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events:2020-03-31

Open source 3D game development with Godot for beginners

Godot Game Engine is free and open source software released under the permissive MIT license:

  • You are free to use Godot Engine, for any purpose
  • You can study how Godot Engine works and change it
  • You can distribute unmodified and changed versions of Godot Engine, even commercially and under a different license (including proprietary)

This event will show you how to get started creating basic 3D games. It will be more of a workshop format - I'll demo on my screen and you'll be able to work alongside me as we show the ins and outs of the software and it's scripting language, GDScript, which is quite similar to Python.

We normally host these in the lounge of The Avalon, but as it's closed for the forseeable future, let's try an online event. We're using the opensource platform Jitsi, the event will start at 6:00pm here:

You can download the Godot Engine from https://godotengine.org/

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If you have any questions, before or after the event, find us on IRC at irc.glasgow.social #coding (What's this?)

Attendees

An opportunity to make some new friends with common interests! Follow us on the Fediverse at https://glasgow.social/tags/opensource (create an account on https://glasgow.social or on any Fediverse connected site) so you can keep in touch with everyone you meet tonight. Let me know if you want to share your Fediverse address so I can add the details below.

events/2020-03-31.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/30 17:02 by admin