My names Eamonn, so my path to my Desktop is " /Users/eamonn/Desktop ", just in case you didn't know what that did.
Mac Specs(I dont think these are necessary, but just in case they are I'll tell you them):
Intel Core i5
All of the code in the XCode project are all the defaults for the SFML application. I did not tamper with it at all(well, I did but I reset it by making another project).
CodingMadeEasy has a tutorial on SFML, and I think it's a pretty good one from what I've heard.
And one last little thing I'd like to ask about:
Eventually(maybe in a few years from now), I'd like to get into 3D game programming. This seems daunting, but in saying that I'm still trying to master 2D game development. Any 3D game programmers: Were you ever in this position? Where you were still making 2D graphics and were a little worried about the daunting task of 3D game programming? If you are a 3D game programmer, is it more fun than 2D game programming? What I mean is, is it more enjoyable? I love 2D game programming, and 3D game programming looks like a LOT of fun Of course, it will take years of practice at 2D game development, and then to understand the concepts behind 3D game programming would take a lot longer, then it'd be onto actually programming the game.
I understand that 3D game programming is hard, but don't tell me I can't do it. I just have to keep exercising my skills, and one day I'll be a pro at this! "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." - Steve Jobs
So yeah, thanks! Any help is appreciated!
Edited by Eamonn Rea, 12 July 2013 - 09:52 AM.