In the spirit of #GameMaker, we’re looking at ways to make the simplest game in a few weeks in a video tutorial series.
The video tutorial is for the game Majordomo Execus, which has been out for a couple of weeks.
It’s a simple game, and while it’s not technically a game, it’s definitely an enjoyable one.
Here’s how it works: You create an object called a “player” in your game.
You can use any type of object, but you need to be able to place the object on the screen.
This means that you need an object editor to do the editing.
To do this, create a file called “obj”.
Open this file, and create an Object Inspector.
Select an object with an appropriate name, and then click the Edit button.
From here, you can adjust the properties of that object.
For example, you might want to make it move faster than the player.
Press the Shift key, then the Enter key, and you can select the speed slider.
If you press the X key, you’ll change the X axis of the object.
To add more speed, you could make the object go faster by dragging it to the right, or by changing the direction.
Click the Save button to save the changes.
Now, that’s all you need.
In the first part of the tutorial, we’ll create a player that looks like this: