Meet Angry Pumpkins: A game made using ChatGPT, DALL-E 3 and MidJourney – The Indian Express

The use of artificial intelligence-powered chatbots and services has skyrocketed in the last few months, with people using the technology to create all sorts of things from courses to images to programs.
Now, a user on X named Javi Lopez seems to have made a video game called ‘Angry Pumpkins’, which resembles the popular 2010 title ‘Angry Birds’. The post indicates that the game was made from scratch using popular AI tools like Midjourney, ChatGPT and DALL-E 3.
Midjourney, DALL•E 3 and GPT-4 have opened a world of endless possibilities.
I just coded “Angry Pumpkins 🎃” (any resemblance is purely coincidental 😂) using GPT-4 for all the coding and Midjourney / DALLE for the graphics.
Here are the prompts and the process I followed:
— Javi Lopez ⛩️ (@javilopen) October 31, 2023
Lopez said he used ChatGPT to generate an interactive version of the game, which resulted in 600 lines of code. He then tweaked the generated code and added additional details like particle effects and objects.
Midjourney was used to create objects, background images and characters and the intro screen was made using DALL-E 3, which also happens to power the Bing Image Creator. Lopez said players can make their own levels using instructions written at the bottom of the screen when playing the game.
When asked about the amount of time it took to make the game, Lopez said it took him around 10-12 hours including the time it took to write the thread.
While AI chatbots like ChatGPT, Bing Search and Google Bard cannot make games using simple prompts, Angry Pumpkins gives us an idea of how the video game industry, which often requires millions of dollars to develop a single game can make use of popular tools like ChatGPT and Midjourney to cut down on costs as well as save time.