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Have you ever wanted to make your own game but thought it was too hard? Maybe you have great ideas but you didn’t know how to get started? Well, making games isn’t just for elite programmers anymore!
With easy-to-use software tools and just a little guidance, you’ll find that you can start making your game faster than you thought possible. Get ready to take your first steps into the world of game making.
We’ve got everything you need to get started. You can access game design software, video tutorials, and an entire sample game to use as a starting point.
Once you’ve tested some of the software tools, reach out to the community to ask questions and share experiences. Ready? Download the game kit below, sign up for a free trial, and get started right now!
Cat-Fu is a game we built to help you learn how to make 3D games. Tutorials follow what we did to make the game, so you can follow along. Download the game kit and watch the videos to get started. Then you can add your own characters or environments to Cat-Fu, or even re-build it into an entirely new game!
Drawing your ideas for a game is one of the most important steps to eventually having something playable. And Sketchbook is probably the easiest way to get started. If you’ve used a pencil, you can use Sketchbook.
Once you’ve designed your game, it’s time to build it in 3D. Maya LT is a 3D tool that lets you build your characters and environments in 3D and then animate them to bring them to life.
With your characters and environments created in 3D, it’s time to start building your game. The Stingray game engine is where you build levels and create the rules for how your game works. And, you don’t need to be a programmer to use it.