Help! I’m making a 3D game but I need someone to help me with the movement



I am making a 3d game, based on depth and perspective, but I can’t manage to make the movement, if Jeff master or creations of a noob can help me, or someone who has experience doing this stuff, plz help me, I already published the game, here is the link to the game;


You have a good start! I am on my computer right now and not on my iPad, but I will try to take a look at your project tomorrow (if I remember to do that).

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THX for your help, I’ll send him a Message


@CreationsOfaNoob can you help me with my project?


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Sorry I’m new at the forums, what does that mean?


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One is the official mass tag list and one is the project official mass tag list. I’m just tagging them to make sure people see this uvu


THX! I’d like people to teach me how to do this stuff


Hi! That looks great so far. I haven’t had the chance to look at the code yet, but I believe you aren’t using any 3D formulas?

If you want to do it in a more advanced way, you could check out Wikipedias article on 3D projection. Those include some advanced math, though I could help you with that if you want.

If you don’t want to use those, we could probably come up with a way to fix the movement. Do you think movement in the Y axis (up/down) is necessary in your game?


I don’t know much about 3D projection, but I took out the “set size” block and the project looks much better


THX but I’m looking to do something more like this (


THX, but if you could remix my project and remake the code so I understand it, it would be awesome!


maybe maybe clones so it looks 3D?
I have not played with “3D” objects so sorry


But the thing is that you use lots of code that I don’t understand :cry:


Welcome to the forum! I love that you’re actually coding on here!
I’ll get a welcome guide if you want…


The objects are supposed to slightly distort, but that isn’t possible using characters. That’s why they used the size option. In real 3D they don’t really change size, though.


Yeah, that would be great


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Hey :))

Seems pretty cool.
I’ll see what I can do, but you have much better coders helping so, so you prob won’t need my help.

Tag me (@FearlessPhoenix) if you do need my help


What movement controls are you trying to create?