Game Development for Kids with Godot Engine - Using Templates & Demos

in Education6 months ago

In this post we are going to take a look at How to use templates & demos using Godot Engine.

This is one more newbie chapter where you would learn how to make use of the templates and demos in the GoDot engine. So often we don't look at some of the existing stuff that is being made for us to study the code.

In this post, I am going over one or two templates and also the demo project that could be used for making the game. A lot of demos are interesting because they are kind of small unfinished games. And that could be a good option for you to learn and release your own just by looking at how they can be done.

This is 12th tutorial in the series. I may get back to the GDScript and few other side tutorial out there. They can pretty much make it easy to build the game. So for now check the below series of previously posted tutorial posts if you want to. I am sure you would find some interesting learning out of them too.



So let's get started with below video and you can check the TOC if you want to access the previous tutorials.


Table of Contents of Godot Engine Tutorials




This is just one tutorial which can get you to do the learning from the existing code that is through the existing made up templates and the demos. Learning from others code is one of the things you would learn as a programmer and as a gamer it could get your learning speed lot quicker too. I'd recommend you to check it out and this would work out.

What should I cover next? Maybe the process to make the space attack or the similar asteroid type of game? yeah that would be something I should be covering and maybe small tutorials like that could also help you learn from the process too.

If you want to try out the similar game development tutorials using the gdevelop, you can follow this tutorial trail of GDevelop Tutorials.

I hope the current tutorial was useful to you.

We will continue the further game development topic in next post.