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#ActualB.IOB

Posted 04 November 2012 - 08:43 AM

Hey! if you need anything i'd be glad to help you out! ( i'm italian too). If you wanna talk you can add me on skype ZOMBATOR676.
Beyond this.. IMHO you should start with python/pygame, It's a Object Oriented scripting language (beside that it's extremely powerful) with many modules built-in ( from socket to regex ) and will teach you quite good programming habits ( if you don't indent the program is not gonna run Posted Image).


Hey, thanks 4 the answer, i always like an help!
Right now, i'm still thinking about the language program, a lot of people told me too much different opinions. >_< I'm so confused. I'll add you to skipe. I need to install it.
Solo, una cosa...perchè rispondere in inglese se sei italiano? Posted Image

The new boston is a great site for video tuts

Thanks, i'll check it out!

Hi, B.IOB

The C# and its supporting technologies are very common in the general program development world. It's a great language that seems to be increasing in the size of its base. Microsoft and other organizations agressively support and promote the C# development environment. Some popular and high quality games continue to be made with it.

The C# is the core of the .Net Framework, allowing you the potential to develop high quality games and other programs (other languages supported, too). Some ways to go with C# would be XNA, SharpDX, or MonoDevelop/Mono, and others. It might be a good idea to look at Unity 3D, too. For beginners, perhaps a year or more should be used with C# and XNA.

The Visual Studio (an IDE - Integrated Development) is used by many developers and should be considered for long term developing. You could get Visual Studio Express at some point until you need more, by the way.

Make simple console programs with your chosen programming environment. Programs like "Hello World", simple data base, and letter display program are your crucial first things to learn.

After you feel confident that you know how to make basic programs, then start making simple console games, like crossword puzzles and Tic-Tac-Toe.

Next stage would be making simple 2D games like Pong, Tetris, Asteroids, Defender, PacMan, and so on. Make about 5 to 10 such games, being sure to finish each very well before going to the next.

Always enjoy the journey in game development. Posted Image

Clinton


Thanks, i'll try to enjoy it.
I was asking myself how to start and i've seen a lot of people telling me a lot of different opinion, this is so confusing!
I hope to decide what i should do fastly because i know i've a lot of work to do.

I've thought about C#, i've take from a friend of mine "Beginning C# throught Game Programming" but it seems confusing because it's different to the C++ version.
There are no games like the C++ version.
I can't understand, maybe because he borrowed me the second version?

#1B.IOB

Posted 04 November 2012 - 08:40 AM

Hey! if you need anything i'd be glad to help you out! ( i'm italian too). If you wanna talk you can add me on skype ZOMBATOR676.
Beyond this.. IMHO you should start with python/pygame, It's a Object Oriented scripting language (beside that it's extremely powerful) with many modules built-in ( from socket to regex ) and will teach you quite good programming habits ( if you don't indent the program is not gonna run Posted Image).


Hey, thanks 4 the answer, i always like an help!
Right now, i'm still thinking about the language program, a lot of people told me too much different opinions. >_< I'm so confused. I'll add you to skipe. I need to install it.
Solo, una cosa...perchè rispondere in inglese se sei italiano? :P

The new boston is a great site for video tuts

Thanks, i'll check it out!

Hi, B.IOB

The C# and its supporting technologies are very common in the general program development world. It's a great language that seems to be increasing in the size of its base. Microsoft and other organizations agressively support and promote the C# development environment. Some popular and high quality games continue to be made with it.

The C# is the core of the .Net Framework, allowing you the potential to develop high quality games and other programs (other languages supported, too). Some ways to go with C# would be XNA, SharpDX, or MonoDevelop/Mono, and others. It might be a good idea to look at Unity 3D, too. For beginners, perhaps a year or more should be used with C# and XNA.

The Visual Studio (an IDE - Integrated Development) is used by many developers and should be considered for long term developing. You could get Visual Studio Express at some point until you need more, by the way.

Make simple console programs with your chosen programming environment. Programs like "Hello World", simple data base, and letter display program are your crucial first things to learn.

After you feel confident that you know how to make basic programs, then start making simple console games, like crossword puzzles and Tic-Tac-Toe.

Next stage would be making simple 2D games like Pong, Tetris, Asteroids, Defender, PacMan, and so on. Make about 5 to 10 such games, being sure to finish each very well before going to the next.

Always enjoy the journey in game development. Posted Image

Clinton


Thanks, i'll try to enjoy it.
I was asking myself how to start and i've seen a lot of people telling me a lot of different opinion, this is so confusing!
I hope to decide what i should do fastly because i know i've a lot of work to do.

I've thought about C#, i've take from a friend of mine "Beginning C# Game Programming" but it seems confusing because it's different to the C++ version.
There are no games like the C++ version.
I can't understand, maybe because he borrowed me the second version?

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