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  • 1. How to create a game inhttp://www.flowlab.ioFirst screen you get when creating a game is this:I chose the tutorial option and went step by step showing how to create thegame:Firstly you set the gravity of the game:
  • 2. Now you can choose the colour of your background of the game:This is how you create new object when selecting specific part of the gamingscreen:These are the different object (sprite) panel in which you can create them,similar tools as in paint/photoshop:
  • 3. After you select (create) the object you want to use you put it in the specificlocations you want it to be in. The cloning option is also proided:When inserting gaming characters (or moving objects) this display comes up.You can change different setting, outcomes, speeds etc. This part of the gamemaking process has mathematical involvement:After you have added the objects (moving or not moving) you can run the gameto play test it.
  • 4. This is the game I made being play tested:After editing the game you can run it again using this button:This is the game screen when in editor:It is interesting that the game screen does not change much in the editor, and ispretty similar when playing the game, except when playing you can navigate thecharacter and play the game.