Once we have our initial Bot set up we can add more functionality to him. We will keep replenishing his health if the player hits the Bot until the player picks up a rocket launcher and kills the Bot with a direct hit. We will also make it so that the Bot cannot pick up the rocket launcher and if he does, take it away from him and replace it with the default weapon.
In this added Bot functionality video you'll learn:
Check if the Bot is alive
Get the Bot health
Subtract the health property from the Bots overall health
Heal the Bot in a looping sequence
Take the Rocket Launcher away from the Bot if he tries to pick it up
In this pickup tutorial we will learn how to pick up and place items with use triggers and sound. We will also learn how to count how many items have been placed and fire off an event from that i.e. opening a door.
Kismet introduction covers what Kismet is and how you can apply it to your game designs. In this video we will cover what events, actions, conditions and variables are. We will also do a basic set up to allow you to change the camera from first person view to any view you wish through Kismet.
In this Kismet Introduction video you'll learn:
What Kismet is
How Kismet is used in your game environment
How to add actors from the actor classes tab into your scene
Alter the camera position from first person to whatever camera style you wish using Kismet
Storytelling Level Design Challenge 2 top 5 final work. After much deliberation we have decided on the final winner of the challenge.
We anonymously agreed on the first place but we had hard time picking 2nd and 3rd place. So we decided to make one top winner and the rest four entries were runner ups.
All entries receive notes from us of what each entry did well and take always for each designer. We hope that the notes will help to improve your work. All notes are a compilation from me, Keith, Smog and Warren.
Thank you to all who participated making the challenge a success as well as to Keith, Smog and Warren.
The following tutorial we will set up vCTF gametype, which will make the game playable in regular capture the flag and/or vehicle capture the flag. Make sure you have the following gameplay entities inside your map: Player Starts, PathNodes, Weapons, Items, Vehicles (optional), JumpPads.
The following tutorial we will set up Deathmatch and TeamDeathmatch gametypes. Make sure you have the following gameplay entities inside your map: Player Starts, PathNodes, Weapons, Items, Vehicles (optional), JumpPads.