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#Actualsolewalker

Posted 16 January 2013 - 02:36 AM

I made my first game which was tic-tac-toe in C, when I knew only if-else and loop. So its about doing something with what you learn. I am no expert but C++ is not all of game programming, you need to learn some graphics stuff to get the idea about what to do with what. If you know how to draw a rectangle in a certain position of the screen, and you know array, you can make a game like tetris, no OOP or vector required for this aid. Doing graphics stuff is pretty easy because there are libraries like SDL or SFML. I myself is a C++ programmer and learner so I would tell you to stick with it. Though its pain in the butt even to do simple stuffs with it.

#2solewalker

Posted 16 January 2013 - 02:36 AM

I made my first game which was tic-tac-toe in C, when I knew only if-else and loop. So its about doing something with what you learn. I am no expert but C++ is not all of game programming, you need to learn some graphics stuff to get the idea about what to do with what. If you know how to draw a rectangle in a certain position of the screen, and you know array, you can make a game like tetris, no OOP or vector required for this aid. Doing graphics stuff is pretty easy because there are libraries like SDL or SFML. I myself is a C++ programmer and learner so I would tell you to stick with it. Though its pain in the butt even to do simple stuffs with it.

#1solewalker

Posted 16 January 2013 - 02:35 AM

I made my first game which was tic-tac-toe in C, when I knew only if-else and loop. So its about doing something with what you learn. I am no expert but C++ is not all of game programming, you need to learn some graphics stuff to get the idea about what to do with what. If you know how to draw a rectangle in a certain position of the screen, and you know array, you can make a game like tetris, no OOP or vector required for this aid. Doing graphics stuff is pretty easy because there are libraries like SDL or SFML. I myself is a C++ programmer and learner so I would tell you to stick with it. Though its pain in the butt even to do simple stuffs with it.

 

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