AppGameKit Player

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256 reviews
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About this app

Make games and run them on your device provided by AppGameKit broadcasting from Windows, Mac, or Linux, and test your games and apps before using them in a standalone application.

You can make games and apps in the IDE using AppGameKit's BASIC inspired script and at the press of a button see them running on your Android device. Scripts can be used to write anything from simple applications to sophisticated 3D games. When you are happy with your script you can use the IDE to build it into a standalone APK and submit it to the Play Store.

Compatible with both AppGameKit Classic and AppGameKit Studio.
Updated on
Jun 28, 2022

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256 reviews
Austin Lane
October 21, 2020
Works really well between computer app and phone. A good feature would benhavingnit automatically disconnect if the phone turns off. Sometimes I turn mynphonenoff first, then disconnect on the computer only to see that its still running the program on my phone and I have to completely close the app and restart it.
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A Google user
July 7, 2019
It Works... it works for already made projects but the keyboard that is in the app glitches to frequently to be used properly. wish it used the default keyboard that comes on the device rather than a one that is on the app, has more symbols on default...
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David Walker
January 14, 2021
Brilliant app, makes game development on a mobile platform so much easier. This app and the Appgamekit programming language are both a pleasure to use and I would highly recommend them.
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What's new

Updated to bring it in line with the latest version of AppGameKit.