We have just covered the latest update of Microsoft’s Project Siena initiative that allows to create apps without any programming required. Now we’re talking about the release from beta of Microsoft’s Project Spark.
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This might be old news for some, but we’ve decided to remind our readers, nonetheless. Project Spark has finally exited Beta and its full version is available now as a free download from the Windows Store and also for Xbox One users. You should also take into account that it requires a connection to Xbox Live for initial login and some features.
Project Spark has been launched with new content and a retail disc offering. There have been more than 1 milion Project Spark creators who have already logged 4 million hours making 70,000 game levels. Here are some more details about Project Spark:
Project Spark is an experience like no other that aims to democratize game making by giving everyone easy-to-use tools to create, play and share their own creations with others. You can instantly play tens of thousands of user-made games, remix a pre-made game, or hop right in and make your own game with tools including 3D sculpting and a visual programming language similar to what the pros use, made accessible to all.
The add-on content can be unlocked by using in-game credits earned during play, or by purchasing tokens to buy add-ons immediately. New content will include sci-fi skin, adventure mode, champion features, creation enhancements, and a multiplayer mode to inspire all new gameplay. So, are you going to create anything with the recently announced Project Spark for Windows?