Create your First Computer Game with Stencyl (No Programming Required!) | Richard Sneyd | Skillshare

Create your First Computer Game with Stencyl (No Programming Required!)

Richard Sneyd, Lecturer, Founder & CEO of CyberMyth Games

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41 Videos (5h 43m)
    • Welcome to the World of a Game Creation

      1:03
    • Overview

      8:32
    • Getting Started - Installing the Software

      2:13
    • The Importance of Design

      3:50
    • The Concept

      5:02
    • Exploring the Stencyl Environment

      13:42
    • User Input & Character Movement

      29:48
    • Understanding Attributes

      12:07
    • Character Rotation

      12:33
    • Making him Shoot

      6:01
    • Events Explained

      9:54
    • The Most Important Blocks

      4:23
    • Looping & How to Use It

      6:25
    • How Stencyl Handles Audio

      2:32
    • Conditional Logic

      9:09
    • The Behaviour Library

      3:55
    • Adobe Photoshop Free Trial

      1:16
    • Introduction to Photoshop CS6

      10:14
    • Creating the Crosshair

      12:21
    • Basic AI

      19:14
    • Camera Follow

      0:54
    • Boundaries

      1:48
    • Adding the Crosshair

      7:52
    • Setting Up Collision Groups

      9:01
    • Updating Sprites - A Nicer Projectile

      3:26
    • Create Explosion on Death of Actor

      3:08
    • Switching Animations

      5:47
    • Cannot Be Pushed

      1:20
    • Advanced Enemy AI

      29:18
    • AI Bug Fix 1

      21:14
    • Enemy Shoot

      8:19
    • Die After X Seconds

      2:39
    • Bug Fix 2

      1:36
    • Adding the Helicopter

      4:17
    • Creating Health Bars

      25:35
    • Destructible Environment 1

      5:28
    • Destructible Environment 2

      10:23
    • Refactoring Code

      5:35
    • Game Rules

      8:34
    • Game Rules 2

      12:16
    • Congratulations, What's Next?

      0:43

About This Class

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No prior experience is required to take this course. Learning from the ground up, you will acquire all the skills necessary to Design and Create your very own computer games, which can then be shared with your friends, or even published to commercial markets such as flash portals, the App Store & Google play.

Using the unique logic block system of Stencyl thought in this Stencyl Course, you will be able to create a game of any genre, quickly and effectively. Please follow through the lectures sequentially, and always maximize the videos to get the most out of them.

For the most effective learning experience, it is essential that you pay close attention to each lecture in order, and then complete the task yourself. If you struggle, watch the video again until you get the full sense of the lesson.

Get excited, this is a learning experience you'll never forget. Prepare to start making your own games with Stencyl.

This course is brought to you by CyberMyth Games, read more about it here.

Have questions? Great! Just send us an email, and we'll get right back to you.

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Richard Sneyd

Lecturer, Founder & CEO of CyberMyth Games

Richard Sneyd (B.A Hons.) is founder and CEO of CyberMyth Games. In the performance of his duties within the company, he must wear many hats, including that of a programmer, designer, digital 2D & 3D artist, sound designer, scriptwriter, texture artist, leader, marketer and business man.

He is also a fully registered, qualified, and highly experienced lecturer. His speciality subjects include 3D Modelling & Animation, Computer Game Programming, 2D Image Processing, Game Design, Desktop...

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