It’s unfinished, i just have made the base of the lobby, and i think the lobby looks a bit ugly, and i don’t know what i can change/add/remove. So i reached to you guys, what i should add/remove/change? Thanks for reading
So far I don’t see this has a lobby really now if it had like floors to it where you could do different things while the game starts then ya that might work but rn I don’t really see this being a lobby as well as it looks small.
Make it look like a lobby.
Try adding stairs.
Try making it a little bit bigger.
All so try changing the color up a bit I mean the floor color all so add windows
All so remove the light blocks and add them when your done with the lobby.
Add chairs and tables and maybe a obby? Or a pool.
Maybe try to make the colors fit the theme of your game?: Actually, i’m using the logo colors
Add stuff that would make the players pass the time. How about a floor dedicated to play mini-games, like Pong, with two chairs for two players. Or maybe a ‘‘Spleef’’ game room?: This would be good, thanks!
I am kind of confused on what you are trying to build, it reminds me of that ‘find the hole’ game. For improvement, I think you should stick to one level or maybe two, expand the flooring and actually add details.The details can include leaderboards, shops, donation boards, and creations such as chairs, pillars, windows, etc.
Well, I’m guessing you’re going for that colourful theme which is a wonderful idea for the lobby. But, do you have any ideas on what the shops will provide? You could add clones of avatars in which GUI shops can be accessed to buy and sell items. Also, I suggest adding decorations around the shop stands like products that can be bought in the shop.
Your lobby should stick to a the games theme. For example, if its a horror game, then make your lobby look spooky and such.
I’d recommend that you put minigames in it, like a spleef game for example. You could even add some colorful spheres rolling around the lobby too. It helps entertain players that are waiting for the next round which prevents them from getting bored in your game.
It completely depends on what the lobby is for. If you are building it for an exciting game, with minigames etc, it is good! I would suggest adding a bit more interactivity. You need to make sure players want to spend their time there. Maybe add some beach balls, etc. Whereas if its for a horror game, you would need to mirror that in the lobby, little light, run-down, all that stuff.