GDevelop Alternatives

    GDevelop is described as 'open-source game making software designed to be used by everyone. Any kind of 2D games can be created with it and no programming skills are required to get started. Logic of games are made using visual events' and is a well-known app in the Development category. There are more than 50 alternatives to GDevelop for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Online / Web-based and Android. The best alternative is Godot Engine, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like GDevelop are Unity (Free Personal), Wick Editor (Free, Open Source), Scratch (Free, Open Source) and LÖVE (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Apr 15, 2021

    1. Continuing the legacy of Mark Overmars' Animo and Game Maker, GameMaker: Studio is a proprietary game-creation system which can export to multiple platforms including Windows, HTML5, Linux, iOS, Mac and Android.
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      No coding required, we can develop games using visual programming and export our games to desktop, mobile, HTML5 and even game consoles. In case the event system would be not good enough we can even use it own scripting language called GML
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    2. Verge3D is a powerful and intuitive toolkit that allows Blender, 3ds Max or Maya users to create immersive web-based experiences.
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    3. Stencyl isn't your average game creation software; it's a gorgeous, intuitive toolset that accelerates your workflow and then gets out of the way. We take care of the essentials, so you can focus on what's important - making your game yours.
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      You can develop games without coding using a visual scripting language and export your game to Desktop, Mobile and HTML5
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      Urho3D is a lightweight, cross-platform rendering and game engine implemented in C++ and released under the MIT license. Greatly inspired by OGRE and Horde3D.
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    4. Adventure Game Studio (AGS) - is the IDE and the engine meant for creating and running videogames of adventure (aka "quest") genre. It has potential, although limited, support for other genres as well.
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      ENIGMA, the Extensible Non-Interpreted Game Maker Augmentation, is an open source cross-platform game development environment derived from that of the popular software GameMaker.
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    5. The completely free and open-source game engine Defold solves the technical issues we all have in common when making games. That way, you can focus on being creative and building a great game.
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    6. [Multimedia Fusion 2 has been replaced by Clickteam Fusion 2.5.] Game and software creation has never been easier or quicker than with Clickteam Fusion 2.5! With Fusion 2.5’s amazing event editor system you are able to quickly generate games or apps.
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      No coding required, we can develop our games using an event system and export to desktop, mobile and HTML5
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    7. Duality is a modular 2D game engine / editor combo, written entirely in C# and built on top of an OpenGL backend.
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    8. Cocos Creator is a complete package of game development tools and workflow, including a game engine (based on Cocos2d-x), resource management, scene editing, game preview, debug and publish one project to multiple platforms.
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