Un­sure which soft­ware to chose? Here’s a list of fre pro­grams to get you on your way …

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Unity En­gine

You can choose any other en­gine, but Unity is pos­si­bly the most pop­u­lar en­gine for in­die de­vel­op­ers. It’ll al­low you to cre­ate both 2D and 3D games, and of­fers a wide range of tools and fea­tures.

Gimp Art Pro­gram

This is a great piece of high qual­ity soft­ware which does a sim­i­lar job to Adobe Pho­to­shop, and will al­low you to pain­lessly cre­ate your own tex­tures, back­grounds, or 2D sprites.

Blender 3D Mod­eller

If you’re look­ing to cre­ate a 3D game or a game with 3D el­e­ments then this soft­ware, ini­tially re­leased 20 years ago, will al­low you to not only make 3D mod­els, but an­i­mate them too.

LMM S Mu­sic Cre­ator

This will al­low you to cre­ate your own mu­sic and sound ef­fects that you can im­port into Unity. You don’t even need a key­board, but you will need the ap­pro­pri­ate hard­ware.

Wwise Au­dio Pro­gram

This soft­ware, which is highly ac­ces­si­ble, is uti­lized in many suc­cess­ful games, and is used to ma­nip­u­late au­dio. For ex­am­ple you can sim­u­late au­dio en­vi­ron­ments and mix tracks in real-time.

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