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Submitted by MattS 776d ago | interview

Construct 2 and giving aspiring developers a shot at making games

Digitally Downloaded writes: "Construct 2 is a software package that is rapidly earning a reputation for being a wonderful entrant point for aspiring game developers. It's still in its early stages, but by all accounts it is very easy to work with and the fact it uses HTML5 means that people can produce games for a wide range of platforms - including the iPhone and iPad.

What else could a young developer hope for than the ability to get people playing their games on the iPhone?

We sat down with one of the founders behind Construct 2, Tom Gullen, to talk though the software package, and what the (very small) team hopes to achieve with the project. With software like this, RPG Maker and Game Maker, it is easier now than ever before for people to get involved in this industry, and that's a good thing for everyone." (Dev)

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