Welcome to the second part of IGN’s adventure tower guide, where we’ll explore building your own adventure tower.
The goal of this series is to show you the different types of tower you can build, which is essential if you’re going to explore the world of adventure games.
The first part of the guide covers the basics of tower building, but we’ll cover more advanced topics like the creation of dungeons and the creation and layout of the game world.
For this article, we’re going straight to the basics, so you don’t have to do any work.
Just download the game from the PC or Mac store and you’re done.
Let’s get started.
The BasicsThe basics of building an arcade adventure are pretty simple.
You start by selecting an arcade title from the list and then clicking the “Build” button.
Your adventure will be a 3D tower.
To build a tower, you’ll need to select an area and then click the “Create” button to add blocks.
Each block in your adventure will have an ID and a name.
The blocks will be placed in the same order as you place them in the game, so they’ll all appear the same.
You’ll have access to two different game options when you’re building an adventure.
The “Custom” option lets you change the basic layout of your tower, such as placing the tower in the middle or the side.
The other option is called “Thematic.”
This option lets the game automatically choose the correct layout based on the layout of an area.
When the game uses Thematic, you can choose to have the tower’s entire base be an area, or to have only the main part be a part of a larger area.
You can also choose to add more areas to your adventure, which will be added when you add more blocks to the adventure.
Each area can have multiple levels, so when you build an adventure with more than one area, you need to choose which one you want to use.
The level select option lets’s you add levels to your tower to add different features, such the level of your dungeon or the area in which you want your tower’s dungeon to appear.
When building an Adventure Tower, you must select an action to begin building the tower.
There are two kinds of actions: “Start” and “Start with a Block.”
You start building your tower by clicking the “+” button next to the name of the action.
This will take you to the action’s description and it will show you all the options for that action.
You can use the “+,” and “–,” keys to move through the options.
If you need help building your first adventure, try to select the “Custom Adventure” action instead.
Once you’ve made your selection, click “Build.”
When you’re ready to start building, you have two options to choose from: “Build All” and/or “Build as a Cube.”
This is what you’ll use to build the most complicated part of your adventure.
You’ll be able to add walls, doors, and other parts to the tower as you build it.
You have to choose a tile type to build with, which you’ll see in the following image.
You may choose to place your adventure in the world and place your dungeon in a particular area.
You won’t have control over the direction of the world when you place your tower in an area because you’ll be in control of the direction the world is moving.
In order to control the world, you will need to place blocks.
You choose a block from the action menu and click the “+.”
You then choose the location where the block will be, and click “Add.”
The next screen will show a list of all the blocks in the area.
To add a new block, click it and choose a new location.
If the tile you selected has no walls or doors in it, you won’t be able see any blocks on it.
You must click “Save” to finish building.
When you’re finished building, click the end of the adventure to close out.
When you want an action that will only take you one step, you just need to click “Done” and the action will finish building and you can move on.
When choosing an action, you may click “OK” to save your changes and then return to the game.
When a new action has been added to your menu, you only have to click the checkmark beside it.
If your tower is too big, you should save your progress before adding more blocks.
When the game asks you if you want it to save the current game, you say “yes.”
If the game says it can’t do that, click OK again.
You now need to save a game with the new action.
To do this, you open the game menu again and select the option to “Save as.”
When you save, the game will open and you’ll have to save again before it will save the game in