Google's team within Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental projects, released a prototype platform called Game Builder, designed to let you easi;y create 3D games without requiring any previous any experience.
Available for free on Steam for PC and Mac, Game Builder aims to make building a game feel like playing a game. If you’ve crafted a fort or dug a mine in a game, you already know how to build a 3D level in Game Builder.
Multiple users can build (or play) simultaneously. You can even have friends play the game as you work on it.
You can bring your games to life with Game Builder’s card-based visual programming system. Drag and drop cards to “answer” questions, such as, “How do I move?” You can make moving platforms, scoreboards, healing potions, drivable cars and more.
From pugs to rocket ships, there are thousands of options available to craft your characters. You can find 3D models on Google Poly and use them in your game instantly.
If you’ve ever wanted to build a video game, but didn’t know where to start, check out Game Builder on Steam.