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Multimedia Fusion 2 Developer® has been a favorite video game design software of iD for quite a while. This program is highly recommended for beginner students who want to learn how to design a game. Half game design, half educational software, Fusion is a powerful tool that guides students through the game creation process allowing them to let their imagination run free! Our Multimedia Fusion tutorials include some awesome games to get you started, check it out!

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The Multimedia Fusion 2 Developer Interface

Get started making games with Fusion! In this tutorial, you will learn how to navigate the basic interface of Fusion. You will learn three procedures: how to add a background, add text, and add and program a button.

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Firing A Weapon in Fusion

A character has to defend themselves, right? In this tutorial you will learn how to make an animated weapon and program its collision to destroy the enemy.

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Sound Effects and Music in Fusion

Background music and sound effects can all be found in the Library of Fusion. Add music to create atmosphere. Add sound effects in the Event Editor as reactions to collisions and weapons.

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Platform Game Programming and Side-Scrolling in Fusion

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Game Sprites and the Animation Editor in Fusion

Learn how to create and animate your own game sprites! "Sprite" is the technical term for all the characters and objects you see in 2D games.

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Creating Doors and Keys in your Fusion Game

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Programming Game Values in Fusion

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Health and Energy Bars in Fusion

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Melee Attacks in Fusion

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