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#ActualAgbahlok

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:07 AM

Well, you can find decent and free IDE for any popular programming language.

About the choice of language I don't know what would fit you. Maybe C# ? C# is relatively easy language to learn, it's pure object-oriented and there is XNA framework available for free, which is very easy as well. About the IDE there is Visual C# 2010 Express released by Microsoft, which you can use for free for non-commercial as well as for commercial purpose. Also as far as I know Magicka and Terraria were made with help of XNA, so you could make quiet decent game with C# and XNA theoretically.

Btw. did you take a look at Unity3D, UDK and CryENGINE 3 SDK ? These are pretty decent tools as well and could help you get involved into the game development in more of the visual way, though there is still quiet powerful scripting in these tools.

#3Agbahlok

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:07 AM

Well, you can find decent and free IDE for any popular programming language.

About the choice of language I don't know what would fit you. Maybe C# ? C# is relatively easy language to learn, it's pure object-oriented and there is XNA framework available for free, which is very easy as well. About the IDE there is Visual C# 2010 Express released by Microsoft, which you can use for free for non-commercial as well as for commercial purpose. Also as far as I know Magicka and Terraria were made with help of XNA, so you could make quiet decent game with help of that theoretically.

Btw. did you take a look at Unity3D, UDK and CryENGINE 3 SDK ? These are pretty decent tools as well and could help you get involved into the game development in more of the visual way, though there is still quiet powerful scripting in these tools.

#2Agbahlok

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:06 AM

Well, you can find decent and free IDE for any popular programming language.

About the choice of language I don't know what would fit you. Maybe C# ? C# is relatively easy language to learn, it's pure object-oriented and there is XNA framework available for free, which is very easy as well. About the IDE there is Visual C# 2010 Express released by Microsoft, which you can use for free for non-commercial as well as for commercial purpose. Also as far as I know Magicka and Terraria are made with help of XNA, so you could make quiet decent game with help of that theoretically.

Btw. did you take a look at Unity3D, UDK and CryENGINE 3 SDK ? These are pretty decent tools as well and could help you get involved into the game development in more of the visual way, though there is still quiet powerful scripting in these tools.

#1Agbahlok

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:06 AM

Well, you can find decent and free IDE for any popular programming language.

 

About the choice of language I don't know what would fit you. Maybe C# ? C# is relatively easy language to learn, it's pure object-oriented and there is XNA framework available for free as well, which is very easy as well. About the IDE there is Visual C# 2010 Express released by Microsoft, which you can use for free for non-commercial as well as for commercial purpose. Also as far as I know Magicka and Terraria are made with help of XNA, so you could make quiet decent game with help of that theoretically.

 

Btw. did you take a look at Unity3D, UDK and CryENGINE 3 SDK ? These are pretty decent tools as well and could help you get involved into the game development in more of the visual way, though there is still quiet powerful scripting in these tools.


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