Game development with game maker, flash and unity
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the Annual Southeast Conference
This tutorial will present and compare three software platforms for developing video games: Game Maker, Flash and Unity Pro. Game Maker is suited for developing quick prototypes. Flash is a natural choice for production of web-based software and Unity is a good choice for gamers who wish to develop and deploy their products to a multitude of platforms. The first part will involve modifying and creating games with game maker. The second part will involve modifying and creating games with flash. The third part will focus on unity. Finally, a discussion on the pros and cons of each platform is presented. © 2011 Author.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
flash, game engine, game maker, IDE, prototypes, SDLC, unity, video games
Guimaraes, Mario A.M., "Game development with game maker, flash and unity" (2011). All Works. 1751.
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