Start learning a programming language (C++, java,...). Once you know one of those quite well you can start creating 2D games with a game engine that uses your programming language. Say you're doing C++ you could make 2D games with SFML for example.
After you've mastered creating 2D games (try out multiple frameworks by the way) you can try making 3D games with, for example, Unity. Unity is to my knowledge the most accesible game dev software.
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