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Construct 2 is the follow up from Scirra's Construct Classic which has had around 500,000 downloads to date. Construct 2 allows people to make game in an intuitive and visual way. Scirra's ambition is to make Construct 2 better, more stable and more powerful than Construct Classic. Construct 2 is based on years of experience developing Construct Classic.

Export to HTML5

Construct 2 initially only exports to HTML5, but more export formats are going to be supported in the future such as EXE and possibly native mobile applications. Construct 2 is mainly for 2D game development. It aims to open the doors of game making to everyone by presenting making games in a visual and intuitive way.

HTML5 Demos

Scirra has released a couple of fully playable and functional HTML5 demos. The project files for these demos can also be downloaded and experimented with.

Construct 2 Versions

There are currently three versions of Construct 2, the free edition, the standard early adopter and the business early adopter. The free version comes bundled with free music, sound effects, ambient sounds and animated sprites. The paid editions release a few restrictions the free version places and also come with far more resources to use in your games.

Learning Resources

Scirra's website has lots of tutorials and their forum is very active.

Download Free Edition

You can download Construct 2 Free Edition here. Make some games today!

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About Tokyo Dark with 0 comments by Cherrymochi on Jan 28th, 2015


We have some exciting news. Tokyo Dark is on the

Square Enix Collective.


“Square Enix Collective is a curated platform that enables creators to post ideas, and gamers to judge whether those ideas should become reality or not. If an idea is supported by the community, we may offer to support the project through crowdfunding as well.. “ -Square Enix


As a small studio this is huge news for us, it could really help us make Tokyo Dark into something very special.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!


Please vote for Tokyo Dark and comment on the collective site to show Square Enix that Tokyo Dark is a game you want to play.


Other News:


We've recently added train travel to the game. Trains are the best way to travel around Tokyo, and in Tokyo Dark you can interact with other passengers and explore as you travel.



We've also been adding detail to detective It
ō's apartment and working on the investigation system.



As always we welcome your feedback and comments!

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Leandrus
Leandrus Nov 7 2014, 7:56am says:

Hello All.
Somebody should update the "Platforms" supported by the engine.
I add a game in SlideDB and the was no construct 2 option because there no Android support for it.
Please update :)

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Wisdoms
Wisdoms Aug 22 2014, 3:59am says:

Simply the best.

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Guest
Guest Jun 3 2014, 11:37am says:

What does it mean when it says it only exports in HTML5?

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3dslider
3dslider Jan 11 2014, 5:11pm says:

Easy and powerfull for 2D games creation !

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Toyotame
Toyotame Sep 11 2013, 1:05pm buried:

(buried)

This engine is really awful, its need to bundle freaking whole Chromiun engine to run primitive game

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UlpoMedia
UlpoMedia Apr 28 2013, 3:34pm says:

I love this engine!, is very fast for created game!

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barbatos1995
barbatos1995 Mar 20 2013, 6:07am says:

it look easier than mmf2 xDDD

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ShinyLuvdiscHG
ShinyLuvdiscHG Dec 16 2014, 9:33pm replied:

I can rest assure you, it is. One thing I loved about switching to C2, is that although it is way better, it was also similar enough to MMF that I could easily carry my knowledge over without having to learn too much extra. Their manual is also very detailed and new features also get added to it in a timely manner. The manual for MMF is dinosaur aged.

Oh, and probably the biggest thing MMF is inferior with, is the default platform movement. It is SOOOOOO broken in MMF, and they refuse to fix it, making excuses like "this is only even here for legacy support, just make your own custom engine" despite advertising them as friendly for beginners in the same way construct is, while never explaining why they can't just fix/improve it. There is also "Platform Movement Object", shortened to PMO, a third party extension that is somewhat better... it has less bugs, but it still pails to the default in Construct. It is more limited... like for example, you can force something to "jump" via an action, but unlike C2, it has nothing like an "is jumping?" condition. But the best thing is probably the mentality. The C2 manual actually encourages you to use their default one instead of making a custom one. Basically, they recognize that making your work easier, equates to effeciency/motivation, rather than laziness.

Oh and try doing the following in both programs. I dare you.
1. Give a character object Platform Behavior/PMO
2. Make a platform object that is solid behavior or set it up as an obstacle in PMO.
3. Make this platform move.
4. Run the game, and then try to stand on it.

Let's just say.. the difference... is huge, but simple.
It's a huge game changer and using Construct 2 adds many more possibilities... many of which become allowed simply due to motivation or work effeciency factors. In other words, more effort is actually worth putting in.

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer Mar 9 2012, 11:35am says:

Okay, ever since the little trail that resulted from my first comment -- I take no issue with Construct 2, it just sort of came out of nowhere (at least for me). I hope you guys succeed with it, and maybe even manage to get within the realm of 3D games.

I'm still going to be using Construct Classic, but I wish you guys all the best.

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TheUnabridgedGamer
TheUnabridgedGamer Sep 15 2011, 3:08pm says:

Correct me if I'm wrong -- but wasn't Construct made to be an open source engine?

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Scirra Creator
Scirra Feb 1 2012, 9:42am replied:

We have Construct Classic, and open source game making engine.

We have since written a new engine from the ground up, Construct 2, which isn't open source.

They are both very distinct.

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VegBerg
VegBerg Oct 2 2011, 1:11pm replied:

They probably thought they could change that by adding a "2" at the end :c

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Scirra Creator
Scirra Feb 1 2012, 9:43am replied:

We added a 2 to the end because it's our second game engine! They are not the same product.

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figalot
figalot Oct 9 2011, 6:33am replied:

You are a ******* idiot. Construct 1 was mostly in c++ and this is now in html5 and javascript (making it web compatible). So basically its a whole new engine.

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koburamoe
koburamoe Oct 10 2011, 4:49pm replied:

Construct 1 is still FREE and OPEN-SOURCE .... so i don't see the big hoey about the fact that they want to make a profit out of a new web compatible version .

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koburamoe
koburamoe Feb 3 2012, 2:30am replied:

Exactly , at least people can still use the open source one for free and commercial use , The second one is more for web-use , i don't like web games :(

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Rmas
Rmas Feb 3 2012, 11:42am replied:

You can use Construct 2 for commercial use too!

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