The Games Factory 2
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- All Visual development studio
- Comes with 1000's of game sprites
- Printed manual and more tutorials online
- Makes games, screensavers and internet files
- Very easy to use
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OK, I said it was a little quirky. To really get into detail with some complex movements and interactions, you will find that it doesn't always give you the precision you may want and thus you have to take it with a grain of salt. Also, there is not a ton of help content so you will need to review the tutorials others have provided on the site to really ramp up your skills.
However, if you are an experienced game designer, or are totally enthusiastic toward game design/development, then you might prefer investigating a less expensive alternative, yet one that may prove to be more flexible... "Game Maker".
The "Game Maker" software follows the same drag-n-drop philosopy, but also incorporates the use of a scripting language if you find the need for this. The basic software is free with unlimited use. In addition, upgrading to the Pro edition, from the free, is only $20.00! You might want to give this software a try before you purchase TGF, at $50+ dollars.
This program is more based on 8-bit graphics then anything else. If you like the kind of stuff that's in the range of PAC-MAN or Tetris style then look no further. But if you want to actually draw and animate your characters to life to make a game, then you'll have to dump allot more time into searching for Adobe Flash software and ALLOT more money into the price, and I keep reading into these reviews that people actually take classes on this kind of stuff. I mean, hell I have a passion for this, but I don't want to go to collage for 5 years for it. I mean hell, what's next, an collage campuses named after Adobe? $*&t I just want to buy a software program, install the damn thing, then use it, is that to much to ask? I just want to have some fun on making some flash games and show them off, but what the people are doing here, sucks all the fun out of it and make it to where it's a job, not an art.
As for this program, they don't give you much to work with, for example; Once you go threw the tutorial show, and buy the guide (separately) it'll tell you on how to make your own player. Well lets start on that shall we? In order to make your own player, they give you a little diamond shape image that's no bigger then a few pixels. Yeah that's how it starts. So you have to erase the entire image then start from scratch. Imagine that you have to go through that every time that you have to make something or someone to complete a game, a game that just a few pixels tall. Now you can make the players and all allot bigger, but there's no info on where the average is, and you have to move the screen with the mouse cause it will not match to what you set the picture to. So now imagine that not only that you have to use that diamond pixel, erase it, expand the size of it, and move it with your mouse because it won't match the size of the image that you set it to, every time you go to make a character. That my friends, is an ordeal to the point of saying, "Ahh #9$% it, I'm board."