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#ActualShippou

Posted 24 November 2012 - 12:56 AM

Learn to program good code first. With out a good understanding of coding, you can will become frustrated when attempting to create games, even using pre-made engines.
I would recommend reading THIS tutorial series for C++, or THIS one for Python.

It will take time to truly learn. A good programmer, is a good problem solver, and one acquires these skills threw a lot of practice.

Start off with simple programs, and work your way up to more complex stuff. HERE is a good starting point for Python game development.

Edit: You do not need a fancy computer to learn programming. Whatever you have now is good enough.
A good Python IDE is Pyscripter ( free ), and a good C++ IDE is Qt Creator ( also free ) .

#2Shippou

Posted 24 November 2012 - 12:53 AM

Learn to program good code first. With out a good understanding of coding, you can will become frustrated when attempting to create games, even using pre-made engines.
I would recommend reading THIS tutorial series for C++, or THIS one for Python.

It will take time to truly learn. A good programmer, is a good problem solver, and one acquires these skills threw a lot of practice.

Start off with simple programs, and work your way up to more complex stuff. HERE is a good starting point for Python game development.

Edit: You do not need a fancy computer to learn programming. Whatever you have now is good enough.
A good Python IDE I use is called Pyscripter( free ), and a good C++ IDE I use is called Qt Creator ( also free ) .

#1Shippou

Posted 24 November 2012 - 12:49 AM

Learn to program good code first. With out a good understanding of coding, you can will become frustrated when attempting to create games, even using pre-made engines.
I would recommend reading THIS tutorial series for C++, or THIS one for Python.

It will take time to truly learn. A good programmer, is a good problem solver, and one acquires these skills threw a lot of practice.

Start off with simple programs, and work your way up to more complex stuff. HERE is a good starting point for Python game development.

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