is there any gamemaker which is multiplatform? I mean if I can make games easily as with scirra, without programming experiences.but for more platforms like iphone, android or even xbox or playstation? if not are there simple ones- i mean gamemaker for iphone, another gamemaker for android etc...
-i am talking about native format, not html5 or flash.
Yes, there are dozens of them on the web. Just google "multi platform game maker without programing experience".
i know, maybe too many for me :)
i just thought that someone who has a good experience with something specific will help :)
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There's GameDevelop, which exports to Linux, which usually ends up having a distribution on every computer ever made. Check that out here.
Edit: Or, there's C2, which will eventually have more exporters, and hopefully a whole SDK for making exporters. Thus, C2 will be able to export to any device someone writes an exporter for =]
HTML5 already runs on all desktop PCs, iPhone, Android, and many other devices, via the browser. Is it the app stores you specifically want to publish through? You seem to disregard HTML5 although it's already totally multiplatform and runs most places you mentioned.
it seems to me that gamedevelop exports only to windows/linux...
and about html5- it is fantastic, i tried construct2 beta and it work nicely even with symbian phone... but as you mentioned i am looking for native formats, so it can be published on appstore, android market etc...
or is it possible to sell application made with html5 on appstore ?
Joxer, forgot the name, but its posted in c2 forum somewhere, there's an application that let's you convert html5 to native android and iphone
http://www.scirra.com/forum/creating-an-exe-wrapper-poc_topic44572.html to make "native exe".
I think lucid talking about PhoneGap guide-making-mobile-games-using-construct-2
Edit: ninja'd by Lightspeed Kyatric ;)
it is really fantastic, that it is possible to convert html 5,
i googled much, but still it really seems to me construct is a best solution for non-programmer