GB Studio: a drag and drop Game Boy game maker for Windows, Mac and Linux #opensource #Gameboy #Nintendo @maltby
Via @maltby – Just released this today – GB Studio, a drag and drop Game Boy game maker for Windows, Mac and Linux. Free and open source!
GB Studio ia a free and easy to use retro adventure game creator for Gameboy. Run games on any compatible emulator, if you’ve got a flash cart you can play them on a real console! GB Studio comes with a web based emulator that works on mobile. You can quickly export your games to play in a browser or upload to Itch.io.
Visual game builder with no programming knowledge required.
Design your graphics in any editor that can output PNG files e.g. Photoshop, Tiled, Aseprite.
Example project included to get started right away.
Make top down 2D JRPG style adventure games.
Build real GB Rom files which can be played in an emulator or on device using USB Carts.
Build a HTML5 playable game that also works on mobile and can deployed to any web server or uploaded to Itch.io.
Built for macOS, Windows and Linux.
Supports both mac OS light and dark mode.
Includes the full tools that were used to build Untitled GB Game, free to play on Itch.io.
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