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Worry no more — creating levels can be easy, fun and done with almost no contact with code. This Sprite Kit scene editor tutorial assumes that you already know the basics of Swift as well as the basics of the Sprite Kit.

This way you can focus on creating an awesome zombie-rich environment level without tinkering with all the underlying logic. The starter project comes with:. Fear the Dead leads you on a nail-biting adventure where you have to escape from one room into another without being bitten by infected, nasty zombies.

For a full-blown game, there would be tons of exciting levels. This is where the scene editora built-in Xcode tool designed to help you build levels without having to write everything in code, comes in.

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Now, click the — button in the lower mid-right corner until you see a yellow rectangle appear. Alternatively, you can also pinch your trackpad to zoom in and out.

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You should now have a view similar to:. When creating a new scene, the default scene size is x pixels, but you want your level to be a bit bigger. Next, change the dimensions of the scene to be x The scene is now ready for some components, so now you get to move on to looking at what you can actually add.

The Object Library displays all the different objects you can drop onto your scene and configure. No longer will you have to manage these in code nor re-run your program every few seconds to make sure everything is placed correctly. First, drag and drop a Color Sprite onto the scene.

Most of these properties should be recognizable. That way you do not have to define it in code.

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Generally, you want to choose the simplest possible shape to get the desired accuracy you need for your game, as the more complicated the shape the higher the performance cost. With the player node selected in the scene, click the Body Type menu and select Alpha mask. Finally, change the Category Mask to 1. The category mask will come into play later to detect contacts between the player and other nodes.

As previously mentioned, Fear the Dead will also use lighting to create a spooky feel. One last thing before you build and run. With this On top of my game scene 1 line of code you have hooked up the player sprite from the scene editor to the actual code inside GameScene. Build and run the game and you should now be able to move the player around by touching the screen. Every zombie sprite will have a unique position but all will have the following properties:. So, there is a little more coding to On top of my game scene 1.

Just like you did with the player, you need to add a few lines of code before these zombies will operate with the rest of the game. These lines will find every child node with the name zombie and add them to an array of zombies — that sounds truly terrifying! This array will eventually move the zombies around the screen. Build and run the game and the zombies should now be chasing you.

All this running about is tiresome, and the zombies have you trapped. Your player might as well be the main course at a buffet as far as they are concerned. Go ahead and add a goal to the lower-right corner. Select a Color Sprite from the Object Library and drop it on the scene.

Then add the following properties to the sprite:.

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Just like before, you need to use this sprite in your code. Last, but not least, add a background to the game scene. Add the following properties to the sprite:. Build and run the game.

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As you run around the level the walls should keep you in place — see if you can get to the goal before the zombies get to you. The player and the zombies look too small, and the game feels a bit too predictable. On top of my game scene 1 iOS 9, Apple introduced a new class called SKCameraNodewhich is an object used to specify a position in the scene from which it can render.

Because the camera is a node, it can be moved just like any other node in the scene using actions, physics and so on. When a scene renders with a camera node, two things happen:. What this means is that if, for example, the camera is moved 20 pixels to the right, then the scene is rendered as if everything else moved 20 pixels to the left. At about three minutes, you meet the SKCameraNode.

The answer is, as you might expect, that you can create it using the scene editor.

Go to the Object Libraryand locate the Camera node. If you were to run the game right now, the camera would not yet be activated because you need to tell the game scene to use the camera node as its camera.

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With this done, the camera should work as expected. Build and run the game and you should now only see a fourth of the level at any given time.

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The camera should also follow the player as you move it around. For your game, it would be nice if you could add some walls, so kick off this part by adding a wall scene.

In exactly the same way as before, your task is to resize the scene to your needs and add some sprites. Set the scene size to be 50 x pixels.

Next, select a Color Sprite from the Object Librarydrop it onto the scene and add the following properties to it:.

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Now that you have a reusable wall, you have the building blocks to create a new reusable room scene. Just like before, right-click the Scenes folder and select New File…. Drag and drop three reference objects onto the scene On top of my game scene 1 give them the following properties:. Go back to the GameScene. That was quite the task, but with these fancy reference objects added your amazing level should look like this:.

Build and run the game to see if you can complete your newly created level. All you have to do is specify the sound asset that should play back, as well as the node that will be the listener for positional audio coming from SKAudioNodes. With these in place, Sprite Kit automatically takes care of the rest, ensuring immersive, positional audio in your game. The SKAudioNode is introduced about five minutes in. First, open the GameScene.

This ensures that the moaning sound comes from the zombie and only the zombie itself. Before running your code, try adding an audio node with the scene editor. Build and run the game, and you should be able to hear the zombies moaning and the background music. Well, in Xcode 7 and later, you can! The action editor displays all the nodes in the scene and a timeline with rows that correspond to each node.

Grab a Scale Action object from the Object Library and drop it onto the timeline track for the camera node.


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