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Google announces early access of ‘Game Builder’, a platform for building 3D games with zero coding

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Last week, a team within Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental products, introduced an experimental prototype of Game Builder. It is a “game building sandbox” that enables you to build and play 3D games in just a few minutes. It is currently in early access and is available on Steam. For the past 6 months […]

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