Mobile Games

The 7-Best Software For Developing A Mobile Video Game

Did you ever think on creating your own online game? The advancement of technology has made it easier for almost anyone to do so thanks to the tools to create mobile games.

Of course, if the game you have in mind is complex, you will need help from professional developers.

There are options for all tastes and for all levels, so take good note. In this article from Appzur, we will share with you the 7-best software for developing a mobile video game.

1.     Unreal Engine

This software is perhaps the best known on the market, and may also be the most powerful. Behind this tool hides the company that developed – excuse the little – Fortnite. With Unreal Engine, you can deploy your game on Android and iOS consoles, PCs, and mobiles.

Unreal Engine is equipped with a set of virtual and augmented reality tools for developing mobile games.

2.     Unity

This software is offered as a set of multiplatform tools, used in cinema, animation… Unity offers all the functionalities needed for the development of games in 2D and 3D, which arguably explains why Unity is the platform of choice for 45% of game makers around the world.

Despite all its power and capabilities, Unity is free for beginners as long as it does not exceed $ 100,000 raised per year, but without customer support or training.

3.     Stencyl

Stencyl’s game designer pays tribute to the MIT Scratch project. With its system of tiles and hierarchy of each element, you will be able to create all kinds of 2D games simply by dragging tiles and assigning properties, without having to know anything about code.

However, if you have some knowledge, you can also create and share your own blocks, import libraries, and write your custom classes that perfectly interact with block-based behaviors.

4.     GameSalad

With its drag-and-drop user interface, GameSalad is very easy to use. With a template store, you don’t start from scratch and your game will take shape faster than expected!

GameSalad tool is for simple arcade games and it is a good tool to start with the world of video game creation.

5.     CryEngine

This is an engine primarily used to create 3D games. If you know Crysis or Far Cry, there you go.

CryEngine is perfect if you want to develop first person shooter games. In addition, CryEngine offers its user many features such as WYSIWYG, a material editor, a character animation system …

Be careful, although CryEngine is a very complete and powerful tool for developing games, it requires a fairly long learning phase.

6.     GDevelop

GDevelop is another open-source tool which, like GameSalad, does not require any special knowledge to develop a game. In addition to being very easy to use, you have an array of ready-to-use templates. You can obviously publish your work on any platform you want.

GDevelop is based on events, which are used to trigger game actions without the need to learn any programming language.

Unfortunately, this little-known tool does not yet have a sufficient community and you will therefore have to content yourself with the tutorials available on its website, without relying too much on the forums to have answers to your questions.

7.     GameMaker Studio

Ideal for intermediate users, GameMaker Studio is very easy to access with its “drag and drop” operation allowing you to publish a game without having to write a single line of code. Its strength is all the same in offering its users the opportunity to familiarize themselves with its code, then allowing them to open up the field of possibilities and take a video game to the top.


Whether you are a beginner or familiar with the various coding languages, this list has everything you need to create the next hottest game!

You already know which are the most popular tools to create mobile games. You have options to design video games from your mobile or tablet, but also from Windows or Mac OS.

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