Plugins

This is a list of my humble plugins for Construct 2. Don’t know what that is? Well, get more info at Scirra.com.

Inventory Aid

(Current version 0.72)

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“Inventory Aid” is a Construct 2 plugin designed to help in the creation of typical game inventories and manage their contents. See below for more information.

Purchase (3€) You will need PayPal in order to buy the plugin.
Download You need to be logged in to be able to download.
View Documentation Learn more about the plugin here.
Watch on YouTube Take a look at some videos about the plugin.

Free plugins

While the following plugins are free to use, you will have to do so at your own risk. Meaning that I simply do not guarantee bug-free functionality or that you won’t run into any issues related to my plugins.

Name Version Description
Dialogs 1.0 A plugin for opening javascript popup boxes (alert, confirm, prompt).

Learn more about this plugin here.

jMatch3 0.4 Handles the logic of a match-3 game. Based on the jMatch3 lib created by Cyrille Bogaert.

Learn more about this plugin here.

Menu Aid 0.5 Create game menus easily.

Learn more about this plugin here.

noisejs 1.1 Provides perlin and simplex noise functionality via noisejs. The noisejs lib was created by Joseph Gentle based on code by Stefan Gustavson.

Learn more about this plugin here.

Obsolete plugins

Name Version Description
Spilgames HTML5 Game API 1.1 A Construct 2 plugin for the Spilgames HTML5 Game API. Many thanks to the kind folks over at Spilgames for making this possible!

Learn more about this plugin here.

Yepi API 0.6 Enables you to use the features of the Yepi.com mobile HTML5 API. Click here for further documentation.

2 thoughts on “Plugins

  1. Hi there,

    First, thank you so much for sharing your plugins with us. I’ve been using the noisejs plugin extensively.

    Would you please consider releasing the noisejs plugin as a c3addon? I’m dying to run my game in Construct3 public beta, and suspect it would be less effort for you to convert your plugin to c3 than it would be for me.

    Thanks again,
    Jac Stofberg

    1. I’m not too fond of C3 being completely browser-based, so I haven’t really looked into it at all so far. Currently I have no idea what it takes to convert a plugin I’m afraid and there are no plans for C3 support from my side in the near future.

      EDIT: C3 support is planned for the Inventory Aid plugin!

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