Have you ever dreamt of making your own video game, but got stuck with every tool you’ve looked at? ? Do you want to learn about making games without going deep into programming and need a guide to start with the making of video games? Below are the four websites that you can start with the aim to make the process as simple as possible, and the highlight is programming is not necessary. Let’s get started:
- Flappy Code: Programming Tutorial for Absolute Beginners
Don’t know the first thing about programming but want to make a video game? Visit Flappy Bird. It is an interesting story of an incredibly simple game, made in Vietnam, that became a global phenomenon. Flappy Code is an ideal tutorial for anyone interested in learning basic programming skills. It is a drag-and-drop interface that shows you, one step at a time, how the logic behind it works. If you are confused where to start with the programming, or want a site that teaches the basics, check out this site first. It is a great tutorial that takes the benefit of a familiar game in a pretty much interesting way.
- Stencyl: Create Games Without Coding
Flappy Code is like a tutorial, but Stencyl helps you in actually building an entire game, and eventually releasing it across platforms. Stencyl is a complete blown development environment, designed for non-programmers. This isn’t going to be spontaneous. It demands your work. You can check out the games other programmers have made. Anayalse their work and you’ll realize that learning this system can produce great results for those willing to take the time. This software is free to download, but if you want to publish your creation on computers having Windows, Mac, Linux or iOS and Android mobile devices you have to pay for a license.
- Flow Creator: Web Based App for Creating Games
If you don’t find Stencyl up to the mark for your code-free game creation, then you Flow Creator is another choice. It’s a free and web-based system that assists you through the whole process quite a bit, and there’s a generous community out there to help you. Unlike Stencyl, the free version restricts the creation process as you can only make up to 5 levels, with a total of 50 objects Still. So if you’re just looking to experiment, it’s worth counting on!
- Twine: Build a Hypertext Game
Are you willing to create interactive fiction game? Then Twine might be a better tool for you. This free program gives you an easy way to create a web-based version of the game in your mind. In some ways it’s more of a text editor than it is an IDE, making it a complete beginners tool for anyone wanting to get into Interactive Fiction. Twine represents something original, i.e., the transformation of video games into something that is not only utilized by the masses but also created by them.
Hence, apply yourself, and make something great with your imagination and creativity.
Let us know in the comments section about what type of games do you want to create?
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