The software, which is free to use, allows players to create and test games in a web browser before exporting them to use on a Playdate when it launches later this year.
Playdate’s Pulp, a creation tool allowing you to make your own games for the upcoming handheld with a crank, is now available in open beta.
– and for those who are more experienced with game making, supports code with its own PulpScript scripting language.
As well as Pulp, Playdate creators Panic also said a full SDK for “more advanced game coding” is due to be released very soon – and will also be free for anyone to use.
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