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#ActualThomas Wiborg

Posted 28 January 2013 - 01:05 PM

Hello,

To give some info on what i would like to do i could start out with following:
- I want a language and a API which i could continue with for quite some time, not like XNA which i heard has a dark future.
- I would like to create an RPG game similar to Diablo 2, but ofc not as huge. I would also like to create games like Plant vs Zombies, Mario etc
- I will use ALOT of time to become as good as I can get, so therefor i realy want to program in a language which i can keep on for a LONG time. And ive seen most of people on GameDev uses C++, so for me it looks like its pretty good.

Some questions.
- How hard is C++(11) compared to C#? It should also been said that im done with my computer science degree so I have been programming in both C++ and C#. Ive heard C++ 11 is alot easier than previous versions?

In XNA we can add audio, is that possible in DX?

Would it take alot more time to create games in DX compared to XNA?
And is it possible to port DX game to Android?


Best Regards

Thomas

#2Thomas Wiborg

Posted 28 January 2013 - 01:04 PM

Hello,

To give some info on what i would like to do i could start out with following:
- I want a language and a API which i could continue with for quite some time, not like XNA which i heard has a dark future.
- I would like to create an RPG game similar to Diablo 2, but ofc not as huge. I would also like to create games like Plant vs Zombies, Mario etc
- I will use ALOT of time to become as good as I can get, so therefor i realy want to program in a language which i can keep on for a LONG time. And ive seen most of people on GameDev uses C++, so for me it looks like its pretty good.

Some questions.
- How hard is C++(11) compared to C#? It should also been said that im done with my computer science degree so I have been programming in both C++ and C#. Ive heard C++ 11 is alot easier than previous versions?

In XNA we can add audio, is that possible in DX?

Would it take alot more time to create games in DX compared to XNA?
And is it possible to port DX game to Android?


Best Regards

Thomas

#1Thomas Wiborg

Posted 28 January 2013 - 01:04 PM

Hello,

 

To give some info on what i would like to do i could start out with following:

- I want a language and a API which i could continue with for quite some time, not like XNA which i heard has a dark future.
- I would like to create an RPG game similar to Diablo 2, but ofc not as huge. I would also like to create games like Plant vs Zombies, Mario etc
- I will use ALOT of time to become as good as I can get, so therefor i realy want to program in a language which i can keep on for a LONG time. And ive seen most of people on GameDev uses C++, so for me it looks like its pretty good.

 

Some questions.
- How hard is C++(11) compared to C#? It should also been said that im done with my computer science degree so I have been programming in both C++ and C#. Ive heard C++ 11 is alot easier than previous versions?

 

Would it take alot more time to create games in DX compared to XNA?

And is it possible to port DX game to Android?

 

Best Regards

 

Thomas


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