Now that you’ve completed the main structure of the game, and hopefully designed a few levels for the player to enjoy, you can consider making some additions to improve the gameplay. In this section, you’ll find a few more suggested features – add them as-is or adjust them to your liking.
As with the previous projects, you can add audio effects and music to improve the experience. In
res://assets/audio/, you’ll find audio files you can use for different game events, such as player jump, enemy hit, and item pickup. There are also two music files:
Intro Theme for the title screen and
Grasslands Theme for the level scene.
Adding these to the game will be left to you, but here are a few tips:
- You may find it helpful to adjust the volume of individual sounds. This can be set with the Volume dB property. Setting a negative value will reduce the sound’s volume.
- You can attach the music to the master