Stencyl is software that can be used to create games and apps for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS (iPhone / iPad / iPod touch) and web browsers. The software was designed to be easy and fun to use. The Interactive Stencyl Textbook was created to help make Stencyl even easier to use!
With interactive elements, videos, images and descriptive text, the reader is taken on a linear journey through game and app development with Stencyl. With a book that is more engaging, complicated topics (such as Math, Physics and Programming) can be easier to understand.
If you, or someone you love, has been thinking about making their own video game or app, Stencyl and this textbook could be a great way to jumpstart that dream.
The Interactive Stencyl Textbook is available as a free “iBooks” download. For best viewing, an iPad or Mac (with the latest iBooks software) is recommended.
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Hi, I want to purchase the book… can you make it available in Indonesian iBooks Store? Currently it is only available in US store.
Thanks for your interest in The Interactive Stencyl Textbook. 51 iTunes stores are currently enabled… Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican, Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela.
Unfortunately, I’m not seeing countries like India or Indonesia on the list. I’ll try contacting Apple to see what the problem is.
Would it be possible for you to get this on the Google Play Books store? That would be great. If you can, great, but if not, don’t sweat it.
Ahh – just read your article from a month before the book’s release. I see since it’s interactive it’s iBooks exclusive. I was just wondering because I would like it on my phone (Android), but looks like iPad might actually be a better option anyway because of the interactive-ness, haha.
In high school I’m in a video game design class, and we’re using GameSalad. After I get deep into that, if I decide I want something, more, Stencyl looks like a great possibility. I tried using it before, but it was kinda confusing; however, looks like this book could be my ticket to learning it! :3