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I want to make a fighting game just like mortal kombat...

Look, I am a beginner in ue4, I accept that. I wanted to make a game something similar to the Mortal Kombat, Can anybody please leave me a link to a tutorial which may help me to achieve this or can someone give an answer that could guide me to do so?

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asked Apr 11 '18 at 04:22 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image ThompsonN13 Apr 11 '18 at 04:33 PM

if your just starting out then your scope is to large. you are going to want to focus on learning to make smaller things first. learn to make a character blueprint for example. do a bunch of tutorials like this one to learn the basics of the engine and how to make basic games. if you dont know how to build the basic parts of your game then you cant make the whole of it. also fighting games are pretty advanced. they can be very complex to make given that so many things are based on proper / exact timing. the tutorial i linked will get you started in creating a player character, getting it to move, and animating it. that tutorial series is a set of videos that are only about 10 mins each and should only take you maybe a few hours to get though.

avatar image complicit bird Apr 11 '18 at 04:39 PM

Thank you for your Guidance ...

avatar image Jin_VE Apr 11 '18 at 04:41 PM

If you start out trying to make a game like that then you will fail and give up on game programming entirely. We want you to like game programming so we suggest that you start small and work your way up to something big like Mortal Kombat. That's something even the best of us would find challenging.

Think about it like this: if you wanted to learn about building cars would you ask how to build a Ferrari?

avatar image complicit bird Apr 11 '18 at 04:57 PM

Thats pretty convincing ... thank you!

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Hey try this maybe https://youtu.be/dzv4xVEImKE

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answered Apr 11 '18 at 04:35 PM

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avatar image BreakMaker Apr 11 '18 at 04:36 PM

I literally just Googled it :-D

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Your best route towards a fighting game is to search for "UE4 beginner tutorial" on YouTube and work your way up. I suppose you can watch the tutorial that @BreakMaker linked but I suspect you will run into things you can't make sense of.

Most people who go that route end up coming back here and asking us question after question as they run into problems in their tutorials. That's no way to learn anything. And it makes our lives harder because any answer we give won't be understood so we end up writing it for them. Again, no learning. And that means they'll always depend on others.

What you want to do is plan your route so you are making fun things as you work towards a fighting game. So maybe since a fighting game has jumping in it, you try some third person tutorials and then try some jump tutorials. Fighting games require collision detection so you could learn about collision/overlap in general first. The more you learn the more you'll know where you need to go next.

Good luck and remember: there's no shortcut to mastery. That's why there are so few masters.

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answered Apr 11 '18 at 06:02 PM

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