The App Game Kit solves many problems caused by mobile device fragmentation. With it you can code your game once and then deploy your game to multiple platforms. Different resolutions and input systems are all handled by AGK. If you're a fan of our Dark Basic range of products then you will love the AGK. With its easy to code syntax, combined with a fast and reliable gaming engine, creating game apps across multiple devices is now a cinch. You can also code in C++ and call our library of commands. So AGK will suit both hobbyist and professional developer. AGK supports Windows, Mac, iOS, Android (2.3+), MeeGo, Bada and Playbook. Future platforms are planned as we further develop the product. At only $59 it's a very competitive engine.
I've owned AGK since almost the beginning of its development, its fast, both in the games it can make plus its compile time while testing on a PC. It even has a emulator type window while running on the PC that looks and acts like a tablet or cell phone, Buy it, dont wait, (and its not junk), its about the best there is, and at under 60 bucks, you cant go wrong, Oh and it also makes PC versions along with Android/Ouya and Iphone of your game, not just mobile like Corona. and now it even has one click deploy on its website!.
Great ! It work well, i am curious what possibility can offer from C++? i feel it's a huge way to code easily :)
So to recap i see in their site :
It can code for 2d engine, 3d engine, audio/visual, networking and support for multiplatform... many thing you can do interactive features !
I make 9/10 because it's very good and cheap as software.
Happy coding !
Easy to use and very versatile.
Tier 1 (BASIC) is good for people who want to create game mechanics from scratch but don't want all the hassle that comes with using other languages such as C++, Java etc.
3D is limited and the Tier 1 editor needs more features.