Favourite Feature Entries Thread

  • My favorite feature in Construct 2 is physics.

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  • This video is of a game I have recently finnished (more recent updates are not uploaded to the Arcade yet). However, it shows off some of my favourite Construct 2 features: the many different ways the player can interact with the game (such as 'drag and drop') as well as the great physics engine (I make use of bullet physics a lot within this game). The link to the video is here:

    youtube.com/watch

    The game is Apocalageddon, my fast-paced and intence shooter.

  • 3rd entry

    http://youtu.be/Gc67IJ7qNwE

    In this video, I explain as I used the Bullet behavior in my game Eleazar.

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  • Here is my entry for the competition:

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  • My favourite feature? No contest - it's the JavaScript SDK.

    So my entry is a video that helps get you up and running with making plugins for yourself.

    Part 1 is now online here - and I'm rushing to get Part 2 completed before the deadline <img src="smileys/smiley11.gif" border="0" align="middle">

    <UPDATE: 19 July in NZ - but still 18 July in the UK>

    Part 2 is now online here. And with my eye on the flying monkey, I've given my entry a snappier YouTube title.

  • <img src="http://hexacat.com/images/Yoda.JPG" border="0">

    Underestimate don't the power of arrays, young padawans! <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" border="0" align="middle">

    Entry:

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    Used examples (heavily commented):

    Sample programmable robot

    Sample 2D level editor

    P.S. All grammar mistakes in the video are provided by the Russian secondary school.   <img src="smileys/smiley9.gif" border="0" align="middle">

    UPD: Corrected mistakes, polished sub timings, changed one of the soundtrack themes due to copyright issues. Now it's even more funky. Enjoy! <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle">

  • This is my entry for this competition. Put a lot of effort in it, hope you will like it! You can watch it in 720p! <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle">

  • Image editor is my favorite Construct 2 feature at the moment.

    My entry

    <img src="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3232744/lrrh.png" border="0">

  • Favorite Feature video, extolling the virtues of HTML5 and previewing on multiple devices in multiple locations. Mentions the use of a Dropbox Weblink.

    Thank you,

    Tanner Noguess

  • My "Favorite Feature" had a difficult time deciding between so many awesome things, but there was one feature I think I totally love the most.

    Its like candy to the mathematically challenged.

    I'm not sure if I posted the url right so here is the text link...

    youtube.com/watch

  • Hi,

    I chose the touch object. In this tutorial I discuss creating the app prototype hosted at https://www.m2ag.net/dev/gyro. (Note: this is a mobile app and will not work on the desktop, but it will display.)

    The capx for the tutorial is located at https://www.m2ag.net/dev/gyro/gyro.capx.

    Here is a link to the tutrorial :

    .

    Construct 2 has so many great features it is hard to pick just one.

  • I won't make a video but just say it here.

    Construct 2 is an awesome tool, nothing more to say about that.

    But what's been surprising, exciting, inspiring more and more every day is its community.

    A decade ago, I guess game maker tools were seen as teenage communities by the "true coders", with a certain despise spread over the internet in any reference.

    But this current community on this website is far more than "just that".

    This topic itself sums the range of talent, creativity, accents/language/mindsets that are composing this community.

    Auntie Val touched it briefly in her (?) video. The website with the tuts, the manual, the forums and the variety of human beings populating this space, making it grow, renew itself constantly under the constant flow of posts, topics, new tuts, comments, and Construct releases. (Ash & Tom are part of this community as well, not unreachable godlike figures)

    My favourite "feature" in C2 is you.

    Edit: I almost forgot :

    For all of you in this topic who have made a video tutorial, please consider submitting a new tutorial and post the link to the vid in it (notifying in the title that it is a video tutorial).

    This will allow for your tutorials to not be lost and help many of the users who ask for more of them.

    Once again, there is a variety of tutorials there (in subject or form) and this is another example of the invaluable resources that our community can produce. Thumbs up for you one more time <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" border="0" align="middle">

  • ... what's been surprising, exciting, inspiring more and more every day is its community ... (Ash & Tom are part of this community as well, not unreachable godlike figures)

    My favourite "feature" in C2 is you.

    Kyatric

    <img src="smileys/smiley20.gif" border="0" align="middle"> Very well said ! So true! I couldn't agree more!

    For all of you in this topic who have made a video tutorial, please consider submitting a new tutorial and post the link to the vid in it (notifying in the title that it is a video tutorial).

    Will do!

  • Well, here's my video. My favorite feature is that no programming is required.

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