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#ActualJinixVomitorium

Posted 04 January 2013 - 06:00 PM

2D is much much easier. Start out with the GUI and login system. then move on to the database and get everything set up correctly. There is no point in programming a game if you cant correctly implement you data for the game, simply because you have yet to create the database/storage of data... BTW - for the sake of the meme - "One does not simply.... program a game without a database"

 

oh right, the best ide for linux would have to be netbeans ide for java and c++... or eclipse (some prefer that)

sudo apt-get install netbeans

sudo apt-get install eclipse


#1JinixVomitorium

Posted 04 January 2013 - 05:57 PM

2D is much much easier. Start out with the GUI and login system. then move on to the database and get everything set up correctly. There is no point in programming a game if you cant correctly implement you data for the game, simply because you have yet to create the database/storage of data... BTW - for the sake of the meme - "One does not simply.... program a game without a database"


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