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SnakeMaster

Member Since 19 May 2010
Offline Last Active May 06 2014 04:58 AM

#5012372 tips for a noob (im the noob)

Posted by SnakeMaster on 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.


#5012371 A Few Words of Encouragement

Posted by SnakeMaster on 19 December 2012 - 02:47 AM

I talked to my CIS professor a few days ago and she gave me a real nugget of wisdom I want to share with all of my fellow beginners here on gamedev. This is a quote from her e-mail she sent me.

"Programming is just like any other skill, if you want to be good at it you have to do it a lot. That being said you have to willing to be really bad it for awhile before you can see the fruits of you labor. Don't feel bad because you haven't made Baulder's Gate in one semester. Build upon small realistic goals. Just do the basics and gain a real understanding of the foundational skills. Work hard and work consistently and you will be great at whatever you want."

So I just want to say to everyone out there to keep trying and stay in good cheer, even when things get hard. Push through your obstacles and you will become the programmer you want to be. Keep working hard, you will be rewarded for it!


I must say does are some Wise words.But i do also have some from my Programming Teacher.

"Programming aint Hard its just Complex and Simple. If you think its Hard your doing something wrong."


#5011953 A gaming PC

Posted by SnakeMaster on 18 December 2012 - 02:03 AM

Build one yourself. Why i say that is cause, while building you can choose what to put inside. And besides if you would buy a Alienware PC it wouldnt help much since you could buy a similiar pc with same kapabilities and it still would be cheaper.


#5011678 Unity, yes or no?

Posted by SnakeMaster on 17 December 2012 - 07:41 AM

As for my Experience i must say Unity is a very impressive Engine. Not the Best but you can do many things with it then you would think of a Free Engine. There is also another positive thing about it, and that would be its price for commercial use.

And if you have skill in javascript or C# i would surely try Unity out.


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