Construct 3D? Oculus games possible?

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  • Is it similar to the Unreal Game Engine where I use blueprints instead of codes for making 3D games?

    The Unreal Game Engine is just like using Construct 2, only I could make 3D games with blueprints. It's really not much more difficult. 3D games generally just take a bit longer. The other game engines mostly require learning a computer language. Construct & Unreal are the 2 game engines I was able to use.

    If so, are there Construct 3D tutorials on how to make virtual reality games?

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  • Construct is a 2D engine. There are some examples of pseudo 3D being achieved in different forms but Construct does not deal with 3D natively.

  • Is it similar to the Unreal Game Engine where I use blueprints instead of codes for making 3D games?

    The Unreal Game Engine is just like using Construct 2, only I could make 3D games with blueprints. It's really not much more difficult. 3D games generally just take a bit longer. The other game engines mostly require learning a computer language. Construct & Unreal are the 2 game engines I was able to use.

    If so, are there Construct 3D tutorials on how to make virtual reality games?

    Check this out: construct.net/en/forum/construct-2/your-construct-creations-23/3d-vr-demo-without-plugins-138084

    I actually just played this in my Oculus Go Headset and it was pretty cool. I had to set the VR internal settings to 3D Side By Side and 180 Degrees. It wouldn't respond to head motions, but it did respond to the Oculus controller when I pressed the trigger button and moved my hand in the direction I wanted the dog to go.

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