Monday, 14 October 2013

Top Down Shooter Bugs

This Year 1 project not only covers the basics of creating a top down shooter using the visual programming tools of Construct 2 
but it also teaches the use of digital painting skills and alpha texturing for sprites. 
It helps students to understand optimisation and the use of low-resolution image 
and sound files for mobile games and covers the creation of seamless background tiles.

Quite a good all round exercise and with the reward of some fun game-play.
Students are encouraged to push the boundaries of the tutorials to add their own 

individual take on the design and challenge of the game play.


Here's a Spider Top Down Shooter battle by Games Design student, 
Gareth Hart. 
Click the images below to play the various games

 



















These will run in Internet Explorer or Firefox if you have a browser that supports HTML5 


Year 1 student, Kamil Sroka also created an interesting solution to our first top down shooter brief.


 

And Year 1 student, Mikey, also created a solution to our first top down shooter brief



 














Plus Year 1 student, Robin Williams, has another solution :)



And a heavy metal top down bug shooter from Year 1 student, Sean Boardman
























And here's my version :)

 

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