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#ActualNathanFR

Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:52 PM

In conclusion, go with the language you want, the one you feel the most comfortable with and just write a game. As @jbadams said, when you will get a bit experienced at programming, changing language regarding your requirements would be quite easy. What you want right now is writing games to get experienced in general programming logic and general game development logic, both are language agnostic.

Have fun.

#2NathanFR

Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:51 PM

In conclusion, go with the language you want, the one you feel the most comfortable with and just a game. As @jbadams said, when you will get a bit experienced at programming, changing language regarding your requirements would be quite easy. What you want is writing games to get experienced in general programming logic and general game development logic, both are language agnostic.

Have fun.

#1NathanFR

Posted 07 November 2012 - 12:51 PM

In conclusion, go with the language you want, the language you feel the most comfortable with and just a game. As @jbadams said, when you will get a bit experienced at programming, changing language regarding your requirements would be quite easy. What you want is writing games to get experienced in general programming logic and general game development logic, both are language agnostic.

Have fun.

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