How GitHub Makes Game Making Easier for Non-Coders



In this video, DW goes through five things he’s been using in GitHub while designing his latest prototype that require zero coding skills.

GitHub is a social development platform that will make your game development journey easier even if you’re not a coder! We’ll cover how GitHub can help keep your file history, through to how it can help organize your work, and even where to find cool projects to learn (and possibly contribute to).

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➡ Github Desktop (Desktop Client)
https://help.github.com/en/desktop

➡ Links to interesting game development & design projects:
Tiled | https://github.com/bjorn/tiled
Inky | https://github.com/inkle/inky
OpenTDD | https://github.com/OpenTTD/OpenTTD
MicropolisJS | https://github.com/graememcc/micropolisJS

➡ Join me on my GameDev Journey!
Twitter: https://d.wes.st/twitter
Instagram: https://d.wes.st/instagram
YouTube: https://d.wes.st/youtube
Itch.io: https://d.wes.st/itchio

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Track: Mid Summer — Broke In Summer [Audio Library Release]
Music provided by Audio Library Plus
Watch: https://youtu.be/xf61OJrmvyM
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