A versatile 2D and 3D game engine that comes with a feature rich editor and powerful tools that can help you develop new projects
What's new in Godot 3.3.3:Android: Add partial support for Android scoped storage, target API level 30 (GH-50359). Android: Add GDNative libraries to Android custom Gradle builds (GH-49912). Android: Disable resource optimizations for legacy release builds (GH-50664). Android: Resolve issue where the Godot app remains stuck when resuming (GH-51584).
Godot is an user friendly game engine that offers you the possibility to develop multi-platform 2D and 3D projects. The engine provides a plethora of efficient tools and a feature rich editor that can streamline the production process.
Easy to use game engine sporting an uncluttered user interface
The Godot user interface is represented by two main panels: the Project Manager, where you can view, scan, import or create new projects, and the Editor that contains all the game development tools.
Finding your way around is fairly intuitive: you get to switch between the 2D and 3D development modes, to visualize the scene objects and resources, to analyze the object’s properties, and more.
Via the Script editor you get to extend the object behavior by using a Python based scripting language. The editor integrates syntax highlighting features, comes with an integrated debugger, and has a C++ API that can be employed to extend the engine’s functions.
Create complex 2D games or realistic 3D projects
Godot offers you the possibility to integrate sprites, polygons, layers, particles, and other elements in order to create interesting 2D games. The engine provides support for using custom physics rules, and integrates powerful animation capabilities.
Furthermore, you can import realistic looking 3D models that have been created by using powerful apps, such as Maya, Blender, or Mac. Godot can work with different types of shapes, light types, or materials. What’s more, Godot can also be used to create user interfaces for controlling the games.
Comprehensive yet straightforward game engine that can deploy games on various platforms
Noteworthy is that Godot comes with a built-in help area that includes info about the supported classes, and how can you use them. As a result, developing projects using the Godot game engine is fairly straightforward.
The Godot projects can be deployed on various platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, OS X, Linux, PNaCL, or Playstation. Support for more platforms is under development.