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Demonstrate how to show ads from AdMob in your game: banners, interstitial screen or reward videos. Also useful to test that your AdMob account is working properly.
Show how to use Shape Painter objects to create a simple drawing app.
Change the speed of the animation of an object according to its movement speed.
An adptation of the classic arcade game Asteroids with GDevelop.
Show how to use pathfinding to make enemies chase the player.
Show how to create enemies looking at the player and chasing him when spotted.
Show how to create a car that can be controlled by the player.
This shows how to change the bbcode text of a BBText object displayed on the screen.
Example level for teaching basic programming skills with extra features and assets.
Example showing how to walk on a tile-based arbitrary board using the Raycast condition.
A basic bomberman like game, where the player can move on the map, drop bombs and destroy crates on the map.
Simulate a bouncing ball with ropes that can be created to move the ball around anchors.
The classic Breakout arcade game adapted in GDevelop. Read the tutorial about it to learn how to make a game like this.
Learn how to make buttons for the menus in your game.
An example showing how to launch a ball from a cannon when using the Physics engine.
A fun, physics based driving game
How to put an object on the center of another
Show how to move an object by changing its X and Y position.
Show how to change the scale of a sprite (to make a zoom effect for example).
Learn how to change the animation of a Sprite object (useful for animating almost all objects in your game: characters, enemies, items...)
Learn how to change the color of a Sprite object - useful to achieve effects like invincibility with a blue tint or taking damage with a red effect.
Example showing how to remember the character selected by the player and use it in other scenes.
Show how to use a variable as a timer and display it on screen like a bomb count down timer.
Show how to create an object at the position of the click.
Show how to create a object randomly picked in a list.
Example showing a text with a custom font applied on it.
Learn how to replace the mouse cursor by a custom image.
This explains how to remember the last key that was pressed and customize the inputs of your game.
Example showing how to use the device sensors to move a ball in a maze.
This shows how to use the device sensors to create a compass like app.
Show how to make the device vibrate.
A platformer showing a simple interactive story with dialogues like in RPG games, using the Yarn dialogue tree extension.
A fun demo, using the Physics Engine to build an advanced simulation of a bike, with a person pedaling on it. Try to cross the finish line without falling and as fast as possible!
This shows how to allow the user to move on a map with the mouse.
Show how to make the player collect objects from boxes on the map.
A game where the player have to jump on platforms and avoid falling down as the screen goes up. With special objects (spring, rocks), score and Game Over handling!
Simple example showing how to close your game.
Learn how to use the various Facebook Instant Games APIs to get information about the player, share their scores and have a leaderboard!
Show how to ask the user for a folder name and create it on the disk.
Show how to delete objects that are located at the diagonals of the click of the player in a board game.
A clone of the challenging and popular Flappy Bird game, where you control a bird which has to avoid pipes.
A demo showing how to enhance the "game feel" of your project: VFX, shot trail, ambient sounds and SFX, screenshake, wobble...
A fast paced game where you must jump and avoid obstacles.
A hyper casual endless game where you have to collect shapes and avoid bombs, with a progressively increasing difficulty.
The platform example game adapted to add a health bar to the player, that is decreased when the player touches an enemy.
Learn how to create a background that is scolling infinitely.
Learn how to display an inventory, with object that can be addded or removed, and how to persist it in storage.
Example of making an isometric 2D game.
A simple game where the player must press the right keys on the keyboard as fast as possible.
An example showing all the layer effects available in GDevelop.
Example showing a basic level editor, where you can save and load positions of objects put on the scene during the game. Also shows how to use simple functions.
Show how to save user progress and progressively unlock levels.
Example showing the usage of multiple light objects, setting other objects as light obstacles and using a slight blur effect to soften shadows.
Show how to move a ball like if it's attracted by a magnet.
This shows how to change the text of a Text object displayed on the screen.
How to implement the same menu across multiple scenes using functions and text effects for hover/active states.
This shows how to move the camera to the position of an object on a map.
Use events to move objects back and forth vertically or horizontally.
This shows how to make an object move in circle around some point.
This shows how to have an object move to a given position on the screen.
Show how to use physics engine to move an object around with the mouse and realistic movements.
This shows how to use the forces built in GDevelop to move an object.
Show how to translate a menu (titles, buttons) in multiple languages and add an option for the player to choose the language.
Example showing how to use the Gamepads extension to read the state of gamepads (or controllers), for 2 players.
This show how to create multiple markers when the player touches the screen.
Use the physics engine to simulate an object moving on a small planet.
Simple example showing how the engine of GDevelop select objects to be used in conditions and actions.
Example showing various usage of objects timers (timers that are stored into instances of objects on the scene, as opposed to scene timers which are stored by the scene).
This shows how to open a website on the system default browser.
A showcase of some multiplayer/networking possibilities using the P2P extension.
Find all matching pairs of cards in this relaxing game. Use tweens to create smooth, natural animations with a few events.
Shows how to have multiple layers with a parallax effect (where the background layers move slower than the foreground).
Another example showing how to have multiple layers with a parallax effect (where the background layers move slower than the foreground).
Advanced example where JSON content is fetched from a website and information extracted from it.
Advanced example showing how to extract information from a JSON formatted string.
A demo of various high quality particle effects (fire, magic, snow, rune spell...) that you can try and use in your game.
Create explosion effects with the particles engine.
Create various effects with the particles engine.
This show how to have an object moving from its position to another automatically avoiding obstacles.
Simpler example showing how to get started with Pathfinding, to have an object automatically find its way around obstacles.
Example showing various capabilities of the physics engine integrated to GDevelop.
A demo of all the joints that can be created using the Physics engine.
A demo of all the joints, and the way they can be customized, using the Physics engine.
Example showing how to have objects "pinned" to another, meaning that they will move/rotate and follow the object they are pinned too.
Example showing how to have objects "pinned" to multiple other objects, meaning that they will move/rotate and follow the object they are pinned too.
Very simple example showing the settings to have a pixel-perfect platform game (also applicable to other kind of games).
Show how to randomly generate clouds to create an infinite sky.
An example of a basic platformer (Mario-like) game made with GDevelop.
The Platformer example modified to allow the player to do a double jump.
This show how to properly launch a music on a game on mobile.
This shows how to pause the animation of a Sprite object.
A top-down racing game made using the Physics engine.
Example of creating a ragdoll with physics joints.
Show how to simulate a rain effect by creating several objects.
This shows how to create a grid with random color, and let the player choose one.
Show how to rotate an object so that it looks toward the player cursor.
Show how to rotate an object so that it looks toward a specified position on the scene.
Basic example showing how to rotate an object.
Advanced example showing how to persist data and then reload them from storage (useful to store game progress, or save the state of some objects in a game).
Make the screen shake when some event occurs.
Show how to use various mathematical expressions to move an object following a parabola shape
Basic example showing how to shoot bullets from an object.
Basic example showing how to shoot bullets from one or multiple objects at the same time.
An older, simple space shooter demo, made without any behaviors from extensions. Prefer taking a look at the Space Shooter starter to learn about useful behaviors and patterns for making your games.
Example showing how to create a grid and have objects snapped to the grid.
A Space Invaders-like game, where you have a turret and shoot on enemies coming from the sky.
A beautiful, retro side-scrolling shooter where you must defeat incoming enemies with your mecha transforming spaceship. Huge boss included!
Show how to create a splashscreen at the beginning of your game.
This shows how to make a sprite fade in and out on the screen.
Example showing how to create a menu with multiple tabs.
Show how to save a screenshot of the game on the disk (on Windows/macOS/Linux only).
This shows how to use the Text Entry object to capture what is written on the keyboard.
This shows how to make a text fade in and out on the screen.
Example showing how to play a music and add controls on the screen to pause it, change the volume or mute the sounds totally.
Examples of how to use a variety of tween animations, including object position, color, opacity, angle, and scale.
An example project that tests all Tween extension functionality.
This show how to create an effect where a text is progressively typed on the screen.
Show how to save the items unlocked by the user and load them later (when the game is launched again for example, or when starting a saved game).
An example of a complete video player with controls to play/pause, change the volume, jump to a position in the video...
Example where the player can move a character on a map, and the character is displayed behind or in front of other objects according to its position.
Simple game where the player must use his laser powered gun to destroy zombies running at him.
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