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Ever wanted to make an FPS? Well with 3drad you can make an awesome FPS easily. This tutorial will show you the basics of making an FPS

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Ever wanted to make an FPS? Well with 3drad you can make an awesome FPS easily. This tutorial will show you the basics of making an FPS.

Before i start make sure you have the latest version of 3drad. you can download it at: 3drad.com

In this tutorial i'm going to show you how to get your map set up and how to add a player and skybox.you can either read or Download the prodject.

Here are the steps in words.
1. Goto Object then add and add a GForce object
2. Goto Object then add and add a Floor (use RigidBody or Terrain)
3. Add some elements (Skybox, Trees, rocks ect)
4. Add your Player (Object\Add\Cam1stPerson)
5. Check your Player to the G-force object and the floor object
6. Test your game by pressing space.

Here is the Project:
3drad.com

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Justin123991
Justin123991

How do I get enemies?

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TheDiddyHop

i'm not sure... i'm still trying to figure that out :/

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joshwd36
joshwd36

I have got a cricket bat which I made in sketchup and imported it as a rigid body. How do I get it to turn round with the first person cam?

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