Greenfoot is an integrated development environment that makes it easy to write games and simulations in Java. It comes with a broad range of demo scenarios and documentation that gets newcomers started very quickly. Greenfoot may be used to learn or teach programming, or just to write a cool game and maybe put it up on a Web site. (it can export the game to a Web page). It was originally developed for school age learners, but is now used by all age groups.
|Tags||Software Development Games/Entertainment education|
|Operating Systems||Unix Windows Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This version provides substantial functionality improvements, including a debugger, a new editor, better sound control, sound recording, integrated image editing, and more.
Release Notes: This version includes functionality improvements, such as mouse support and improved project export, as well as many performance improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version adds several important features, such as internationalization, different scenario management behavior, performance improvements, and some API changes.
Release Notes: This version provides bugfixes, performance improvements, and some functionality enhancements. Most notable is a new 'Publish' function that allows instant sharing of Greenfoot created games. Greenfoot scenarios (e.g. games) can be published directly to a publicly accessible Web site.
No changes have been submitted for this release.