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Have you always wanted to create your own computer game, but weren't sure how to begin? Are you new to programming and aren't certain if you're up to the challenge? Are you a professional programmer who wants to learn how to make a game? Do you want to learn more about game development? Have you been looking for a step-by-step explanation of how to get started?
In this fun and comprehensive python game development course, instructor Alex Bowers will show you how to successfully develop your very own computer game with the Python programming language. He will walk you through the programming of a game called "Monster," in which a monster will chase and try to eat your character! Step-by-step, you will learn how to create a game menu, how to develop your characters and items, how to make your characters move using key commands, and how to input different settings to make your python game programming more challenging and fun!
•Create a start menu
•Make your characters, including your player (protagonist) and a monster (antagonist)
•Assign jobs and locations to your characters and items
•Make sure your items and characters don't run into each other
•Ways to make the game more exciting for the player
•How to win the game
If you are looking to create a simple, but fun computer game, this is the perfect course for you! Once you complete this python game development course, you will be well on your way to becoming a professional game programmer and developing more elaborate games in the future!
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|Section 1: Getting the Basics Done|
|Alex explains the basic fundamentals of how to set up your game and how the game is going to work. He shows you how to create the characters and explains why you want them to carry out specific actions.|
|In this video, you will learn how to set up your game's menu with commands such as "Start New Game," "Save Game," Load Game," and "Exit." You will also be shown how to create the grid on which the game will be played and your characters will be seen.|
|Section 2: Characters and Items|
|Follow along as Alex teaches you how to include your characters and items onto the grid. This is where your characters will move around. You will assign each character and item a starting point.|
Take a look at how to program your characters and items to show in different parts of the grid every time a new game is started.
|This video will show you how to ensure that your characters and items are never in the same position on your grid at the same time. This way, the game can be played easily and without any confusion to the player.|
|This tutorial will show to you the simple steps you will need to take in order to get your game's menu functioning.|
|Section 3: Movement|
|You will learn how to keep your characters within the grid that you have created for you game. Alex will also begin to show you how to move your characters.|
Continue to learn how to get your character to move within the game.
|Now it's time to learn how to get the monster to chase your character! Alex will walk you through how to program the monster to move along the grid and try to eat the player.|
|Section 4: Miscellaneous|
|Do you want your player to be able to change how many moves the monster makes per turn? Do you want to know how to make different characters and items invisible so the game is a little more thrilling? Alex will show you how to change the settings on the game, and also how to allow the player to make some changes, as well.|
Alex Bowers started his programming career learning PHP and MySQL for a small project that he wanted to complete. Upon completion of the project, Alex was hooked, and looking to expand his knowledge of programming.
Since Alex began teaching, he has been an active member of the developer community, contributing to Open Source projects and administrating a forum at PHPacademy.
The goal for Alex is simple. To create the best content available for an affordable price, to enable thousands of others to learn what he has learnt, and to expand his own knowledge in the process. To date, Alex is certainly on track, having taught over 100,000 people on Udemy, and many more elsewhere.
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