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What is Kodu? Kodu Game Lab is for building games! Kodu is a programming environment designed by Microsoft for Windows and the Xbox 360. Kodu enables you to build games using a series of visual elements in a rich 3D environment, without having to learn a single line of code. The core of Kodu Game Lab is its intuitive user interface. From the interface, you choose visual commands to determine the actions of the characters and environment, rather than having to type lines of code to build your games.
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Kodu Game Lab: Full Game Video Tutorial with Narration! – Generic Wars August 19th, 2009 by Tommy Gun You can download this tutorial as a single divx file from the Downloads page. See my previous Kodu Review if you’re unfamiliar with it.
If you haven’t read the before we begin post please read it now, also the course overview can be found here . In addition to the Week 1 content below there will updates throughout the week. Make sure you update your email address on the settings page if you want to receive email updates. Use the main page to share links, write blog posts and give updates on your progress (of course you can use your own blog, delicious and twitter if you like). Week 1 Content:
Teach your students programming by letting them have fun creating and playing their own games. Kodu is a visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone. The programming environment runs on the Xbox 360, allowing rapid design iteration using only a game controller for input. Teach programming, problem-solving, and more with a creative environment