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Flixel Adventure Game Tutorial – Index

Games that I enjoy making are adventure games, such as Kees’ Adventure: The Lost Chapter or Crossroads:2D. They remind me of my childhood when I used to play a lot of games like these, such as Pok√©mon and Zelda. What I liked about these games was that you get the feeling you can go everywhere you want, even though the world has its boundaries.

That idea is something that I try to incorporate in my games, and since I like playing them, I want to see more adventure games in the Flash realm, so here is a tutorial that will help you to make an adventure game in Flash. The focus will be on helping people with a little programming experience to create a simple game, to facilitate this I have chosen to make use of the Flixel framework, and the programming will be done with the free program Flashdevelop.

This post will serve as an index of the various parts of the tutorial, you can find a list of links to the parts below. I wish you the best of luck, and if you have any comments or questions, you can leave them in the comment section of each respective post.

Part 1: Getting the tools
Part 2: Flixel Basics
Part 3: Characters
Part 4: The World
Part 5: Interactions
Part 6: Creating layers with FlxGroup
Part 7: The Inventory
Part 8: Picking up items
Part 9: Item Trading
Part 10: Winning
Part 11: Sound
Part 12: Tips

Supplements:
Adding Mochi Ads to your Flixel game.
Animated tilemap in Flixel

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There are 2 responses to this post


  1. Daniel
    Posted August 6, 2013 at 21:18 | Permalink

    Hey man, just wanted to tell you that this tutorial is really great. Thanks for your effort creating it.


  2. Suhas
    Posted January 26, 2014 at 06:58 | Permalink

    Awesome tutorial. I just started to learn flixel and got your awesome tutorial.

    Thanks for this tutorial.


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