Look and Feel

  • Customize your game’s User Interface with backgrounds and buttons that capture the mood of your game.
  • Customize your user interface (show/hide inventory, navigation, action menus)
  • Design your game’s navigation to be a top-down perspective or Point of View or a combination of both.

Story Flow

It’s up to you how your game flows. We’re a sucker for stories whether they’re linear, branching or super complex. For beginners, start with linear storytelling and decide the key decision points for players to get curious and explore the “what if” scenarios! 

Linear Story Flow

Create a visual linear story game, adding graphics and media to your story. Make it as interactive as you want with collectibles, clickables, and triggers.

Branching Story Flow

Want to give players more choices? Create story paths that branch, with decision points and consequences. Soon you’ll be able to serialize your stories and player choices in earlier stories will impact subsequent stories in your universe. Examples include Choose Your Own Adventure novels.

Complex Story Flow

Want to get even more complex? Create a sandbox world for players to explore. Set up side quests and tasks for them to complete to progress in the story. Create your own open world story game like Skyrim or Grand Theft Auto (but with static images).

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