Using custom behaviors in Gdevelop: 10:54 to [End Of Video]
(I was also just trying them for the first time here so the video is longer than necessary. Anyway, it worked in the end. You can watch the entire thing to maybe just go through how I thought about solving it. Here I am emphasizing again that this is a stream and not a tutorial but I have still put timestamps for some important concepts)
Get the Ninja Girl Sprite from Gameart2d: https://www.gameart2d.com/ninja-girl—free-sprites.html
The background art is from Craftpix. Get it for free from here: https://craftpix.net/freebies/free-pixel-art-street-2d-backgrounds/
Rest of the art has been made in Piskel from within Gdevelop 🙂 Watch this video to learn how to do that: https://youtu.be/Go5PzcQWArg
Get the source code from here: https://github.com/ayushraj1024/SoulHunterDowntown (Note: The source will be updated everyday till the time this tutorial series is running.)
This is a game development stream in which I am making a casual game called Soul Hunter Downtown. I am using Gdevelop to make this and while I am working on the game I will be telling you important things along the way so that you can learn to use the Gdevelop engine while watching this video. I do not speak fast or tell lots of details in one sentence so you can watch this video at higher speeds to get it done quickly. I have put some timestamps for important concepts in the description :).
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