Local Help File – the same content available on the Wiki but in an offline format. This is updated periodically so for the most up-to-date information you should always check out the online Wiki.
Online Wiki – an online resource dedicated to everything 001 Game Creator related. The Wiki acts like an extensive user manual, explaining all of the ins and outs of the software.
Tips – learn about various tricks and tips using 001 Game Creator.
Map Editor Help – navigates to the Maps Wiki page.
Interface Editor Help – navigates to the Interfaces Wiki page.
Script Editor Help – navigates to the Script Editor Wiki page.
MMORPG Kit Help – navigates to the MMORPG Kit (Premium) Wiki page.
3D FPS Kit Help – navigates to the 3D FPS Kit (Premium) Wiki page.
Community Tutorials – navigates to our Steam Guides where you can find user-created tutorials/guides on how to create games in 001 Game Creator.
Video Tutorials – navigates to our YouTube Channel where you can watch video tutorials and trailers.
Action-RPG PDFs – offline PDF files of our video tutorials.
Legacy Tutorials – home to our original “Beginner’s Tutorial”, “Scripting Tutorial”, “Cutscene Tutorial”, “Interface Tutorial” and “Platformer Tutorial” which haven’t been updated in some time. For all intended purposes, these tutorials are considered legacy.
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Navigates to our Educational page, where educational institutions can ask for a price quote for bulk student licenses. This version of 001 Game Creator is specifically tailored for an educational environment – removing elements of blood, gore, weapons and foul language from the software. It is available in a MSI file that makes network installation easier for educational institutions.
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If you encounter any problems with 001 Game Creator then you can submit a bug report so that it can be fixed for a future version:
Username/Password OR E-mail Address – in order to submit a bug report you must first either be registered on the 001 Game Creator Forum or provide a valid e-mail address so that the team can get in contact with you, should they need further information.
Problems – here you can specify the type of problem(s) you’re experiencing. Note: some problems may alert you to post on the Forums instead, rather than send a bug report. If you’ve specifically been asked to send one then you can ignore this message.
Project of Concern – the project you’d like to send that has the problem(s) you’re experiencing.
Description of problem – here is where you can explain what the problem is you’re experiencing. Please be very specific and provide a recipe (if possible) as to how to re-create the problem to ensure the team fully understands and is able to track it down more quickly.
Include Saved Games – when ticked, this allows you to send saved game data along with your project (if needed).
Include Sounds and Music – when ticked, this allows you to send your Sounds and Music along with the rest of your project. Unless your problem is specifically related to Sounds and Music it is recommended that you disable this option as it will reduce the sending time considerably.