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My name is John, I'm 18.
Lately I have been thinking about getting into game development, as a hobby.
Alas, my developing knowledge is non existant.
Eventually, I'd like to be able to make stuff like this this
Can anyone learn get all of the knowledge needed on the internet ?
Would there happen to be a mentoring program any of you might know about ?
Any answerer will recieve my endless love.
Do you have any experience programming? If not you should consider messing around with qbasic or turbo pascal. Then work your way up to more advanced languages like java, or C++.
http://www.newgrounds.com/collection/flashtutorialsWell if you haven't been here all ready go here.
And by the way, if you don't have it, you're gonna need to dig deep in order to buy Adobe Flash.
I cracked my version.
I suggest you first learn an easy language e.g javascipt and then move on to Actionscript,Java or whatever you want.
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At 5/23/12 06:32 PM, ClassicOverflow wrote: Do you have any experience programming? If not you should consider messing around with qbasic or turbo pascal. Then work your way up to more advanced languages like java, or C++.
This, or I could suggest python too, to start messing around with.
At 6/2/12 03:18 AM, tonypar16 wrote: I suggest you first learn an easy language e.g javascipt and then move on to Actionscript,Java or whatever you want.
Hello, first... its really necesary to say your age? xD, whatever...
Hi, im 18 too xD and i have some experience on simple game develop as a hobby..., don't worry,
you can get all the necessary knowledge on the internet to create simple indie games like angry birds,jetpack joyride ,etc...
if you don't have any programming experience y recommend you to begin with python 2.7 language because its very simple to learn, and then you can use a module for python called 'pygame', this module allows you to use graphics and many useful functions for game develop. Python also works on web. or you can try to learn java or c++ to use SDL or Allegro graphic libraries...
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