Have you ever had an idea for a kid's game, but didn't know how to get started making it? Would you like to make web and mobile games, but don't want to learn a programming language? Well, you've come to the right place!
In this video course you'll learn how to:
Here's what you'll get:
Setting up the project properties.
Setting up the shapes game interface.
Creating drag and drop functionality for the shapes game.
Adding the finishing touches to your first game.
Adding a soundtrack to the game.
Building the second game of dragging objects that begin with specific letters into a box.
Finalizing the drag and drop letters game.
Setting up the interface of the third game where the player chooses a correct answer.
Creating the first part of the numbers game where the player selects the correct answer of how many apples are shown.
Creating the second part of the numbers game where the player selects the correct answer of how many pears are shown.
Creating the third part of the numbers game where the player selects the correct answer of how many oranges are shown.
Creating a button effect that enlarges buttons when touched. One method is for Construct 2 free version users, another method is for paid version users, which demonstrates families.
How to publish your game for HTML5 web browsers. For mobile device application exporting, you'll need to purchase a Construct 2 license and follow their documentation.
I've been teaching software and have been in the e-learning business for over 10 years. I've written tutorials and books about learning various programming languages and software.
I have developed numerous mobile applications on iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire TV, and Nook Tablet platforms both for myself and for corporations.
When I'm not creating e-learning multimedia, I also write/illustrate children's books and design user interfaces for learning management systems.
I love teaching beginners and intermediate software users alike.