Be a game developer using Project Spark, now in global beta for Xbox One

Project Spark, which lets you build and share your own games, is now available in beta for Xbox One, for everyone. You can request a beta key by going to Project Spark’s website, or obtain an access code card from a Microsoft Store in your area.

The beta program lets creators use Project Spark’s developer-grade toolset on both Windows 8.1 and Xbox One platforms.

Since December, when the Project Spark beta was released on Windows 8.1 devices, more than 250,000 fans have signed up to take advantage of the game’s toolset to create custom adventures and unique worlds such as “Pinball Raid!,” “Blaze Jumper” and “Colour,” reports Xbox Wire.

Visit Project Spark to sign up. And, head over to Major Nelson’s blog for a Q-and-A with the Project Spark team to learn more about what you can create. There’s also more to read on Xbox Wire and the Windows Experience Blog.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff