Gamemaker or Game Maker may refer to:
Video game developer
Game Makers, a 2002-2005 TV show on G4 television
Garry Kitchen’s GameMaker, a 1985 development environment for the Commodore 64, Apple II, and IBM PCs
RSD Game-Maker or Captain GameMaker or Create Your Own Games With GameMaker!, a 1991 DOS-based suite of game design tools by Recreational Software Designs
Bally Game Maker, a multi-game video slot machine system introduced in 1994
GameMaker, a 1995 game creation system for Mac OS 7.5 and up
GameMaker: Studio, a game creation system originally developed in 1999 by Mark Overmars
The 3D Gamemaker, a 2001 game creation system by the Game Creators

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GameMaker Studio (formerly Animo until 1999, Game Maker until 2011, GameMaker until 2012, and GameMaker: Studio until 2017) is a proprietary game creation system created by Mark Overmars in the Delphi programming language.
GameMaker accommodates the creation of cross-platform and multi-genre video games using drag and drop action sequences or a sandboxed scripting language known as Game Maker Language, which can be used to develop more advanced games that could not be created just by using the drag and drop features. GameMaker was designed to allow novice computer programmers to be able to make computer games without much programming knowledge by use of these actions.

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Mario Artist is a suite of four interoperable Nintendo 64 software titles, developed as flagship software for the 64DD peripheral’s unique multimedia and Internet capabilities. A bundle of the 64DD unit, software plus hardware accessories, and an Internet service subscription package was released in Japan starting in December 1999.
Development was managed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, in conjunction with two other development companies: Polygon Studio was developed by the professional 3D graphics software developer, Nichimen Graphics; and Paint Studio was developed by Software Creations of the UK.
Titled Mario Paint 64 in development, Paint Studio was conceived as the sequel to Mario Paint (1992) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and IGN called Talent Studio the 64DD’s “killer app”.

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Video editing is the manipulation and arrangement of video images. Video editing is used to structure and present all video information, including films and television shows, video advertisements and video essays. Video editing has been dramatically democratized in recent years by editing software available for personal computers.

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This is a list of notable software for creating, performing, learning, analyzing, researching, broadcasting and editing music. This article only includes software, not services. For streaming services such as iHeartRadio, Pandora, Prime Music, and Spotify, see Comparison of on-demand streaming music services. For storage, uploading, downloading and streaming of music via the cloud, see Comparison of online music lockers. Although this field is only 46 years old, this list does not include discontinued historic or legacy software, with the exception of trackers that are still supported. For example, the company Ars Nova produces music education software, and its software program Practica Musica has remnants of the historic Palestrina software. Practica will be listed here, but not Palestrina. If a program fits dozens of categories, such as a comprehensive DAW or a foundation programming language (e.g. Pure Data), listing is limited to its top three categories.

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The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), sometimes referred to as Entertainment Association or Software Association, and also known as Entertainment Software, is the trade association of the video game industry in the United States. It was formed in April 1994 as the Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA), sometimes referred to as Interactive Digital Association or Interactive Digital Software, and also known as Interactive Digital Entertainment Software Association (IDESA), sometimes referred to as Interactive Digital Entertainment Association or Interactive Digital Entertainment Software, and also known as Interactive Digital Entertainment, or simply Interactive Digital and renamed on July 16, 2003. It is based in Washington, D.C..
Most of the top publishers in the gaming world (or their American subsidiaries) are members of ESA, including Capcom, Electronic Arts, Konami, Microsoft, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Nintendo, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Square Enix, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
The ESA also organizes the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) trade expo in Los Angeles, California,
The ESA’s policy is based by member companies serving on the ESA’s three Working Groups:
Intellectual Property Working Group
Public Policy Committee
Public Relations Working Group

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Music Maker may refer to:
Music (software)
Music Maker (label)
Music Maker (video game)
Music Maker Jam (software edited by Magix Software GmbH)
Magix Music Maker (software edited by Magix Software GmbH)

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