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A simple interactive scene

This simple tutorial walks you through creating a simple scene where user clicks can cause an entity to rotate.

Using 3D models in Decentraland

Add predefined animations to a 3D model

This tutorial shows you how you can download a feely licenced 3D model from Google Poly, and apply free animations that you can download from Mixamo to it.

It then also goes over how you can activate these animations in a Decentraland scene.

Add animations to a 3D model in Blender

This tutorial shows how you can download a freely licenced 3D model from Google Poly, import it into Blender and then create an armature to manually create your own animations for it.

It then also goes over how you can activate these animations in a Decentraland scene.

Add a collider to a 3D model

This tutorial shows how you can add a collider to a 3D model. Colliders prevent users of your scene from walking through things. They are separate objects that are invisible but occupy space and stand in for what are often more geometrically complex objects.

Advanced coding in Decentraland scenes

Jukebox

Buttons, sound, and rendering from arrays

This tutorial shows how you can build a jukebox. It includes an array of animated buttons that can be interacted with, each button triggers the playing of a different song.

This tutorial includes a written guide to acompany the video.

Block Dog

Simple AI for character, event handling and using a state machine

This tutorial shows how you can handle some basic behaviors of character in a Decentraland scene. The dog in this scene does the following:

  • It randomly sits and stands up on its own.
  • If you click the dog, it switches from standing up to sitting down.
  • If you click the water bowl, it walks towards it and drinks.
  • If you step inside the bounds of the scene, the dog follows you and sits in front of you.

This tutorial includes a written guide to acompany the video.

Tower defense game

Random content generation, path following, event handling, rendering from arrays and keeping score

This tutorial shows how you can build a simple yet fully functional game in Decentraland. It walks you through how to create a tower defense game that includes:

  • A randomly generated path
  • Traps that appear in random positions
  • A series of enemy entities that move down the generated path
  • A way to kill these enemies via traps
  • A score board
  • A reset button
  • Support for multiple players

This tutorial includes a written guide to acompany the video.

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