Making a game...Without Code?!

Making a game...Without Code?!

Hello, Salve, مرحبًا! Welcome to another post of SomethingPhyshy! Today we're gonna be talking about an AMAZING game engine, but it's not what you think...

Previously I had little or no coding or 3D modeling experience, but still wanted to make Chronovalis. Unfortunately AI didn't do it so I was forced to find something else.

I looked around at various popular game engines, such as Godot, Unreal, Unity, and Gamemaker studio, but they all had one thing in common: you needed to write a TON of code!

This was a big setback, as learning the syntax and structure of a whole coding program is like learning a new language, which was an issue. Then I found Yahaha.

Yahaha is a gamemaking engine, that allows you to make, edit, co-create, publish, and play games that others have created. You can also make posts and follow your favorite creators if you like.

But what really stood out to me was the simplicity. Yahaha Studios allows you to make and publish games with a perfect mix of intuitive and easy controls that don't present much of a learning curve and complex and useful components that bring your game together with great gameplay and mechanics.

Making an NPC in Yahaha

All you have to do is search whatever model you want, such as "Wizard" "Goblin" "Watermelon" it doesn't matter. Take your model, and place it in your world, then scale it and position it in your world until you like it. Then, select it and add the "NPC" component. Then set the name, behavior, ID, and even loot drops and quests. Then you'll have a working NPC in five minutes.

Making an NPC in anything else

You'll have to make your own model, set the bend points, add and code all the animations, shadows, and collisions. Then code all the dialog, background, audio, tones, colors, size, behavior, and a hundred other things.

What you'll be doing for five days

Then you'll have a working NPC in about 5 days.

This is, in a nutshell, why I would choose Yahaha for my go-to for a quick, easy, and intuitive gamemaking interface.

Official site

YouTubers I find useful

The official Yahaha YouTube channel

Smartpoly

Sometimes the best way to learn is to ask people who've done it for a while, and I find these are the best channels for Yahaha tutorials so be sure to check them out.

I hope this post was useful, hopefully you'll download Yahaha and enjoy as much as me.