The Sandbox creation and publishing platform does not require any programming experience to use. Anyone can create a multiplayer game or any game-like activity on a browser, and even find the hosting and publishing resources so they can generate revenue from the game.
The platform's Cloud Editor enables users to create games within Internet Explorer, Firefox Opera, Safari, or any browser that supports HTML5. Games can be created by sole users or as part of collaborations. They can add their own items or make use of the Asset Market, with pre-designed effects, maps, sounds, and skins. Game components can be exported and imported into the system. An open source model makes available all code so creativity is pushed to the limit.
Once a game is created, it can be self-hosted on a downloaded virtual machine, stored via Amazon Web Services, or hosted on Gameleon's servers. Published games are stored online and can be shared with friends via links. They can also be shared on social media sites such as Facebook, Google+, or their Gameleon account.
Building a game on the platform is accomplished via a drag and drop interface, checkboxes, and making input and output connections. Games such as space shooters, warfare games, or role playing games can be designed. The platform was designed using XML, XSL, and PHP technologies, but the editor has not yet been finished.
Gameleon will feature a comprehensive marketplace of user-submitted game assets with anything from models and animations to sound bites, UI elements and NPC scripts. You and any other Gameleon users will be able to easily upload and auction your assets, boosting your game-making experience.
That's not all - you'll also find support for adding premium model items and power ups in your games. Players interested in unlocking new aesthetic options, exclusive abilities or special equipment will pay to acquire them, providing you with yet another means of monetizing your creations.
After winning the 4th place at Intel Business Challenge Europe and securing a place in the competition for the grand prize at Intel Business Challenge Global that will be held in California, Gameleon is proud to announce 2 new big events:
Microsoft BizSpark Plus!
A very exclusive startup development program by the most prestigious software multinational in the world,Microsoft gave us free software and support, developer tools, and training to build apps & scale our business. Not only that, BizSpark offers technology to get us in the cloud and free access to Windows Stores and free promotion to the global BizSpark community.
Webit Congress Startup Challenge!
834 startups applied for the Global Webit StartUpChallenge from all around the globe - Europe, Asia, Africa, America, Middle East and Australia. Gameleon had a huge success and won the semi-finals,along with 24 other talented teams.
Next stop: Istanbul and California!
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