In recent days we are publishing several posts to present tools and solutions that allow the development of games and applications without the need for coding or even advanced programming knowledge.
These tools are ideal for students and people interested in improving their logic or even knowing how to create games and applications. In this post, we will talk about the Pocket Code, which allows you to set up and play games on the Android device itself.
Everything is done visually, without any code, even the actions of the characters are defined by blocks, much like a “LEGO.” Have you seen Scratch?
POCKET CODE: VISUAL PROGRAMMING
Pocket Code allows you to create and play games and animations that can be shared and remixed with others. The entire creation process is performed in a visual environment that resembles LEGO blocks.
The app runs on Android devices, and everything is done on the smartphone or tablet itself. You do not need to use computers or any other external components.
One of the most exciting features is to remix your project with some other already created and with it develop something entirely new and different from the original. After all, it is possible to share with the other users of the platform.
If you just want to play or know something created in the Pocket Code, just go to www.pocketcode.org and check everything that has already been developed and remixed by other users.
DOWNLOAD FREE: POCKET CODE
The Android Pocket Code application can be downloaded and used without any payment or restriction. This software was created to help in teaching programming, and its content is all in Portuguese.
The programming is done through an environment of blocks that define the actions of the elements and scenarios.
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