It could also help in explaining Physics and how to create efficient loops and sort algorithms it does not have to "Write code"
And it could also help with Python which probably have more into it.
Help you understand how to create your own script language and 3d manipulations by numbers, shaders and probably a lot of Psuedo code.
It might as well replace completely Stack Overflaw more like a personal Assistant rather then to create code for you.
Tgc could then ask for some kind of yearly or monthly subscription as it will work inside the Ide and will calculate itself (Using Lee's help)/the Agk Specific and Also Game Guru.
Then, adding, Diffusion of sort at it's second stage, will create unique content in seconds.
All inside the Ide both and Game Guru.
Then, it all TGC products will be able to compete well Against Unity, Unreal.
I know I will decently pay 100 USD a year for this. Working with Agk? My favorite GDK. Pffff I will pay 200 USD a year for this.
It will be like a Chrismas every. Day.
I would pay even 300 - 500 USD every year for that.
And I don't even mind if it could do this for free in another Gdk.
This is called Loyalty.
Lee, I think this should be considered.
Especially when it will be sufficient enough, to teach children.
We will have to code, it will Help Like Jarvis Helped Tony Stark become Iron Man.
Thank God, I remained on Agk I learned How to Patent Stuff with it. Got to a of attention from the world.
I think this is valid and legit.
It will enable us to compete with all other Game Engines. And even... To import export to other Engines. As this is very fast and rapid development using the Broadcast feature.
So, if you take a child, teach him, he will be able first to learn allll the basics really fast, then he could do anything he likes.
So starting with Unity or Unreal, that is a tough learning curve.
Lee, why won't you present Agk as a Primary Children starting point for coding.
Manage to get a Mario Like game in 1 day.
Then move to Whatever. You still get the starting point of the children of England for example to get up and running.