Preview – Godot



The game engine you waited for, and it’s open source.

This game engine is designed to create both 2D or 3D games. Godot engine works well as a 2d and 3D platform.

Godot engine has been initially developed by Argentine software developers Juan Linietsky and Ariel Manzur for several companies in Latin America prior to its public release.

Now it FOSS and is now being contributed to by a big community of adoring fans and large group of supporters.

Your game can target PC, mobile, and/or web.

The Godot engine development environment runs on multiple operating systems: Linux, BSDs, macOS, and Microsoft Windows.


MIT Overview

Managed by:

You wish to: 



  • Download and create with no contracts or hidden fees
  • Find the logic behind any system in an open source codebase
  • Build your game from simple blocks
  • Extend beyond features provided by the engine
  • Create data-driven elements with custom resources
  • Write code without hurdles with a high-level scripting language
  • Leverage your C# experience to feel right at home
  • Pick from a variety of community-supported languages
  • Modify the engine itself and integrate with 3rd party libraries
  • Support both high and low-end devices
  • Seamlessly integrate with your asset pipeline
  • Create animated videos and prerendered cutscenes in engine
  • Work with real 2D and pixel-based unit system
  • Save time creating 2D worlds with a tile map editor
  • Master usability with a flexible GUI system
  • Deliver your game to desktop and mobile
  • Test directly on your target device
  • Partner with a publisher to target consoles

Godot Game Engine Images

What is the Godot Engine?

The Godot Engine is a free and open-source game development engine known for its versatility and ease of use.
It supports both 2D and 3D game development and is compatible with multiple platforms, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, and web browsers. One of its standout features is GDScript, a user-friendly scripting language specifically designed for game development.
Godot’s node-based scene system makes organizing game elements intuitive, while its visual editor allows for rapid iteration and prototyping.
Its community-driven development and active community forums make it a popular choice for indie developers and professionals alike.

Is Godot free?

Completely free and open-source under the MIT license. This means you can use it for any purpose, including commercial game development, without having to pay any licensing fees.