You have put a ton of work into making this a functional element of C3. You've done an amazing job showing how much potential the 3D features actually have. I would have to imagine it will only get more attention from here. Really great job!.. All that being said, I need to get something 3D into my next jam game.
3D Action Platformer Construct 3 Demo!
NOTE: In general the control should be left hand on WASD / QE and right hand on mouse.
WASD or Arrow keys to move.
QE to strafe.
Space to jump.
F to change between third person and first person.
1, 2, 3 for different attacks in 3rd person.
G to switch between bullets and lasers while in first person. Left click to shoot. (Hold for laser)
LEFT Mouse hold and drag will change camera but NOT Player.
RIGHT Mouse hold and drag will change camera AND Player.
I and M tilt / change the polar angle.
Mouse wheel to change player camera (radial) distance.
Uses mouse to look.
This game was created to demonstrate how to implement features for a 3D Action Platformer inside of Construct 3. Check out the tutorial video on YouTube and let me know what you think!
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Thanks Marlin! It has certainly been a fun sequence of features to learn how to make use of - hopefully some of the examples help people bridge some of the challenges in considering using them in future projects. You should definitely make use of the new features in your next jam game :)
I would’ve never have figured this out, thanks for your work.