So i’m making the battle of hoth in star wars, but i’m new to this so I really don’t know anything. I am thinking on making it capture the flag but honestly I need Ideas! Any help is appreciated.
Another game i’m trying to make is some sort of tower defence game, and I have no idea on how to do it.
What map do you want to complete first/are working on right now?
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you can use snowy terrian and hills for hoth and I think there may be aguide on a spaceship which you can turn into a snowspeeder
1: For hoth you could use circle barriers with no borders (use multiple to your liking if you want) and you could utilize 3-D Terrain/Props and Tinted Barriers.
Layered terrain are good ways to utilize 3-D in Gimkit Creative.
Maybe buttons on the barrier that teleports you to what seems to be the planet but is actually another room.
3D styles of terrain are amazing! I’d love to see your “3D” terrain!
Here’s a (really bad) example:
[Screenshot 2023-09-02 1.10.16 PM]
GKC 3D art is an art style with a lot of potential. It often uses extensive layering. I invite you to share 3D art here (made with Gimkit Creative, of course…)!
This guide is meant to help you master terrain and make terraining more efficient!
First and foremost, there are a few ways to set terrain. You can go into the map settings to set a background terrain that you will use for the majority of the floor/background like so:
OR, you can use the terrain tool:
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Currently, there are 46 terrain types to choose from; however, the developers of Gimkit (Josh and Jakub) might decide to add more at som…
I have seen a couple posts asking if they could tint terrain. And the initial response was, no. However, recently, a couple strategies have been devised to tint terrain!
It is quite simple, actually. Here is how to do it.
Barrier x 1
1.Place down your terrain.
2. Place a barrier on top of the terrain. Remove the border outside and turn off player collision.
3. Turn your opacity to whatever you like. Higher opacities mean brighter colors, lower opaciti…
2: For a tower defense game, you could make moving props that activate and deactivate for the enemy troops and sentries for your towers.
If Sentry-Device interactions were still here, it would be a lot easier for TD-Games because you could use zones and teleporters to teleport them.
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Are you going to release what it looks like on here?
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@CaptainRex! I hope you like it here!
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