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Game for a Laugh

Live streamed coding show aimed at 7-11yr olds (and young at heart). Teaching the principles of game making and programming techniques while we make easy games to help express yourself. Mondays, Wednesday, Friday 2pm-2:30pm live on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/impactgamersBFD/ and watchimpact.net or watch again below Our games get uploaded to igamers.io Live streamed so you can help join in, join the lesson…

Beginners Tutorials

We do 3 main tutorials to get people understanding the main features of coding games in Clickteam Fusion 2.5. We’re now recording these as videos, so you lucky people can learn without spending a penny or moving a muscle* If you just want to understand the layout of the program and how it works here is a video of the…

Clinic – Fixing your teleporters

Fixing Portals Lord Wigglebottom III is in an eternal loop of teleporting in portals, we’ll give you 3 solutions to get teleporters working in Clickteam Fusion.   Solution 1 – Move your position (easy) Solution 2a – Add a flag to jump once per teleporter (medium) Solution 2b – As above just use qualifiers for easier code (medium) Solution 3…

Retro Remakes

We’re looking to do a little series of remaking old retro games in about 15 minutes and as few line of code as we can in Clickteam Fusion. This series is for intermediate users. www.clickteam.com #3 Frogger (Konami- 1981) play our version download the fusion file #2 Commando (Capcom- 1985) play our version download the fusion file #1 Surround (Atari…

Flicking Balls! Not for beginners.

Yesterday I was helping a student make a Pokémon Go style game mechanic. Flicking balls to catch creatures.  Using the built in physics engine in Fusion it really wasn’t too hard to do. So I thought I’d share a tutorial with you! It’s a novice tutorial not for beginners, Newbies try APPril www.impactgamers.net/appril SORRY about the LOUD start Try it…