Got bored of playing same games over and over? Got your own game scenario ready be put in a game? Or have it all but got no clue where to start? — Grab a copy of Game Editor and create a game of your dream, the one that youll love playing and enjoy sharing with others.
Game Editor is a powerful game creation studio where you can design and program a game of your dream from scratch, no matter how complicated the scenario is.
In general, you wont need to be a programming expert to be able to program a scenario and characters; that happens naturally: just grab the objects from the «chest» and drop them on the game field. Or, with a minimum of programming you can create your own objects that feature custom graphics, sounds and other «habits».
No harder than to create the objects, you can teach them to take «reasonable» actions in response to different events. A set of predefined actions comes with Game Editor. But if you arent a newbie in programming, you can take advantage of the editors open source code and create additional actions, events and characters that you find missing in the basic edition.
A single event can trigger one or more actions; both events and actions can propagate throughout game characters. That makes a game way more realistic. To make it even more natural-looking, you can add any real-life sounds, images and animations, as the editor allows using all major image and audio formats.
And probably the best thing about Game Editor is that it takes the compatibility burden off your shoulders. Once the game is complete, with just a few mouse clicks it can generate the binaries for any PC-based or mobile platform.
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