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Haps

Member Since 19 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 16 2014 09:45 PM

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In Topic: Which language do you think would be a good choice to start with?

23 October 2013 - 11:41 AM

I would also recommend C#, here's a good starting tutorialif you want to check the basics and see how much you understand.

 

Other good options could be Java, or Python.


In Topic: "Pixel-Perfect" Collisions...

17 October 2013 - 11:01 PM

I started off with these tutorials, for C#/XNA:

 

MSDN
 

Color Key


In Topic: Kinda lost on where to start

29 September 2013 - 01:50 PM

You could try something like RPG Maker to start with, it's beginner-friendly and will let you get a feel for how games are put together.

 

For C#, I found this to be a pretty good tutorial, and it covers game programming with XNA/Monogame in another section.


In Topic: Learning C# and Xna for game programming

01 August 2013 - 04:16 PM

I got started using Riemers tutorials, too, but they may be a little outdated now.

 

RB Whitaker's tutorialsare well organized and cover everything from the C# basics to different aspects of XNA. The structure might help keep you on track as you follow along with each concept.


In Topic: Why Is Higher Education So Expensive In The U.S. ?

31 July 2013 - 07:48 PM


You can save big over US schools just by driving to Canada

 

Your mileage may vary by institution, however, as international students once again pay full price - There might not be much of a difference between going to an out-of-state US school, and a Canadian one. It can run around 20k for a year of Undergrad, plus purchasing mandatory health insurance, and part of your visa process will be proving you have the money for living expenses.


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