How Can I Make An Isometric "flappy Bird" Style Game

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  1. Triton_

    Triton_ Boxer

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    Hello!

    I am wanting to begin a new project, but I have no idea how to start.
    I am trying to make a game that has the mechanics of "Flappy Bird" but has graphics equivalent to isometric games like "Ball Jump."
    If anyone can inform me on the best way I start the project and if it would be better to use a preset or set up the scene manually.

    I am just starting to use Buildbox so some help would be much appreciated!
     
  2. jcalle

    jcalle Miniboss Boxer

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    Hello, welcome to the Buildbox forum, please see several tutorials before asking questions.

    https://www.buildbox.com/tutorials/
    https://www.buildbox.com/buildbox-1-tutorials/
    https://www.buildbox.com/guides/
    https://www.buildbox.com/manual/
    And very important, use the search engine.

    I recommend that you make your first Flappy Bird in 2D.
     
  3. 5petersonzachary

    5petersonzachary Serious Boxer

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    Use the iso preset but change all the settings to the ones in the flappy bird preset
     
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  4. Gitesh

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    i had exported my game to apk. but when i clicked on it it immediately close. help
     
  5. Gitesh

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    i have 9 atlases.is this ads problem or what? i had placed only admob ads.
     
  6. Astro Games

    Astro Games Avid Boxer

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    It can be a problem of having too many atlases.
    It's recommended to keep number of atlases no more than 4 and no more than 200 'sprites' on screen at the same time.
     

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