Fri, Jul 17, 2009 | 16:05 BST
Microsoft has decided to shut down its user friendly development program Popfly.
Released two years ago, the program enabled people with little or no programming experience to create games.
Come August 24, folks will be asked to direct themselves to XNA or Kodu.
Posted in: Development, Microsoft, Xbox 360, Xbox Live
Tags: kodu, Popfly, xna
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