- Main Menu
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Opens the Game Settings window.
Opens the Legacy Settings window.
Opens the Startup Menu Settings window.
Opens the Visual Settings window.
This allows you to play your game from the very beginning. If you have any scripts in the “Introduction” System Trigger then they will run when you test your game. While testing your game, you can press “~” to increase the speed of the game play by 3. Holding the “Shift” key at the same time will increase game play speed by 5 instead. Holding the “Shift” key and “Ctrl” key at the same time will increase game play speed by 10, whereas holding the “Ctrl” key on its own will slow down the speed of the game by 3. These speed controls are only available during the testing of your game and will not be present once your game is built.
Click here to see Debugger options.
Click here to see Script Debugger options.
This allows you to test your game in your web browser as a HTML5-compatible game. Please note: only Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are compatible with this feature. Google Chrome also requires you to upload your HTML5 games in order to run them, whereas Mozilla Firefox can run them locally.
Please also note: Due to licensing issues, MIDI and MP3 music is only supported on Windows.
This opens your web browser and navigates to the Test on Mobile section of the Wiki for those interested in learning how to test their games on their mobile devices.
This allows you to build your game so that others may play it without having to install 001 Game Creator. You can specify the output directory, which is the location that the game will be built to, as well as the type of build:
Dedicated Online Multiplayer Server - when ticked, internal changes are made to the game build so that, when it launches, it's treated as a dedicated server.