Google has made a video game dubbed Game Builder that let you to build easy Minecraft-akin games for others and yourself to play through. The game allows you to drag and drop scenery & characters to construct your world into an empty sandbox, then employ preset instructions to connect together how things communicate. It is free to play and accessible on both macOS and Windows.
The game arrives from Area 120, which is Google’s incubator for tentative projects (some of which have disappeared quickly, others of which have made their path into other products by Google). Game Builder has actually been accessible via Steam since November 2018 (it already has 190 feedbacks, with a “very optimistic” score), but Google only made it public now, which is sure to get a lot more users playing.
Game Builder has a co-op mode, so various users can develop a game mutually at once. You can also browse via the games created by others and share your creations.
On a related note, this week marks Anne Frank’s90th birthday, and to signify the occasion, Google allows you to step within the childhood house of the diarist. A virtual demonstration in the Arts & Culture website and app takes you in Amsterdam within Merwedeplein 37-2. You can also discover the space via an indoor variant of Street View. All the 1930s-akin rooms of the house, which is now a provisional work and home space for refugee writers that is closed to the people, are open for seeing.
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