Facilitated by Patrick West
Godot is a free, lightweight, and open source game engine that can run on both low and high end hardware. It has a friendly user-interface and is easy to code using its node-based scene structure and Python-like scripting language. It contains all of the tools needed to make a game for desktop, mobile, web, or virtual reality.
Getting Ready for Godot
You can install Godot using the link below, but it is also possible to download the engine through Steam.
The following are links to recordings of the Godot Engine meetings. You may need to be signed in with your Broward College Zoom account in order to access the link. Sign in with SSO.
Click on the icon below to view the source code of the project, or copy the .git link to your clipboard to clone through command line.
Resources & Links
Below are links that accompany the content of the workshops. View them for more in depth documentation and help with the Godot game engine.
- YouTube – Default Cube
- Godot Shaders