Game Creation Software Free to Raspberry Pi Users: AppGameKit #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
The Game Creators have made AppGameKit game development software for Raspberry Pi totally free! via Raspberry Pi Pod
CEO Lee Bamber said:
“It’s the full AppGameKit BASIC, which has the IDE, can compile and broadcast (includes broadcasting to iOS and Android devices that have the player app on them) and allows access to the GPIO pins so you can code input and output to external add-ons (LEDs, devices etc).”
According to the blurb on their website, you create “games using AppGameKit’s powerful & easy to code syntax, combined with additional features for the Raspberry Pi such as reading & writing to the digital GPIO pins”.
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