Good Tutorials?

Ok… im pretty new and i was wondering if there was any good game tutorial videos with Voice Overs or just text tutorials because so far i only know how to make a basic Maze game

try http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Blender_3D:_Noob_to_Pro

Or you could have a look at Blendenzo’s tutorials sticky.

ive tried the Noob-Pro book but the game engine stuff is WAAAAYYY to easy…

Then what are you looking for? You gotta start small and work your way up!

i Dont reaally know… so far i know how to use the keyboard to move things around and some basic modelling, making physics objects and ragdolls, so anything a bit more advanced then them… ive made 1 game which was a basic one level maze but i didnt see the point in making other levels

:DMy site http://blender3dtutor.com.

Heh, but at the moment it’s still semi-premature (there are some good tutorials there). Check back in a few months or so and I should have up a few more tutorials targeted at making certain type of games. There’ll definitely be a few more advanced tutorials here and there that’ll help in game creation.

Jason Lin

Read the Blender Game Reference if you haven’t already.

You mean blengine’s tutorial sticky?
http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?t=11430

Also, I highly recommend goldentaiji’s tutorials (the link is in his post). His were some of the first tutorials I found early on.

You’ll find a lot of great stuff at http://www.blending-online.co.uk as well as http://www.tutorialsforblender3d.com. Don’t forget to check out Doc Holiday’s stuff at http://www.neewo.de (it’s in German, so you may need to use Google translate to understand it).

Also, may I humbly suggest the tutorials at my own site: http://www.blendenzo.com/indexTuts.html

Whoops, close enough.

http://kalith.sourceforge.net/tutorials/

I’d seen ur site before Blendenzo and the vertex parenting helped quite a bit because i was trying to make a small kind of marble game but it looked kinda stupid when the ball couldnt rotate