Destruction Simulator Instant Max Level Script
I poorly managed my time during this hackathon, which prevented me from implementing all of the ideas that I wanted to implement into this game. These include: implementing character animations and modifying the cube destruction script to have the character punch the cubes into smaller fragment, not implementing levels where the player has to get from one point to another, and improving existing menu/pause backgrounds.
Destruction Simulator instant Max Level Script
Chaos is Unreal Engine's high-performance physics and destruction system. With Chaos Destruction, users can achieve cinematic-quality visuals in real time in scenes with massive-scale levels of destruction and unprecedented artist control over content creation.
The game is about traversing open worlds at high speed while, in a similar fashion to other "simulator" experiences found on Roblox, continually upgrading the player character's abilities. Unique to this game, the player can find multicolored Chaos Orbs scattered around the world which gradually increase their Experience Points (XP) when collected. The playable character also gains one XP for each step they take or through purchases from in-game shops. Another source of XP is through completing Quests. Sky Rings, also unique to the game, grant large amounts of XP when traveled through. Gathering enough XP will increase the player's level, increasing the following parameters:
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