Featured What engine to use for Stealth game

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by Schnitzel, Feb 26, 2018.

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  2. Game Maker

  3. GDevelop

  4. Unreal Engine 4

  5. Game Salad

  6. Stencyl

  7. GDevelop

  8. Game Builder

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  1. Schnitzel

    Schnitzel New Member

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    I wanna make a top down 2D stealth game (retro style)and did really a lot of research but it seems stealth games are not that common.

    What engine should I use?
    My demands are: ​
    • possible to import own sprites
    • no coding
    • import and show video
    • being able to hide from guards
    • guards have basic stealth game AI
    This is what I came up with but I don't know what will work.
    • RPG Maker MV
    • GameBuilder Studio
    • Game Maker Studio
    • Stencyl
    • GDevelop
    • Game Salad
    Thanks for helping me out!!
     
  2. Gameicreate

    Gameicreate New Member

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    Make a pc game with help of RPG Maker then use this tools are simple enough for a child, and powerful enough for a developer.
     
  3. Zeno

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    No coding No game
     

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