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Posted : Saturday, 28 May 2022, 13:05
PHS
Is anyone familiar with any of these visual programming language engines?


AgentCubes agentsheets.com/
GameSalad gamesalad.com/
Kojo www.kogics.net/kojo
StarlogoNOVA www.slnova.org/
Stencyl stencyl.com/
Posted : Saturday, 28 May 2022, 13:13
Pakz
I have watched streams on twitch where the user MortMort used Stencil. It seems like a tool that gfx artists like him like to use. He seemed to be able to create descent 2d games with it. Adding gfx and features as you go.
Posted : Saturday, 28 May 2022, 13:14
PHS
Stencyl seems to be the most known by people, followed by GameSalad. Might have to try it out. Uses Haxe language.