How to create a move based game! [ 🟩 ]

Hello guys! Today I’m going to you how to make a move-based game! A move-based game is where you take certain actions that will affect the game later on.

Summary:

  • Supplies
  • Starting Basics
  • Devices
  • Devices Pt.2
  • Video
  • Gameplay
  • Secrets! :star2:

  • Other fun stuff!

LETS GOOOOO!

Supplies

(2) Counters
(#) Prop of choice
(#) Buttons
(How many buttons depends on how many bad to good deeds you have)

Starting Basics

Creating a move-based game can be an exciting and challenging experience. It requires careful planning and attention to detail, but the end result can be a fun and engaging game that keeps players coming back for more.

The first step in creating a move-based game is to decide on the theme and storyline. This will help to guide your development process and ensure that your game has a cohesive and engaging narrative. Once you have a clear idea of your game’s theme and storyline, you can begin to design the game mechanics and rules.

One important aspect of a move-based game is the concept of turns. Each turn represents a set of actions that a player can take, such as moving a character or performing an action. These turns should be designed to be balanced and fair, with each player having an equal opportunity to succeed.

Another important aspect of a move-based game is the concept of consequences. Each action that a player takes should have an impact on the game’s outcome, whether it be positive or negative. This can be achieved through a variety of mechanics, such as resource management or strategic decision-making.

Once you have established the basic mechanics and rules for your game, it’s time to begin the development process. This can involve designing the game board or interface, creating the game assets, and programming the game logic.

It’s important to keep in mind that creating a move-based game is a collaborative process. You may need to work with artists, programmers, or other game developers to bring your vision to life. Communication and teamwork are key to ensuring that your game is successful and enjoyable for players.

In conclusion, creating a move-based game can be a challenging but rewarding experience. By carefully planning and developing your game mechanics and rules, you can create a fun and engaging game that keeps players coming back for more. With patience, creativity, and teamwork, you can bring your vision to life and create a game that stands the test of time.

Devices

Now let’s start on the devices!
First place down the counter in an area the player will not see nor go to. Then place down your prop of choice, here is an example:
If the player destroys the barrel that’s a bad deed, so decrease the counter, get it?
If the player helps the farmer that’s a good deed so add 1 to the counter. Easy!
So for the good or bad deed just place a invisible button and add or decrease the counter!

Devices Pt.2

Under construction.

Video

Under construction.

Gameplay

The gameplay of a move-based game is a unique experience. Unlike traditional games where the player has a set path to follow, move-based games allow players to make choices that affect the game’s outcome.

Players are given a set of options to choose from, and each choice has its own set of consequences. The choices made by the player throughout the game determine the path the game takes and the ultimate outcome.

This type of gameplay requires players to think strategically and consider the potential outcomes of each choice before making a decision. It is essential to evaluate the pros and cons of each option and think about its impact on the game’s future.

Move-based games have a wide variety of genres, including RPGs, adventure games, and puzzle games. Each genre has its own style of gameplay, but all move-based games share the same core concept of player choice and consequence.

In RPGs, players make choices that affect the game’s storyline, character development, and the player’s relationship with other characters. The choices made in an RPG can impact the entire game and even change the game’s ending.

In adventure games, players must solve puzzles and make decisions that affect the game’s progression. The choices made in an adventure game can lead to different paths and outcomes.

Puzzle games require players to solve puzzles and make choices that affect the difficulty and complexity of the game. The choices made in a puzzle game can impact the game’s progression and the player’s ability to solve future puzzles.

Overall, move-based games offer a unique and exciting gameplay experience that challenges players to think strategically and make choices that impact the game’s outcome.

Secrets!

Please wait, under construction.

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Remember to finish it!

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Thank you, i will. :wink:

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Add the wip tag to it please.

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Nice guide!

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Thank you so much @The_7th_Dragon!

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Yes it is good so far!

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I hope you can finish this within the editing time limit cause it’s looking pretty good so far!

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I finished starting basics!

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This is a good guide, but I reccomend adding pictures

But some guides don’t?

Also, how to see your trust level?

Adding images makes it more comprehendable and easier to understand for new gims. You can see your trust level by looking at what badge is first on your profile images when you post. You are TL2

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@DriftUknown_YT It’s in your profile (and is a part of your badges). You’re a TL2, or a “Member” user. (Don’t always trust the badge method though.) It’s in your user summary here:


Now let’s get back on-topic.

Also, I do not need pictures because I’m adding a video

amazing! so excited for you to add it

light theme exposed lol

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:skull:
anyways

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Because users like to know their trust level. Thats what they asked, but you can view it by going to your profile and clicking summery, or going to badges and viewing which ones are checked off.

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