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#ActualCdrandin

Posted 05 December 2012 - 01:58 AM

I have a complete series where I build a memory match game from scratch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGQv7bR6zCQ&list=PLDFB7FFF90EE6F0C1


I have looked over your tutorials and very pleased with the content. I myself am a huge fan of Python, but for now I will be leaving this wagon to head over to OpenGL using C++. The only thing discouraging me from staying in python because it really isn't applicable in professionally for games, but is good in practice and understanding OpenGL with a very easy language. Hopefully you can try and convince my understand, because I am very fond of Python, but C++ has this "speed per se, if you get extremely technical which is more advance, but all around Python can compete with C++.

#1Cdrandin

Posted 05 December 2012 - 01:53 AM

I have a complete series where I build a memory match game from scratch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGQv7bR6zCQ&list=PLDFB7FFF90EE6F0C1


I have looked over your tutorials and very pleased with the content. I myself am a huge fan of Python, but for now I will be leaving this wagon to head over to OpenGL using C++. The only thing discouraging me from staying in python because it really isn't applicable in professionally for games, but is good in practice and understanding OpenGL with a very easy language. Hopefully you can try and convince my understand, because I am very found of Python, but C++ has this "speed per se, if you get extremely technical which is more advance, but all around Python can compete with C++.

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