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Android Puzzle Game Using Godot Engine From Start to Finish

Android Puzzle Game Using Godot Engine From Start to Finish

Use the Godot Engine to make a puzzle game called “Floot IT.”

What you’ll learn

Android Puzzle Game Using Godot Engine From Start to Finish

  • Windows needs to be set up so that Godot Engine can run on it and the game can be exported to Android apps.
  • Take a look at the Godot engine’s project manager, scene dock, scripts panel and more to get a better idea of how it works.
  • Creating game scenes and making money with Google AdMob.
  • In order to put the game on Android Markets like the Google PlayStore, you have to export the game.


  • Understanding basic programming concepts like variables and functions is needed to start working with programming.


If you play Flood It!, you have to flood the whole game board with one color in fewer steps than allowed. Try to flood it in the fewest steps possible!

One million people have used the app on Google Play.

how this game is made? Beginning to End With the source code available in all of the parts.

This is a how-to guide.

You can find Flood-It! Apps on Google Play.

Also, learn how to make money with your game using Google Admob and start using it.

There are a lot of banner ads.

In this case, video ads.

AND Video Ads That Pay.

Let’s look at some of the reviews for this game first:

Want to move more? (5 STARS)

Wonder how ad mob stats could be?

I don’t mind having some extra ways to make money.

I was able to learn how to do this thanks to this well-written, step-by-step guide.

Godot engine and Google ad mobs now make money for me.

I have to say that this tutorial was a game changer because it brought in so many different sources of income.

In this case, Lir Soracia is the name of the person (5 STARS)

not ideal, but pretty good. I like that you can change the size of the boards. As well, dynamic boards must be nice to have as well. It’s also true that some of the color palettes don’t make me want to rip out my hair. A few new ones with mostly dark or neutral colors would be nice.

Who this course is for:

  • A group of people who have some knowledge of programming and want to learn how to make Android games
  • People who want to make money without having to do anything. They make money by publishing and monetizing Android games.
  • People who like puzzles also like games, and this is why.

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