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    GameMaker Studio 2 is touted as the ultimate 2D development environment and Microsoft is partnering with them for the Xbox Live Creators Program.
    For those of you who don't know, the Xbox Live Creators Program requires minimum certification and has no stringent concept approval process. This means that once Xbox Live sign-in is implemented and Gamertags are displayed on the user interface, independent developers can easily bring their projects to both Xbox One and Windows 10. The whole process is simplified as well. A game developer just has to create a Dev Center account, build an Xbox Live-enabled Universal Windows Platform game with GameMaker UWP, and they're ready to launch on the Xbox One and Windows 10.

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    10-26-2017 01:00 PM

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