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Draw Your Own Videogame

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Ever wanted to design your own game, but frankly don't have the time or patience to learn how to do all that 'coding' stuff? Well, we have something for you.

This incredible app will let you sketch your levels - using good old trusty pencil and paper - then scan them in and convert them to create a fully-functioning game. All aspects can be controlled: textures, colours, characters, sounds, obstacles and so on; you can then upload the game and play it with your friends.

The app has already reached its Kickstarter target, so watch the video below, then head on over there to find out more.

Now, we've got this amazing idea we can't wait to get done. Essentially it's this Italian plumber...

[via Springwise]

(Image: www.pixelpressgame.com)

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