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Bitsy Game Maker

Make little games, worlds, and stories! · By Adam Le Doux

Maze Game - My first bitsy game

A topic by Meaty Okra Games created Feb 09, 2019 Views: 565 Replies: 8
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I'm new to itch so I posted this game last month but didn't publish it... it's available now! https://meaty-okra-games.itch.io/maze hope you enjoy :)

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I found another labyrinth game in apknite, it is very entertaining, you can go to the extension to download it quickly:
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the game is pretty good. Thank you. I only know to download game at mobidescargar

One is really how you've do it. How did you create the mouse run across the corridor? Because I've never seen that before.

In each tile in that entire column is a 16 frame animation where only one frame has a mouse and that frame differs in each tile to make it look like its scurrying around :)

But how did you make a 16 frame animation

Lol yeah I guess that's more helpful haha turns out its actually just 8 frames because the mouse is 2 tiles long but if you go into the game data window you can edit the sprite animation and by adding a '>' on a new line following your 8x8 bit pattern of on and off sprites, you can make sprites with longer animations.


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NAME MouseB1
POS 7 2,1

Clever. So you made use of just editing game data. I ususally just use it to rearrange sprites/tiles in my drawing finder but you found a way to create mmore complex animations. Thats cool.

Yeah there's a lot you can do with the game data to do interesting things like having multiple color schemes in a room and whatnot.