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#ActualDevLiquidKnight

Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:19 AM

Teach yourself HTML, if you still like it maybe teach yourself java-script. Or move on to flash type games with action-script or even learn a programming language like Java, java and java-script are not the same. Or you could simply learn C# or C++, I would suggest a formal classroom setting if you've had no exposure to this stuff.


However, if you cannot find that I would recommend you find a good book and learn to read and do the exercises in it.


Java-script is not a language I would recommend you write a game in however.


#3DevLiquidKnight

Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:16 AM

Teach yourself HTML, if you still like it maybe teach yourself java-script. Or move on to flash type games with action-script or even learn a programming language like Java, java and java-script are not the same. Or you could simply learn C# or C++, I would suggest a formal classroom setting if you've had no exposure to this stuff.


However, if you cannot find that I would recommend you find a good book and learn to read and do the exercises in it.


#2DevLiquidKnight

Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:16 AM

Teach yourself HTML, if you still like it maybe teach yourself java-script. Or move on to flash type games with action-script or even learn a programming language like Java, java and java script are not the same. Or you could simply learn C# or C++, I would suggest a formal classroom setting if you've had no exposure to this stuff, but if you cannot find that I would recommend you find a good book and learn to read and do the exercises in it.


#1DevLiquidKnight

Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:16 AM

Teach yourself HTML, if you still like it maybe teach yourself java-script. If not move on to flash type games with action-script or even learn a programming language like Java, java and java script are not the same. Or you could simply learn C# or C++, I would suggest a formal classroom setting if you've had no exposure to this stuff, but if you cannot find that I would recommend you find a good book and learn to read and do the exercises in it.


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