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Role Playing Games with Swift and Sprite Kit

A brand new series of video tutorials on how to make top-down RPG style games with Swift 3 or 4 and Sprite Kit.

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Section 1

Making the Character Attack

In this session we'll make the character attack with a custom class, called AttackArea.



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Starting Project Files

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Making the Player Attack

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – The Attack Area Custom Class

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Section 2

Non Player Characters

This session we'll focus on NPC's, Non-Player Characters.



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Non Player Character (NPC) Introduction

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Parsing the Property List Data

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding the NPC to the Scene with Plist Data

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Walking Randomly Around the Scene

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Testing Physics Contacts Between NPCs and the Player

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Speaking to the NPC’s

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding a Speech Icon and Review

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Project End of NPC Session

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Section 3

Levels

In these videos we'll look at using the same GameScene class for multiple SKS files. We'll also work on making more fleshed out levels art wise.



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Level Introduction

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Splitting the GameScene Into Extensions

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Transitioning to SKS Files based on Device

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding Tile Sprites for SKTileMapNodes

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Using SKReference Nodes for GUI

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Remembering Properties Between Levels

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding Level Specific Properties

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Project End of Levels Session

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Section 4

The World Item Class

In this series of videos we'll make a flexible WorldItem class which can be used for common things like trees, buildings, portals, even treasure chests that reward inventory, currency, and much more. Items can also have locked and unlocked (open) states, so for example a portal might not function until a certain requirement is met.



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – World Item Introduction

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Finding WorldItem Data in the Property List

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Portals to Other Levels

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Briefly Touching up the NPC code

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Item Requirements and Info Text

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Switching Items to an Open Appearance

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Picking up a Castle Key and Adding it to Inventory

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Item Icons and Delaying Portal Entry

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Custom Info Time Variables and Level Rewards Clearings

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Time Based Opened of Items

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – The RememberTo Dictionary and Alternate Portals

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Project End of World Items Session

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Section 5

The Player

In these videos we'll focus on creating a Player class. We'll also add two unique control systems for the player. One where the player follows a path (drawn by the user) and another where the player is controlled with a simple touch down (more of a trackpad style control).



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – What’s Ahead with the Player

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – CGMutablePaths and SKShapeNodes that Display the Path

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Making the Player Follow the Path

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding Properties to the Player class

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Implementing an Alternate TrackPad Style Control

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Camera Changes for the iPad and Other Odds and Ends

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Throwing Projectiles

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Throwing Projectiles (Continued)

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Project End of Player Session

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Section 6

Buttons, GUI, and Inventory

In this session we'll add buttons to attack with, and work on the game's GUI to keep track of stats and inventory.



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Attack and Melee Buttons

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Veering Slightly When Walking

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Populating the Stats in our GUI

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding to Currency, XP, and Changing Player Classes

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding Health, Armor, Setup for Keeping Track of Ammo

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Switching Projectiles and Ammo Inventory

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Adding GUI for other Inventory

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Project End of Inventory Session

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Section 7

Enemies

Time to slay some enemies in this final section of the series!



Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Enemy Class Introduction

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Enemy Class Movement Setup

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 -Actions Based Movement for Enemies

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Random Movement for Enemies

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Making the Enemy Follow the Player

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Idle Animations

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Melee Attacks for Enemies

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Ranged Attacks for Enemies

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Damaging the Player

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – Damaging the Enemy

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – After Defeat and Respawning the Enemy

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Role Playing Games with Sprite Kit and Swift 3 – End of Series Project

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Category: Game Development  -   Primary Software: Xcode  -  
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