GameMaker: Studio for Windows 8


"Gee Greg, you've been doing allot of Starter Kits, Game Creator's and such recently. Don't you think..."

I know, I know (and I know, I've said this before), I've been doing a lot of these kind of posts, but it feels like we're finally starting to see some momentum building, we're seeing some phase 2/3 versions of all these and things are starting to get exciting. That the kinds are out/getting out of school and what better way to keep them occupied than to have them building games? (We won't talk about those of you who will be on the beach/poolside typing away on your keyboards build games... Smiley

So one more post like this can't hurt, right? And given there's a free version that lets you build Windows 8 Store app's...

Getting Started with GameMaker Studio for Windows 8...

Updating your game for Windows 8 and  Windows Phone 8 with GameMaker: Studio™ is easy

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GameMaker: Studio

Fast, cross-platform games development

The GameMaker: Studio™ family of products caters to entry-level novices and seasoned game development professionals equally, allowing them to create casual and social games for, iOS, Android, desktop and the Web (HTML5) in record time and at a fraction of the cost!

As well as making games development 80 percent faster than coding for native languages, developers can create fully functional prototypes in just a few hours, and a full game in just a matter of weeks.

And when you're done, GameMaker: Studio™ will produce an "app store"-ready iOS, Android or OS X app, Windows executable or HTML5 code, all at the push of a button and all from the same source code.

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How quickly can you create a game? It took me longer to download and install it than it took me to start playing a game (though it was one of the included demo's, so that really doesn't count, does it?)




And not only are there demo games, but complete "in studio" tutorial's that will help the budding game creator get started (or at least keep them busy for a couple hours...)


So start building already!

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