I spent the past few days playing through some of the Smile Game Builder games now available. This is for the Top 5 Showcase video I’m planning. This isn’t as easy as it should be because many of them are really good games. The list
Work on my new Hi-Tex Terrain Resource Pack is underway. This has been something I wanted to do for awhile and now I’m comfortable enough to start work on the resource pack proper. There are currently 21 terrains in the pack under 4 main categories:
The A Healer Only Lives Twice Character Resource Pack DLC for Smile Game Builder was released on 19 July 2017, based on the game Iron Will by Pon Pon Games. The game deservedly won the Bitsummit Award in 2015, given to those stand-out games!
Smile Game Builder‘s built-in camera control is a very useful feature, especially when it comes to achieving certain map effects during the game. Camera Settings Variables In Advanced Variables, you can store the values of various camera settings into variables and reference them throughout. In
This week’s Smile Game Builder video tutorial is another "tips & tricks" video, where I’ve answered some of the how-to questions my commenters have asked. Tutorial Video The topics covered in this tutorial are: Use Mobile Devices as Gamepads I also mentioned in the video
In Smile Game Builder, you can store and reference various character stats via Advanced Variables. Character Information Under Character Information, you can store: Each stat is stored in a separate variable per character. If you intend on using all of them with a full party,
Smile Game Builder has been out for some time now. So, it’s inevitable that there would be a number of games available for it. Sometime next week, I’ll be showcasing some of the games currently available in Smile Game Builder. This includes both free and
Good news for Smile Game Builder users. The latest update is actually a significantly useful one. Importing OBJ You can now import OBJ models instead of just FBX ones. Using OBJ is less proprietary than FBX and more universal. A plethora of programs exist, both
There are no Smile Game Builder video or blog tutorials this week. I’ve had to prioritize things and spent my days off and the entire weekend in discussions with sponsors; going through legalese for several contracts; editing, rewriting and expanding one of my old novellas
For this week’s Smile Game Builder tutorial, I’m going through the process of creating a public game, from start to finish, once you’ve created your game. Video Tutorial This has been requested a number of times, so I thought I’d make a tutorial for it.