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How to create a point and click adventure game

How to create a point and click adventure game

How to create a point and click adventure game


I doubt anyone will respond, but I'll try anyway. Does anyone have or know where I can find a tutorial on how to create point and click games in DarkBasic Classic?

Please Don't Flame Me,


RE: How to create a point and click adventure game

There's no reason to flame you, but I doubt that you'll find a tutorial on this.

DBC isn't the best program to create an rts-style game. (DBP on the other hand...).
Anyway, if you really want to create a 3D-rts game, search you won't find alot of tutorials. Some tips maybe:

Search for
- moving mouse with the mouse.
- AI and A*(pathfinding) (probably the hardest part of programming)
- collisions
- matrices/objects/etc. all the basic stuff(where you will find alot of tutorials about).

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