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July 11, 2019 Thursday 03:52:51 PM IST

Google Game Builder to create new games

Technology Inceptions

Google has announced the availability of Game Builder, which lets you create simple Minecraft-style 3D games for you and others to play. The game lets you drag and drop characters and other game elements into an empty sandbox to build your own world, then use pre-set commands to string together how things interact with each other. While you don't need any coding knowledge to build games on Game Builder, it gives you the ability to add JavaScript code if you want. Additionally, you can collaborate with your friends and other game developers to build a game together. What's more, your friends can play the game while you add more details or levels to the game.

The Game Builder is currently available on Steam for PC and Mac users. As it is still a prototype, the Area 120 team will continue working on it and improving it further.

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