Point & Click - Adventure Game

Jaime Chan

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This Asset Engine will help you start to make your own point & click adventure game or serve you as a guideline to expand your knowledge on this type of games . This engine will allow you to move anywhere you click in a platform approach (similar to the game “Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery”) and store and use inventory. This asset includes a fully functional game sample as shown in the video, which will help you give an idea on how you can use it.


  • 2d platform point & click movement
  • Inventory system
  • Text with border
  • Object reflection
  • Camera view ready for parallax
  • Sample sprites (based on Derek Laufman's Toom art)

Controls R = restart 1 = Full Screen/ Window Left Click = the rest

Cheat Sheet Watch the video

Note: Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I am more than glad to help you with anything related with this asset.

End User Licence Agreement (EULA).

Version 1.0.0. Published April 18, 2015

Created with GameMaker: Studio v1.99.355

Age Rating: 9+

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Joakim H 03 October 2016

Problems with HTML5

Not bad, but lacking some commenting.
I ran into some problems when exporting to HTML5. I've been trying to get a hold of the developer, with no luck...
Actions/states doesn't seem to work in HTML5. For example, the character does not sit down on the chair when clicking on it.
Hopefully the developer will answer here.


Lurdiak L 18 September 2016


While everything certainly works as advertised, and any base for such an underserved niche of Game Maker is appreciated, one would expect something meant to be used as a building block would have much more robust commenting on the code to help newbies. Furthermore, the choice to keep the movement on a 2D plane, even though the vast majority of point and click games have no such restriction, is very odd in the context of a starting point. Anyone buying this is expected to blindly grope their way through the uncommented code to figure out how to change such a basic thing, which is emblematic of the entire affair. Still, it's better than nothing.


JOSHUA I 15 February 2016

Not too shabby

Been playing around with this for almost a week now, trying to extend and modify it to suit my needs and I have to say it's definitely worth buying if you're looking to do a Point and Click game and aren't too sure how to go about it.
Obviously you'd have to do a little bit of fiddling to make a fully fledged game from it, so it's not going to answer all your prayers if you just picked up Game Maker yesterday, but that's hardly a criticism at all.
The example art is lovely too and just the kind of thing I was going for - probably what attracted me to it in the first place.


davide m 19 April 2015

Standing ovation!!!

I've been looking for a "point & click adventure engine" for months, on the marketplace and GM forums (even in the old sandbox site), but i couldn't find anything at all, so i was super excited when i saw this engine popping out on the MP, and i bought it immediately.
And now that i've tested it for a couple of hours i'm even happier! Here's why:

- The scripts are so well thought and organized that you can understand them well even if your GML knowlegde is limited (i started with GM 4 months ago, and i have no problems with them, after reading everything carefully).

- The camera is supersmooth and perfect for an adventure game.

- The sprites are delicious, and the reflection effect is the classical icing on the cake.

Plus: the publisher is very gentle and helpful.

All of my love to this project!

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