Overview of the Godot UI
Like most game engines, Godot has a unified development environment. This means that you use the same interface to work on all of the aspects of your game – code, visuals, audio, and so on. This section is an introduction to the interface and its parts. Take note of the terminology used here; it will be used throughout this book when referring to actions you’ll take in the editor window.
Figure 1.3: Project Manager
Opening Godot for the first time
The first time you open Godot, you won’t have any projects yet. You’ll see a pop-up window asking if you want to explore official example projects in the Asset Library. Select Cancel, and you’ll see the Project Manager as it appears in the preceding screenshot.