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#1 Dalphin   Members   -  Reputation: 193

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Posted 29 June 2014 - 12:58 PM

Hey there people,

I'm learning the basics of python now quiete a while to make games in the future.

My ultimate goal is to make a game like battleground europe (http://www.battlegroundeurope.net/home).

Here are some screens: 

 

http://otavafiles.fi/plaza/s/f/vanhat/69298.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/massively.joystiq.com/media/2011/03/3pr2after.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/massively.joystiq.com/media/2011/06/134preview2.jpg

 

I know it's a long way till there and that i have to start very very small and that's exacly what i'm doing now, 

but i have a question: With which engine, which uses python, can i make such a game or do i have to learn another language, 

which will be a litle bit harder, to make such a game?

 

thanks,

Dalphin


Edited by Dalphin, 29 June 2014 - 01:07 PM.


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Posted 29 June 2014 - 02:29 PM

Panda3d is a great game engine, python based. However, and of note worth consideration, is the assets you'll be using. A game is generally about mechanics, which in turn are about algorithms. It's not a matter of which bells and whistles an engine supports, it's a matter of proficiency.

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 02:31 AM

So basically you say and correct me when i understand it wrong: It doesn't really matter which engine you choose, but the thing that does matter is how experienced and well trained you are in programming? 


Edited by Dalphin, 30 June 2014 - 03:08 PM.


#4 DavitosanX   Members   -  Reputation: 303

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Posted 03 July 2014 - 10:55 AM

You can pick any engine you like, even if it doesn't support python. I say that because whatever you have learned in python so far will most likely be applicable in another language. Unity 3d, for example, uses either Javascript or C# as its scripting languages, and those aren't that different to python when it comes to the basic building blocks. Of course, there will be some learning involved, but if you already know how to solve problems through programming, then learning some new syntax and a slightly different paradigm isn't too hard.


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