PlayBasic is game creation language for windows. Made for beginners, but powerful enough to produce exciting games. Play includes as many built in features as possible. Letting you focus on making games and not the complex techniques behind it.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: PlayBasic is full featured game creation language for windows. It was designed to make it easy for beginners and while still being powerful enough to produce exciting games. It achieves this via including as many inbuilt features as possible, letting you work on constructing your game, rather than learning the complex techniques behind, it like other tools. Making Play Basic the gateway to learning programming for those budding game designers out there.
PlayBasic aims at compatibility first !, over exploiting the latest DirectX 9 hardware. This means that your system doesn't require a 3D video card to use Play Basic. And ensures the games that you create, will work on as many systems as possible. Allowing you to share your programs with the world. The preview / demo editions can not create executables however. Your still encouraged to share your source codes with other users on our forums.
The package comes with a comprehensive programming environment called PlayWrite, built in debugger as well hundreds of examples and Help files to get you started. If that's not enough, We are always open to hearing your feedback on PlayBasic. We want PlayBasic to be as powerful, flexible and of course FUN as possible.
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