Microsoft’s Windows 10 app for games has a revamped feature that lets you share your own game ideas with your friends.
In the new “Hackable Games” app, you can share your creations in a number of different ways.
For instance, you could use the feature to share your game ideas on social media with a friend or even send them directly to your friends via email.
Microsoft has also released a new set of guidelines for developers, including a set of rules about how you should use the app and how to avoid abuse.
These include a “use of bots and third-party services” to create and share your games, a “don’t be a jerk” code to prevent people from stealing your game and a “Don’t be an idiot” code.
The latter code will help developers avoid accidentally sending their games to other users or making them inaccessible.
The code also includes a “be careful what you say to strangers” rule to prevent users from being tricked into sharing their game with strangers.
Microsoft’s new “hackable games” app is available for download now.
It’s a free download in the Windows Store, and the new app can be installed on most Windows 10 devices including the Surface Book, Surface Pro, Surface Studio, Surface RT, and Surface Pro 4.
You can find more information about the new feature in the app’s FAQ.