A game-making app for everyone?

Game-making apps tend to evolve into intimidating tools aimed at pros. Beginners need something useful to non-coders—and Nintendo has the right idea.

Whoa, someone replicated the spooky hallway from P.T. in Unity

Calgary-based aspiring game developer Farhan Qureshi has meticulously modeled and recreated P.T's hallway using the low-impact Unity tool. It's an amazing technical achievement, and a chance for some edition of that iconic space to exist in a fashion everyone can visit.

You can start making your own games today. Yes, you!

There's a new, great resource-gathering tool designed for folks new to game-making. Here's why you should check it out.

How hip hop can teach you to code

The artist may change, but the template remains the same