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Open Source 2D Game/Application creator seeking developers!

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Scirra Construct is an open source game/application development tool. Rather than having to learn a programming language it uses a simple point and click interface - which works pretty well and some impressive games have already been made.

QuoteMake 2D games with Construct's visual, human-readable event system. No need to learn any programming or scripting languages at all. Fast, easy to learn, yet powerful for advanced users. Developed free by volunteers.


Problem is they don't have enough hands.

Currently it only supports Windows but they are planning Version 2 and the requests for Linux support are huge - so here's your chance to get in on it!

I personally believe something like this ported to Linux would boost the gaming scene considerably, think of all the games that could be made!

So get going! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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