Developers of video games have a pretty tough job. This is because there’s really no way to fully satisfy each and every single gamer out there, where even highly-rated games will always have gamers who will complain about something, about features that should be changed, and so on.

If you think that you might be interested in developing your own game but don’t have any coding experience, you’re in luck because Google’s Area 120 has released a free game building tool called Game Builder. This requires literally no experience in coding because everything is drag-and-drop.

This applies to not only the visuals of the game itself, where you can drag-and-drop assets to create your own world, and also the code where instead of entering in lines of code, according to Google, “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.”

However, those with a bit more development experience can use JavaScript to code their game which we imagine will allow them to make it more complex. The best part is that this tool is completely free and if you are interested in getting your hands on it, you’ll be able to download a copy from Steam.

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