tips for a noob (im the noob),
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Posted 16 December 2012 - 11:23 AM
Which one of these fields do you want to work in:
Want to review your favorite game?
So you want to be a producer?
I want to be a games-tester!
So you want to be a developer? (Part 2)
I want to program!
Boop Beep Bop Boop! (Part 2)
Some great resources are gamedev.net, /r/gamedev, and anywhere else you find on the web!
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Posted 16 December 2012 - 02:42 PM
1) Concentrate on learning your language of choice. I recommend either C or Java.
2) Take courses in Software development and Maths.
3) Grab a book on games programming such as Andre Lamothe's "Tricks of the Game programming Gurus".
4) Be prepared to spend a year or two nailing the basics of programming and writing applications.
...and may the Force be with you...always.
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Posted 19 December 2012 - 02:51 AM
ill take any advice i dont even have a game engine yet help me out plz
My advice start reading a book about programming or how to make games. Thats always a great start. When your done with it buy another and keep on learning more. And like this, you shall evolve your skills.
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Posted 19 December 2012 - 08:19 PM
Advice number two, read me. If it seems like too much effort, let me be blunt and say, quit now. This is one of those fields that requires a hell of a lot of effort and self motivation.