The game engine you've been waiting for.
Godot provides a huge set of common tools, so you can just focus on making your game without reinventing the wheel.
Godot is completely free and open-source under the very permissive MIT license. No strings attached, no royalties, nothing. Your game is yours, down to the last line of engine code.
A different way to make games
Godot's Node and Scene system gives you both power and flexibility to create anything.
Use the right language for the job
Keep your code modular with an object-oriented API using Godot's own GDScript, C#, C++, or bring your own using GDNative.
Dedicated 2D engine
Make crisp and performant 2D games with Godot's dedicated 2D rendering engine with real 2D pixel coordinates and 2D nodes.
Simple and powerful 3D
Godot's 3D nodes give you everything you need to build, animate, and render your 3D worlds and characters.
Release on all platforms
Deploy your game on desktop, mobile, and the web in seconds. Godot even supports consoles through third party publishers.
Truly open development: anyone who contributes to Godot benefits equally from others’ contributions.
Join the community and help create a game engine that belongs to everybody.
If you know how to code, you can help by fixing bugs and working with engine contributors towards the implementation of new features.Learn more
Documentation quality is essential in a game engine; help make it better by updating the API reference, writing new guides or submitting corrections.Learn more
Found a problem with the engine? Don't forget to report it so that developers can track it down.Learn more
You don't need to be an engine developer to help Godot. Consider donating to speed up development and make Godot Engine even more awesome!Learn more