App description: G.A.C.K. (gaming app construction kit) is an App where you create games without any programming knowledge. Ranging from shoot-em up games to jump&run games - it's all possible. And all this is done with an easy to use touch-user interface.

This is where developing is the real fun. The dream of your own game has come into reach. Best of all, the interface is as easy to use as building with LEGO(c). Thus, even the kids can independently tinker on games.

With this full version you can convert your games into real Apps and sell them on some App stores.

easy to use (9+)
no programming
runs on various devices
shoot 'em ups
jump & runs
skill games

KungPhoo's comments:
After months of finetuning, it has finally seen the light of "i".

This is the first non-coding game maker for your iPad. Remember SEUCK on your 8 bit computer? Then you will love this.

02-26-2013, 01:43 AM
#11
Deeply interested, any one TOFTT gets any review? Or some other external site?

Statement: Star Wars has 2 characters with strange use of grammar: Yoda and HK-47. I pick HK-47 for it is meaner.

Honestly, I was never terribly good at games. - Finch (PoI S2E16)
02-26-2013, 03:17 AM
#12
Howdy. Yes, iCade support is included. I try to get an exchange function in the next update. It was a hard struggle to get it approved at all. (took about one year!). I'm so happy it's finally alive.

As for RPG games - that's out of scope. Also texts are not possible (except for the start screen). Pretty good idea, though.

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02-26-2013, 03:29 AM
#13
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
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I'm really tempted but still unsure,
If it was like sketch nation and you could see or play other people's games that would be cool but I'm not sure on how much use I'd get from playing a game I made myself, I'd be much more likely to put effort in to making something cool if other people were seeing it.
Either way ill wait for some impressions
02-26-2013, 07:24 AM
#14
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Originally Posted by KungPhoo View Post
As for RPG games - that's out of scope. Also texts are not possible (except for the start screen). Pretty good idea, though.
I was thinking working a RPG-seqe thing using this, but now I am putting this on the watch list for now.

Statement: Star Wars has 2 characters with strange use of grammar: Yoda and HK-47. I pick HK-47 for it is meaner.

Honestly, I was never terribly good at games. - Finch (PoI S2E16)
02-27-2013, 01:50 AM
#15
Hi I got the app a couple days ago and have been playing around with it. It is basic but shows promise. Can't do anything like an rpg yet but hopefully they update it to be able to make games more advance. The only problem so far is I can't test any games I have made yet. The app crashes. So until they fix this hold off, or support the dev like I did till they update.

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