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Godot doesn't seem to have great tutorials. The official Godot docs have the example Dodge the Creeps game, but it doesn't seem like it would teach a new game dev enough to be ready to make their own first game.


And I recently finished making All the King's Men for the Brackeys Game Jam, which is a tiny game in Godot that uses a lot of the fundamental concepts needed to make a game while not being overwhelming. So I wrote a tutorial on how I made it.


This is intended for people who have at least installed Godot and finished making Dodge the Creeps and are looking for a good next step, and might also be useful for people who've already made some games in Godot but weren't happy with how things turned out or who just want to see if there are better approaches.


I'm hoping that if you're sharp and go into it with an idea for a game you'd like to make, then this will show you ways of doing things that you can adapt for your purposes (or maybe adapt your idea to fit what can be done, but hopefully stay reasonably true to it). I'm not a professional programmer and might not be doing things the "right" way, but I made Quad so decide for yourself whether I'm qualified to write a tutorial for beginner / intermediate programming in Godot.


That's enough of an intro, if this is for you then it's time to get started with the tutorial.


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