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Posted 17 September 2012 - 10:52 PM
i have had many ideas on a game but i lack knowing any coding languages really,
even tho i have tried to use the internet to my fullest to learn i just cant learn from reading it off somones web post,
just cant trust me,
so my question is : can somone help me get my idea 'Project' in motion?
i have skype, and time during the weekends and afternoons, get paid like fourty dollars every friday for babysitting so i could possibly pay eventually,
but i want it kinda like this game i play called pockie ninja,
not the same theme or same anything, i just want it like theres is its a flat screen with a user,inventory,other stuff
and theres buttons on the screen to open your inventory and such,
so if anyone can please help me i'd appreciate it so much i have been searching how to do this for at least two weeks and have come up
thanks for your time hope somone can help me with this idea of a game i have
the circles at the bottom are buttons clickable one is a inventory wich displays your items thats one thing i want a button for inventorys and such
also want it to be multiplaye from a web browser or client eventually THANKS FOR READING AND HELPING ME OUT
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 02:34 AM
Have you asked yourself the question why you are not learning from the internet?
I'd say, start to pick one language and go with it all the way. Start with a easy tutorial, and NOT only read but make, NOT copy but type. And make sure you understand whats going on and only then move on to the next.
My advice, learn slowly in small steps:
PONG is a relatively simple game to make, but once you know how to make it you will be able to make Arkanoid with a bit more effort. Learn some vector basics for enemy movement and you can make then Arakanoid into a shooter. Advance this way, in small steps and don't ask to much from yourself. Eventually it will come to you.
Current Project: TechnoFlux read all about it on my
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Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:44 AM
Otherwise I would agree with the above: You need to start smaller and put in the work to learn the basics. If you're having trouble learning from online resources, perhaps you could try to find a class in your area, or could investigate some video tutorials rather than just written posts.
- Jason Astle-Adams.
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Posted 25 September 2012 - 09:45 PM