick as possible. Hey. I am Shiny Emerald Games, an indie game developer. I love to make games using Unity and C#. If you like to follow along my game dev journey, here on this channel, smash that red subscribe button. ;-)

The Best FREE Software for Game Development! (In my Opinion)


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1 Year of Learning Game Development In 6 Minutes


I spent almost 1 Year learning game development in Unity, with no prior experience, and here's the entire progress in 6 minutes! Subscribe for another year! ● Join to get custom emojis and additional perks: 🤍 Have you ever tried liking a video? It's pretty cool. ● Download my Games: 🤍 ● Twitter - 🤍 ● Watch my other videos Giedzilla - I Made Runescape, But It's First Person Shooter 🤍 Giedzilla - I Made Game Using the WORST Program 🤍 Giedzilla - I Made an Ultimate Puzzle Game to Trick You 🤍 Giedzilla - I Turned Them Into a Boss Battles In My Game 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made 3D RPG Open World Game in Unity 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made a 2D Game with NO Experience (you can too) 🤍 Giedzilla - How I Made my First Mobile Game in Unity! 🤍 Giedzilla - I Made a Game You Play with your Voice in Unity 🤍 ● Timestamps Coming soon ● Description Almost 1 year ago I started learning game development in Unity. That means I had to learn c#, how to make game assets, and a billion other things. I've made 5 games so far: a 2d hack and slash game, a voice-controlled platformer, a tower builder for androids, a 3d RPG gladiators game, and a 3d puzzle game. How did I do all of that? Well, youtube is full of great game dev videos, and... ok ok, it was brackeys. ● About Digging deep, huh? I am an indie game developer and self-taught(don't know much) programmer and artist. I make videos about games I make in Unity's game engine, drawing game assets, and everything related to games in general. If you are an epic gamer yourself you should join my journey and be a part of it! ● Music Intro song : Blitz - Retro Gaming Version [Royalty Free] Music provided and produced by LonePeakMusic Link : 🤍 Renaissance by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Artist: 🤍 #gamedev #unity #giedzilla #makegames #unity3d #rpg

Best Visual Scripting Game Engines! *For people that hate to code!*


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Choosing A Game Engine in 2021


The process of selecting a game engine is always tricky and in 2021 we have more choices than ever before. This video is to help make that decision easier by giving suggestions for a number of different scenarios. Links: 🤍 - *Support* : 🤍 *GameDev News* : 🤍 *GameDev Tutorials* : 🤍 *Discord* : 🤍 *Twitter* : 🤍 - *Timeline*: 0:00 Introduction and Overview 0:54 Game Engine to... Land a Job 1:29 Game Engine to... Make Your First 2D Game 3:35 Game Engine to... Artist Creating A Portfolio 4:33 Game Engine to... Work On Open Source 5:12 Game Engine to... Ship a 2D Cross Platform Game 9:08 Game Engine to... Learn How To Make My Own Game Engine 10:46 Game Engine to... Make Your First 3D Game 13:46 Game Engine to... Teach A Child To Create Games 15:31 Game Engine to... Ship A 3D Cross Platform Title 17:08 Game Engine to... Create an HTML5 Game 19:07 Honourable Mentions & Other Engines 26:16 Conclusions

3 Months of Learning Game Development


Use my link 🤍 and check out the first chapter of any DataCamp course for FREE to unlock new career opportunities and become data fluent today! Game dev artists I recommend: 🤍 🤍 s o c i a l s ☕ Discord: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 business inquiries: michael🤍rainysun.day s u p p o r t 👏 BuyMeACoffee: 🤍 programmer merch: 🤍 Join the club: 🤍 my book list (affiliate): 🤍 g e a r (affiliates) 🖥️ Keyboard: 🤍 Mouse: 🤍 Monitors: 🤍 Chair: 🤍 Desk: 🤍 Mic: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 gear store: 🤍 d e s c r i p t i o n 🔥 Chapters: 00:00 - intro 00:41 - how I got into game dev 01:14 - choosing a game engine 01:38 - the struggle with side projects 03:10 - my experience with Unity 06:00 - other problems and my game dev experience 07:51 - should you try game dev? 08:01 - do I recommend Unity? 08:29 - how do you learn? 09:01 - staying consistent? 09:35 - has game dev ruined the magic? 10:00 - outro Checkout my other devlogs: Building My Dream Game Devlog 1: 🤍 My Indie RPG Has Problems Devlog 2: 🤍 Developing My Indie RPG is Confusing Devlog 3: 🤍 Gods and Spells in My Indie RPG Devlog 4: 🤍 Other videos used: Unity 5 2D Platformer: 🤍 Halo Infinite Campaign Launch Trailer: 🤍 A little over 3 months ago I decided to try game development for the first time. In the past, I never really was interested in game dev or game design. I've always loved playing video games, but I was hesitant to try game development as I thought it might ruin the magic of video games overall. This video is less of a devlog, and more of a reflection on my experience developing a game so far. But the inevitable YouTube algorithm started to recommend game dev channels, and I was hooked. To start off, I had to decide on a game engine. Some popular game engines are Unity, Unreal, Godot, Gamemaker, Construct, and RPGMaker. I really like C# as a programming language, and many of the tutorials I began watching were using Unity, so I felt Unity was a solid initial choice. I also decided to focus on developing a 2D game similar to Stardew Valley, because I thought making a 3D game may be a little more complex than my free time would support. One thing I usually struggle with when it comes to software engineering side projects, is that I start a lot of projects, but I don't finish a lot of projects (mostly due to waning interest). I didn't want that to happen with game development, so I decided to only work on it when I want to. To hopefully avoid burnout, and not make game dev and design feel like a chore or job. Creating art for game development is also a hurdle. I've tried pixel art and let me tell you, it did not go well. Therefore I decided to pay and support really talented pixel artists, instead of dreading creating terrible looking sprites. You can find the link to their itch pages above! Overall, game development has been the most fun software engineering side project I've ever worked on. Indie game dev is more satisfying as its very visual and tangible (similar to web dev). And in general, I recommend anyone interested in game development or game design, at least try it out. I think Unity is a great engine, but there are a lot of other engines out there to try as well. And remember, if you are doing this for fun, don't make it another job (unless you want to)! #gamedev #softwareengineering #devlog This video was sponsored by Datacamp. c r e d i t s 🎵 Blue Wednesday - Middle School 🤍 Blue Wednesday, Shopan - Home Court 🤍 Aviino - Jasmine 🤍 oddfish - Toddle 🤍 Cloudchord, Smile High, Teddy Roxpin - Sirens 🤍 d i s c l a i m e r I do not claim to own any or all of the pictures/footage that may be shown in this video. All of my opinions are entirely my own and do not represent any company I work for or am affiliated with. Any financial topics discussed are not financial advice.

Starting a new 2d platformer with ECS


Building a new 2d platformer from scratch using Rust and the Bevy game engine. Follow along on GitHub: 🤍

FlatRedBall -- 2D C# Game Engine


Today we are taking a look at a free and open source C# based game engine that's been around for more than 15 years and is still under active development. It's FlatRedBall, built on top of MonoGame, it provides additional tools and APIs to make creating 2D games in C# easier. Link: 🤍

Code a 2D Game Engine using Java - Full Course for Beginners


Learn how to program a 2D game engine from scratch using the Java Programming Language. You will use the game engine to create a Super Mario Clone but the engine can be used to create other games as well. 💻 Code: 🤍 ✏️ Course created by GamesWithGabe. Check out his channel: 🤍 🎥 Part 2 (final hour of this course): 🤍 ⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️ ⌨️ (00:00:06) Introduction ⌨️ (00:07:54) Setting up the Window with LWJGL ⌨️ (00:25:20) Adding Event Listeners with GLFW ⌨️ (00:51:42) Creating a Scene Manager & Delta Time Variable ⌨️ (01:11:26) How OpenGL Graphics Programming Works ⌨️ (01:32:53) Drawing the First Square ⌨️ (02:02:56) Regexes and Shader Abstraction ⌨️ (02:24:25) Game Camera OpenGL ⌨️ (02:47:47) GLSL Shaders ⌨️ (03:08:45) Texture Loading in LWJGL3 ⌨️ (03:36:02) Entity Component System ⌨️ (04:06:25) Batch Rendering in LWJGL3 ⌨️ (04:50:00) Resource Management in LWJGL3 ⌨️ (05:05:30) Texture Batching ⌨️ (05:38:48) Spritesheets ⌨️ (06:01:12) Dirty Flags in Rendering ⌨️ (06:23:17) Alpha Blending and Z-Indexing ⌨️ (06:38:56) Integrating ImGui ⌨️ (07:01:56) ImGui Fonts and Scene Integration ⌨️ (07:19:43) Serialization with Gson ⌨️ (07:42:48) Deserialization with Gson ⌨️ (08:06:03) Exposing Variables to the Level Editor ⌨️ (08:25:29) Converting Screen Coords to World Coords ⌨️ (08:49:27) Drag 'N Drop Level Editor ⌨️ (09:15:25) Debug Drawing Functions ⌨️ (09:47:35) Snap To Grid Tool ⌨️ (10:10:25) Debug Drawing Boxes and Circles ⌨️ (10:28:58) Framebuffers in OpenGL ⌨️ (10:52:56) ImGui Docking in Java LWJGL ⌨️ (11:11:55) Adding a Game Viewport ⌨️ (11:34:51) Mouse Screen Coordinates to Game Viewport Coordinates ⌨️ (11:50:01) Pixel PERFECT Mouse Picking ⌨️ (12:23:39) Enabling Mouse Picking and Code Maintenance ⌨️ (12:35:16) Editor Camera Controls with Lerp ⌨️ (13:01:48) Coding Gizmos ⌨️ (13:31:03) Translate and Scale Gizmo ⌨️ (14:04:29) Properties Panel ⌨️ (14:33:53) Integrating JBox2D in our Engine ⌨️ (14:54:53) Event System and Box2D Physics ⌨️ (15:19:09) Adding an Engine Runtime (Play/Stop Buttons) ⌨️ (16:10:10) Refactoring and Physics ⌨️ (16:40:28) Font Rendering ⌨️ (16:43:34) Beginning Scene Hierarchy & ImGui Upgrade ⌨️ (17:00:38) Scene Panel Drag & Drop (ImGui) ⌨️ (17:18:31) Even More Bug Fixing ⌨️ (17:44:51) 2D Animations ⌨️ (18:18:29) Sounds with OpenAL ⌨️ (18:44:27) Improving the Editor ⌨️ (19:21:24) How to Use Box2D Physics ⌨️ (20:06:12) Pillbox Colliders and Player Controllers ⌨️ (20:45:32) Variable Length Jumps ⌨️ (21:25:28) Powerups ⌨️ (21:51:52) Goomba AI ⌨️ (22:29:59) Mario Pipes & Editor Improvements ⌨️ (23:01:59) Game Camera & Grid Lines ⌨️ (23:28:28) Mario Turtle AI ⌨️ (🤍 Adding Flag Poles to Mario ⌨️ (🤍 Fireballs and Bug Fixes ⌨️ (🤍 The LAST Episode and Distributing your Game 🎉 Thanks to our Champion and Sponsor supporters: 👾 Raymond Odero 👾 Agustín Kussrow 👾 aldo ferretti 👾 Otis Morgan 👾 DeezMaster Learn to code for free and get a developer job: 🤍 Read hundreds of articles on programming: 🤍

making a renderer for my 2D game engine


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Godot in 100 Seconds


Godot is a popular open source engine for building 2D and 3D games. It is similar to Unity in many ways, but is lightweight (35Mb) and provides it's own custom scripting language called GDScript. #gamedev #programming #100SecondsOfCode 💬 Chat with Me on Discord 🤍 🔗 Resources Godot Game Engine 🤍 Godot on GitHub 🤍 Unity in 100 Seconds 🤍 C# in 100 Seconds 🤍 🔥 Get More Content - Upgrade to PRO Upgrade at 🤍 Use code YT25 for 25% off PRO access 🎨 My Editor Settings - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font 🔖 Topics Covered - What is the Godot Game Engine? - Open-source game engines - Godot basics tutorial - Godot vs Unity - What makes Godot special? - How GDScript works - Best Game Engine to learn for beginners

The TOP FREE Software for Game Development (2022)


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Pixelbox -- New All-In-One Easy 2D Game Engine


Pixelbox is a new open source 2D game engine, with a complete set of tools, including a map editor, sprite editor, sound FX and music tracker all powered by an easy to use JavaScript API. Pixelbox would be an ideal engine for Game Jams or other small projects. Link: 🤍 Other Links: New Discord Server 🤍 Patreon Support Link 🤍

C# Basic 2D Game engine from scratch!


In this stream i will be making a basic 2d game engine from scratch. As most of you know i'v been very busy over the last month so i am using this stream as a bit of a refresher for my own brain. come on in and chat with me, maybe learn something new? Discord: 🤍 Like what i do and want to support me? Check out my patreon page! 🤍

Best Open Source Game Engines in 2019


Are you looking for an open source game engine? In this video we will be taking a look at the best open-source game engines available in 2019. Game engines featured include GDevelop, CoronaSDK, and more! ► Make Games Without Coding by Using These Engines!: 🤍 ► A New Gamedev Video Every Week! Subscribe ► 🤍 ► Check out Ask Gamedev on Discord! Chat about game development in realtime. 🤍 ► About Ask Gamedev We're a group of game industry veterans that make videos on games, the game industry, and more! This channel is for anyone that's interested in video game development. ► Follow us Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Web: 🤍 #gamedev #indiedev #gameengines

Make your first 2D platformer game IN JUST 10 MINUTES (Godot Game Engine)


We're back with a beginner-friendly 10 minute tutorial for a 2D platformer game with Godot! Hoping that this could help you out with your game dev journey. If you liked it, smash that subscribe button and ring that bell! and a "Like" would be appreciated. Ps. Took me time to upload and create this video due to my computer; specifically, my hard drive (Which contains all my programs, projects, clips for content) - breaking out of the blue while this video was in production :( It's truly disheartening. But I promise to come back with the Devlog journeys better than ever! -Elijah Get my Sprites here!: 🤍 Edit: More Sprites here!: 🤍 Edit: Even more Sprites here!: 🤍 Music used in this video: ➤Otis McDonald / Scarlet Fire ➤Otis McDonald / Sneaking on September ➤Unicorn Heads / Trip Around the Moon ➤Sextile / Purple ➤Density & Time / Castlevania I claim no rights to the music used in this video #GameDevelopment #Godot

Everything You Need in a 2D Game Engine (Hazel 2D) - Let's Talk


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How to Build a 2D Renderer | Game Engine series


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TileEngine 2D Retro Game Engine / Free Open Source / C, C++, C#, Python, Pascal, FreeBasic, Java


Site: 🤍 Download: 🤍 Pascal: 🤍 Python: 🤍 C#: 🤍 Code: 🤍 Documentation: 🤍 Commercial Help: info🤍tilengine.org Yotube Channel: 🤍 Iruka Software: 🤍 Donate TileEngine: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Icq: 620163142 VK: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Odnoklassniki: 🤍 Поддержать канал (Donate): 🤍 Tilengine is an open source, cross-platform (framework) graphics engine for 2D graphics with true bitmap effects and animations for retro / classic game development. Works with tiled backgrounds, sprites and palettes. The game engine was released in 2015 and is still in development. Engine developer: megamarc. The engine is written in portable C (C99). Focused on developing games in retro style of 16-bit systems such as Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis / Mega Drive. Distributed under the Mozilla Public License 2.0 (that is, you can use it even in commercial closed source projects for free). The interface language is in English. I propose to consider the features of this game engine. The game engine supports the creation of 2D games of any genre. The source code of the game engine is open source and freely distributed. Tile engine supports the following programming languages: C, C , C #, Python, Pascal, FreeBasic and Java. The game engine is cross-platform. Builds are available for the following operating systems: Windows (32/64), Linux PC (32/64), Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone), Mac OS X. The compact API is designed to be easy to learn. But it also delivers impressive results with very few lines of code. Integrates into any existing framework as a sub-renderer. High performance. Tilengine is high speed native code. All samples run at 60fps with CRT emulation enabled on the Raspberry Pi 3. Has built-in SDL based windowing for quick tests with optional CRT emulation It is possible to download resources from open standard file formats or AES encrypted packages. Works with tmx map files that are created and exported in LDtk and Tiled programs. Procedural creation or modification of graphic resources at runtime is supported. Allows to implement true bitmap effects based on changing scanline rendering parameters. It can scale and rotate the background layer, scaling sprites, has several blending modes for layers and sprites, as well as calculating their collisions with each other, scrolling the game world relative to the game character, work with maps and sets of sheets and sprites, work with color using the palette and use bitmaps and you can create effects for them. Physically, the engine detects collisions with pixel precision between sprites and sprites and sprites against the background of the tilemap. Several types of blending are available for transparency, lighting or shadow effects on layers and sprites. Pre-made special effects and retro effects are available: column offset, mosaic, pixel offset, CRT simulation. Scaling sprites, rotating and scaling any layer like SNES Mode-7 and Sega SuperScaler. There is a built-in sprite animation engine that allows complex loops. There is support for multiplayer The engine developer also provides commercial support, or you can use the community forum. The engine community is large enough, so there are tutorials, documentation, game templates and examples of use. You can also find detailed documentation on the official website of the game engine. Engine setup consists of three main steps: Initialization - basic engine tuning and error handling. Using the inline window. External rendering - integration into the host environment. In addition to the pluses, each project has its minuses. For example, the TileEngine game engine supports only 2D graphics, and pixel graphics due to raster images (for example, in bmp format). But the game engine was originally focused on such graphics. Ready-made engine assemblies for different languages ​​are paid and cost $ 5 each. Therefore, for free, users have to manually assemble the engine for themselves. But in general, this game engine certainly has potential. And as long as there are fans of pixelated retro games, there will be a demand for game engines of this format.

Best Game Engine: Battleroyale! (Unity vs Godot vs Unreal vs GMS2)


Picking the best game engine in 2020 is difficult because it is so subjective. Therefore, we will explore different perspectives so you can find the best game engine for you. Buy me a coffee: 🤍 Thank you so much for your support and especially your time!

Lua Game Engines


This is a list of game engines actively under development that use the Lua programming language to script game logic. Unlike the earlier C# and C lists, this one includes both 2D and 3D game engines. Links: 🤍 🤍 🤍

What 2D Game Engine to Use in 2020


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Codeless Game Engines -- Engines with Visual Programming Languages


In this video we look at the options for Visual programming languages in game engines. We will look at both 2D and 3D game engines that support a visual programming language, be it a node/graph based approach like Blueprints, or a spreadsheet style approach like GDevelop. Links: 🤍 🤍

SDL2 Setup and Window | C Game + Engine From Scratch 01


This is a new series/course - however you want to think of it. The code is all done and on my GitHub, though it may end up being different as I rewrite it and record for each chapter. This is not a continuation of my old engine series, though what's taught in those could still be implemented into this code-base if you so desire. Cheers, enjoy. Code used in recording: 🤍 Pixel art for this series is custom made by Presley Carvalho. Check out his website here: 🤍 Background pixel art for this series is Kings and Pigs by Pixel Frog. Check it out here: 🤍 Music for this series is from Breezy's Mega Quest by RyanAvx. Check it out here: 🤍 ➤ Patreon: 🤍 ➤ Website: 🤍 ➤ GitHub: 🤍 ➤ Twitch: 🤍 ➤ Discord: 🤍

Rust for Game Development -- Game Engines & Frameworks


Today we are looking at the most popular engines, frameworks and libraries for Rust game development. Links 🤍 - *Support* : 🤍 *GameDev News* : 🤍 *GameDev Tutorials* : 🤍 *Discord* : 🤍 *Twitter* : 🤍 -

Best 2D Game Engines In 2022 For All Type Pc in Hindi !!!


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