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#Actualwarnexus

Posted 22 March 2013 - 08:49 PM

Here's the thing: you can read all you want, watch all you want and study all you want about programming. But you're missing one thing: you're not actually doing the coding yourself. How can you really think and understand until you actually confront programming face to face?

 

Programming is a game and a puzzle. It is also about ideas and how these ideas relate to each other and how you can combine the ideas to make something beautiful: a program.

 

For collision detection, you can bound a rectangle against your game character. Then bound a rectangle against your enemy monster. Test these rectangle for intersection. When these rectangles intersects happen, you know a character collided with a monster.  

 

Start applying the concepts you learn even the most basic fundamentals are crucial to making the most basic and simple game. Start writing games that you can actually write.


#1warnexus

Posted 22 March 2013 - 08:41 PM

Here's the thing: you can read all you want, watch all you want and study all you want about programming. But you're missing one thing: you're not actually doing the coding yourself. How can you really think and understand until you actually confront programming face to face?

 

Programming is a game and a puzzle. It is also about ideas and how these ideas relate to each other and how you can combine the ideas to make something beautiful: a program.


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