How to use The Game Creators' new tool aimed at hobbyists and smaller commercially-minded studios

Getting started with GameGuru

This series of quick tutorials will take you through designing a game with new development tool GameGuru.

The tech is designed to be accessible, with no code required to build your own game. You can read more about it in our interview with The Game Creators here.

For more information, visit the GameGuru website. There are also more tutorials available on the company’s YouTube page here.


This first tutorial explains the main interface of GameGuru.

In this second getting started video learn about how to move around the map world and start creating your own 3D terrain, add some game entities and see it all in glorious 3D.

In just a couple of minutes you will see how easy it is to start the basics of a game in GameGuru.

Test Level mode allows you to set many different visual features of any game you make with GameGuru. With easy to use slider controls you can transform a scene in seconds.

When you’re testing your game you can break into it and start making edits as you fly around the 3D scene. This tutorial will show you how easy and simple this is to do.

The Editor Widget is explained in detail in this video. Learn to move, rotate, scale, copy, delete, set properties and lock objects with this editing tool.

Got a game development tutorial you’d like to share on Develop? Contact Craig Chapple at to get involved.

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