3D Platformer ✦ Demo v1.91
This is a demonstration of my 3D Platformer Engine. The game has four levels at the moment. I'll eventually improve this engine and use it for future games. The engine is made in Scratch
- [WASD] move
- [space] jump
- [arrow keys or drag] rotate screen
- [tap] on the screen to show mobile controls
Where are the JS files? I am trying to create a 3D game of my own, and I am trying to look at some of the code for ideas to help me create my game.
thsi game is relaly cool, adbn I enohydgsd paly2kng ti. tahnk you for makign my daye ??!!! "Do
Is this running in the Scratch engine? the art style looks like it is generated with the pen Module.
can you send me a dif version of the link for your website because for me because I'm on a school Chromebook its showing up as blocked
wow! it has a great potential. the music, the graphics, and gameplay is good. I hope it unfolds to be one hell of a game.
this is exactly like the scratch version! I didn't know you had a replit account till now.
The whole game was very cool but instead of WASD you should set it to the arrow keys
Hey, what about recreating the scratch engine in pygame after you finished the levels. Python’s way more powerful than scratch, even with turbowarp, and the triangle fill would be better. Or you could use a better language, like every language which isn’t python. (lol I use python and that’s what I think), or look at@hecker40’s reply below for ideas which are all better than mine
Really nice - like actually amazing. I don't know how hard this was to make, but it is really fun and nice to play, and the physics work quite well! Nice job!
This is really awesome! The performance is really good, and the controls feel really nice! Excellent work!
Would be cool if it detect mouse and locks it instead of it I have to hold left button of mouse
Scratch isn't a real way to code, all you do is add up blocks without actually knowing the HTML and JS code. I suggest you to actually try game development in JS, its way more fun and its better; Scratch is "baby" coding or for those who are completely new to programming.