Coding games is accessible and fun. Our tools make it a snap to create your characters and worlds and get games up and running and sharable in no time.
Three steps to coding a game
All you need is a vision to get started
and here is how AgentCubes makes it easy for you
1. Create your Assets
Draw your assets in our Sprite Editor. Use our pixel drawing tools to create the look in 2D, then easily inflate it to 3D. Change perspective, rotate, and more with our 3D manipulation tools.
Create the look and feel that you want in your game.
2. Build your world
Use the assets you’ve created to create your World. Draw them onto the grid - change your view from 2D to 3D and even First Person. Make your World as simple or complex as you want - multi-layers, multi-levels, and 3D.
3. Code your game
Make your art come to life with code. Our visual programming language and patented Conversational Programming help you navigate coding and debugging without breaking a sweat.
Making games is educational!
Whether you are making games for fun or to learn to program, AgentCubes has you covered. We’ve demonstrated that coding games motivates students to learn! We make sure each step in the game-making process is identifiable and transferable to coding more complex things like scientific models and simulations. It’s all part of our Path to Programming. Learn more on our Educator Page, where we tell you just how great AgentCubes is for STEM, STEAM, and surpassing IT standards!Learn More about AgentCubes for Education
Need inspiration? Take a look at our gallery!
Check out some games from around the world.
Flabby Bird: 3D shifter game. Try to fly the flabby bird through all 8 Levels to Win!
Sokoban: Classic Push-Pull Puzzle Game. Try to get all the crates onto the loading dock to win!
Voxel Chicken: Edit the Chicken or clear the sandbox and build your own shapes and structures in your colors.
Frogger: Classic arcade game. Can you navigate your frog across the road and over the river to win?
Ready to get started?
Begin building games and science simulations today.