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Make your own retro games on a virtual game console. Program in the classic BASIC language and create sprites, tile maps, sound and music with the included tools. As a beginner you will quickly understand how to create simple text games or show your first sprite on a tile map. As an experienced programmer you can discover the full potential of retro hardware tricks!<br><br>Virtual Game Console<br><br>Imagine LowRes NX as a handheld game console with a d-pad, two action buttons and a little rubber keyboard below a slidable touchscreen. LowRes NX was inspired by real 8- and 16-bit systems and simulates chips for graphics, sound and I/O, which actually work like classic hardware. It supports hardware sprites as well as hardware parallax scrolling, and even offers vertical blank and raster interrupts to create authentic retro effects.<br><br>Old-School Programming<br><br>The programming language of LowRes NX is based on second-generation, structured BASIC. It offers all the classic commands, but with labels, loops and subprograms instead of line numbers. Graphics and sound are supported by additional commands and you can even access the virtual hardware directly using PEEK and POKE. You have complete control over the program flow, there is no standard update function to implement.<br><br>Creative Tools<br><br>LowRes NX includes all the tools you need: The Character Designer for editing sprites, tiles and fonts, the Background Designer for tile maps and screen layouts, as well as the Sound Composer for music and sound effects. All of these are just normal BASIC programs. You can change and improve them or even create your own custom editors.<br><br>Share and Play<br><br>Send your games directly to other users or share them via the website. All programs are open source, so you can play them, learn from them and edit them. Do you prefer making just art or music? Share your creations as assets and let other programmers use them in their projects.<br>
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This is a review on this app, yes, and a good one. This is an ultra amazingly amazing mega trillionallizeringamore coding platform! And to prove that I’m going to explain how many friends, games, and animations I’ve made on LowRes Coder. LowRes Coder used to be live as the best coding platform there ever was, passing over all others. Still, I’m a proud member of LowRes still and I always will be. The programs you make can be posted on a website so others can enjoy them too, so I’ll bring back now how much fun I used to have arguing with another rival user!😅 JUST KIDDING! This is about the coding, not all the friends and story’s I have! Anyways, thanks Timo for inspiring me and my cousin to grow to be successful and to be capable of anything in the virtual world. I thank you for you work and I always will treasure your apps as my 11, 12 and 13yr memories. P.s: Never forget my text games
Made from the best parts of LOWRES CODER, this is the NeXt (NX) generation from the original LowRes Designed to emulate a simulated handheld gaming system (kinda like the old gameboy) it comes with character Sprite and background editors, and uses a BASIC programming that is similar LowRes uses.. but is actually more powerful than the original EZ to use and learn for people not familiar with programming, it also has an advanced edge available for more experienced programmers with commands like PEEK and POKE. Advanced programmers can even create their own advanced tools to similar to the included graphic editors With a frame rate of 60 FPS, the animation is smooth. Although this is more of a beta version, many more fun features are on the maker's list of things to be added :) Where with original LowRes it may take as many as a few hours to make a nice game, with lowres NX and it's built in graphic editors, it's possible to make a nice game in minutes... once you learn how to use NX :) I ABSOLUTELY LOVE LOWRES NX \(^_^)/
I've used the original since it came out. The LowRes language is so easy to learn and utilize that you'd think you can't make very complex things with it, but no. There are many complex shooter games, platformers, RPGs, and even some fantasy operating systems made by other users. This is by far the best coding app for iOS and it is also available on Windows and Mac. Definitely download this whether you are brand new, a hobbyist, or even an experienced programmer!
Out of every mobile programming app I’ve ever used, this is by far the best. I couldn’t ask for much more, especially after the addition of sound. My only recommendation would be UI improvements regarding simplicity and organization. Once again, I highly recommend this for any arcade-style program.
Writing something like this is incredibly hard and given the beauty the developer has achieved and the money they didn’t ask, it can only mean how much the software meant to them. It is a magnificent piece of masterpiece work. Nothing any less.
Developed by Timo Kloss.
LowRes NX Coder is ranking in Education & Entertainment
Last update was at Oct 12, 2019and the current version is 1.9.
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LowRes NX Coder have a 77a user reviews.
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