U-TAD students and alumni are cranking out excellent games at an almost alarming rate; check out some highlights recently released on Steam.
RPG Maker MV allows anyone to create and share RPG games, with no coding skills required. The latest version allows you to export projects to Android, iOS, and Mac.
In The Magic Circle, you enter the world of a game in development, and break stuff. Lift lines of code from enemies and give them to creature familiars.
UK company The Game Creators introduce a “hassle-free” multi-device Game Development Kit they call The App Game Kit
Explore the process a very low budget indie developer might take to create an online video game. You can see character sketches, early stage 3D models, even play with early versions of the game engine he has created. Also learn about an exciting online game building tool.
BumpTop is an amazing re-visioning of your crusty old 2-D computer desktop real estate that does everything from create a three dimensional space where you can stick post-its or images to the walls, where your most used files appear larger on your desk, where you can simply drop files onto USB keys and more. Even better, it is totally free. Sure the Pro Version is where are the real action is at, but it only goes for $29 bucks.