Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 4) – Characters & Party Members

Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 4) - Characters & Party Members

In Part 4 of the Characters & Party Members tutorial for the Smile Game Builder Tutorial series, I go through several requested options, namely, Eldred will join when:

  • A certain party member is in the party
  • you’ve visited a certain location
  • you’ve defeated a certain monster
 

Video

You can watch the other parts in the series (recommended):

Part 1

Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 1) - Characters & Party Members
Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 1) – Characters & Party Members

Part 2

Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 2) - Characters & Party Members
Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 2) – Characters & Party Members

Part 3

Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 3) - Characters & Party Members
Smile Game Builder Tutorial #3.3 (Part 3) – Characters & Party Members

Next Tutorials

First of all, after this, I’m putting tutorials in sequence, regardless of if they’re multi-part or single to make things much easier to follow and edit.

In the next tutorial in the series, I’ll look at Conditions, including what each one does, how to use them effectively, and so on. I’ve received so many how-to requests regarding the Conditions that this might need an extension into several parts. But, I’ll try to cover as many of them as possible, notably in new videos.

Because I’m extremely busy from now until the run-up to the New Year, time is still limited. However, my goal is still to produce two tutorials per week in order to cover these how-to requests, alongside many of the SmileBoom’s new features. Most notably, after their official update release on Steam.

With that said, the new video recording and editing software I bought has proven their worth and enables me to create more dynamic content. Although the focus is on Smile Game Builder at present, with practice and resolution, proper time management means that I can fit everything in to the time I do have.

Thank You

And in conclusion, I’d like to thank everyone for their comments and suggestions. Although I may not be in a position to address them right away, however, I make extensive notes. Consequently, future tutorials may include solutions or answers as necessary.

Author: CompanionWulf