The Game Builder allows students to build their own games. Students can add sprites, widgets, and sounds. They can also change game properties such as the world size and setting gravity for the game. Additionally, students are given the option of two types of physics for achieving different styles of games.

This article provides links to other articles related to the game builder.

Note - The articles provide the syntax and the code examples of the text based programming.

  1. Game Builder - Sprites Tab

  2. Game Builder - Widgets Tab

  3. Game Builder - Additional Features

  4. Game Builder (Text Based) - Coding Concepts

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