The Shoot 'Em Up Kit allows users to create their own professional quality videogames with just a few clicks of a mouse. With the Shoot Em Up Kit a simple game can be created in just a few seconds while lighting, camera views, behaviours, physics settings, shaders, particle effects and AI can be created and modified to fine-tune a complex game. Royalty-free stand-alone executables can be can be created, or you can upload your creations to share with the community. The Shoot Em Up Kit is now available from the Tall Studios website.

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This tutorial demonstrates how to use triggers in the Shoot 'Em Up Kit to enable NPCs, activate and deactivate lights, change camera views and end a level.

Posted by tallstudios on May 18th, 2013
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This tutorial demonstrates how to use triggers in the Shoot 'Em Up Kit. Four triggers are set up - the first enables NPCs and activates a light, the second deactivates the light, the third switches to a new camera view and the fourth end the level.

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