I have sought to greatly simplify the process of generating 3D geometry on the computer in order to make virtual creativity more accessible to those without training. Right now, 3D modeling tools are plagued with intimidating user interfaces that prevent those without extensive education from electronically sculpting their ideas. Video games, on the other hand, do an excellent job introducing new players to the interface and allowing them to quickly become immersed in the world. Creativity is important, so why not learn from games and their mechanics? What might the implications be of a more accessible creative tool? I sought to answer questions such as these, ultimately leading so some very exciting prospects. What if a teacher could make a game for their students’ homework assignment instead of a photocopied paper? What if the SAT itself was a game?