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Game Maker lets people make computer games without knowing a computer programming language (Game Maker Language). People who know how to use programming languages can use Game Maker's own programming language, called Game Maker Language.
Game Maker has a drag-and-drop interface. This lets people make games using mostly the computer mouse. Game Maker uses icons that tell the person what actions they can do. People can make simple games by moving these icons into a given order. More detailed games can be made when Game Maker Language is used.
In May 22, 2012, YoYo Games released GM:Studio. After that GM:HTML5 is no longer supported.GM:Studio allows users to publish their games to Windows, Mac OS X, etc. GM:Studio has a free version that is now here free with many of the latest features held for the others versions, which must be bought.
- YoYo Games. "History of Game Maker, 1999". YoYo Games Wiki. http://wiki.yoyogames.com/index.php/Game_Maker_History#1999. Retrieved 2009-12-10.
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