Ready is an open-ended software creator that enables anyone to create games, apps, and software without any previous coding experience.
Afraid of coding but want to learn? Then Ready is for you. Built on Unity3D - a professional game engine - Ready designed to teach you how to “think in code” through an accessible visual interface. Your projects can then be played on iPad, Mac, and PC.
Choose from a library of hundreds of objects, programmatic behaviors like “bullet” and “tilt to move”, along with special effects. Coding becomes simple-- “WHEN this happens, DO this”-- accessible to just about anyone. And if you already know how to code, push the app to its limits and make some awesome “ready made” scenes to show off. You’ll be amazed at how much fun Ready is.
Come build and explore new worlds!
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A new “slider” behavior under “interface and text.” Especially cool for controlling arduino voltages!
An object “hierarchy view” in the global settings area: use the hierarchy to instantly select any object in your scene and edit properties. Handy for small or invisible objects!
“Clear Cache” deletes temporary files and reduces the need to download assets multiple times.
Ratings and Reviews
Not a pro app; Kinda frustrating using trackpad
The update is really nice. However, it is user-unfriendly on many levels.
I can see how it could be friendlier for young users, but forget trying your hand at game design with this tool if you are accustomed to more advanced softwares.
The actions are very much non-comprehensive, at least with a trackpad. I attempt to click something. Nothing happens. I assume it is the slowness that resulted from updating to High Sierra months ago. I click again. Nothing happens. I double click. BOOM! It does what it's supposed to do.
What on a Mac— besides folder navigation— ever requires double-clicking? Also, when I tried moving an item, it wouldn't tell me that I need to click first on the object and then on the place I want it to go for it to randomly appear in the approximate place I click. The cursor doesn't even change to indicate that a second action should be performed, like most programs would. Whatever happened to clicking and dragging?
Another trackpad issue: to select an object, it rejects my "tap to click" and insists that I press.
I think it is really neat that it can include GIFs... but srsly what's the use? Now I can look up giphys. I can say it is better than the "GIFs" app (with the kitten on TV icon).
Incredible app creator for kids
I’ve used Ready with my kids on mobile- and now it’s on mac with asset uploading. They’re making all kinds of games and learning how software is made at the same time. As a former CS student, I am so happy to see them learning this kind of thing. Definitely worth downloading!
Awsome way to make Games I can send to my freidns.
Supper fun making tool.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.