Sim Rpg Tutorial

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A prety good tutorial were you can play a small game using the code .

Author: Frazer Bennett Wilford
Age: 13
Time To Make: 2 days

opps had a error just fixed it.
Omg i did it again sorry.


Good Start

You've inclued the basics of a sim rpg, that is fine.
However, you need to explain in more detail the code. For example, when you try to expalain the text tell what a dynamic box is, how it works. Give the user watching more to work with so when they make their own game they have a solid idea on how to do it.

What you did is actually pretty good (although the people below me have rated it poorly). It says the basic concept of a sim rpg.
BUT YOU NEED TO EMPHASIZE! Make another tutorial or further this one to explain more of the and some of the extra little things.

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Too small,you don't showed things like hunger and how to make it fall down for every 5 sec or 10 or anytime you want.


just a tip on some of you code, you're very repetitive with things you don't need. like the factory, you could have written this:

if(health>=25 && str>=15){
cash += 25;
time -= 25;

i don't know if those are your exact var's/ values, but just a little tip. i hope you work on it more and make it better. good luck!

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Just was NG needs

Another sim game(or tut in this case) that was done in five seconds...
Maybe if the graphics were a tad bit better, and not done 99.9% done with the line tool.

Keep practicing.

Well, the first thing I noticed is that when you went to other screens or really did anything, the music would start playing again, without ending the last music loop. Basically I had around 5 loops of the same music playing over itself at any given time. You also messed up the gym. If you went to the gym to work out and didn't have any cash, you'd lose energy, but you wouldn't get stronger. If you can't pay you shouldn't be able to work out. Other than that I didn't see anything glaringly wrong with your game, keep practicing and eventually you'll turn out a full fledged game. Little bits of script and some pictures is a good start. Good luck.

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2.77 / 5.00

Mar 17, 2009
2:41 PM EDT