Google’s in-house incubator, Area 120, has produced things like Grasshopper (an app that teaches coding) and tools to boost literacy. Now it has released a Minecraft-style game that helps normal people build their own games called Game Builder. Because you don’t need to know how to code.
So, using the Game Builder, users can create their own 3D games — even if they don’t have any game building experience at all. Game Builder is a free platform on Steam for Windows or Mac that aims to “make building a game feel like playing a game”. As it should.
But… I’m no Steve Wozniak?
The tool is also meant to be collaborative, so multiple users can build and work on the same games simultaneously. So invite your friends (if you have any…). You’ll find Game Builder on Steam for PC and Mac.