According to Microsoft's Matthew MacLaurin, Kodu was created with kids in mind and describes the game as "programming as a fourth-grade art class." And Joystiq's Justin McElroy agrees that it really is basic and well, simple. Check out the informative (and totally factual) Kodu bullet points listed below:
- Will ship with 20 different objects/characters.
- 20 pre-built (and editable) levels will be included.
- Commands given to objects are called "Pages".
- Kodu has been tested with kids for over a year.
- Releasing this Spring for a yet to be disclosed price.