Game Development Reference
As far as simplicity goes, this IDE offers just about everything a programmer could want, and
does so with a slick interface. Those of you who prefer the extra real estate and want to work
without a ribbon can do that as well by doing the following:
Right-click on the desktop shortcut and select Properties.
In Properties, select the Shortcut tab and in the Target box add the command
line -noribbon .
An Access Denied dialog may appear, declaring that you will need to
provide administrator permission to make these changes. If so, simply
click on Continue, and then click on Apply and OK.
Unreal X-Editor is perhaps the greatest IDE for those starting off with UnrealScript, and for a
number of reasons. It streamlines the often intimidating and convoluted process of making
changes to a game utilizing UDK.