Code a Platformer Game | 1. The Basics

Want to learn how to code a platformer game in Scratch? You’ve come to the right place! – I’m griffpatch, and I’m bringing together all I’ve learned about making bitmap sprite collision based platformers and I’m putting it into this brand new series. No fancy scrolling or lists this time around, just fun simple scratch coding and the good old scratch costume editor! This series is suitable for both Scratch beginners, and advanced coders alike. We are going to cover player animation, advanced wall sliding and jumping, sloping platforms with automated player foot placement, moving platforms that can push the player around, and hopefully a lot more! Let’s see how things go! In this first episode we lay the groundwork and get things moving with a basic “Guy” character :D. Scratch On guys!

👀 Next Episode #2 –
🐱 Starter Project Game Assets –
🐱 Scratch Studio (post project here) –

👀 Playlist for this series –

⭐ Channel membership with perks –
❤️ Scratch Addons –
📹 Video Editing Software –

————–Video Chapters————–
0:00 Intro
2:38 backdrop
3:15 Gravity
4:33 Ground Collisions
8:46 Jumping
9:27 Walking
11:14 Rethink and Innovate!
15:24 Horizontal Collisions
17:14 Fix Jumping
18:37 Stuck to ceiling bug
19:32 Mess around with the Physics
21:43 Outro

Originally posted by UCawsI_mlmPA7Cfld-qZhBQA on 2021-08-16 11:05:15

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