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Member Since 20 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 16 2012 08:26 PM

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Best way of learning C++?

02 July 2012 - 04:33 PM

I got a C++ book on the front of me. Are there any methods of learning C++ execpt reading it off...? Share your learning experience...!

Compeletly lost! Helppp

01 July 2012 - 05:05 PM

Right now, I got a lot of questions. I'm learning how to program games with C++ and reading "How to progarm C++" cuz I want to be a game programmer but... people told me to start out small like 2D games. Whenever I find how to install allegro, it just frustrates me cuz mostly all the "how to" videos/websites are 2-4 years old/out dated. Anyways, should I read "How to program C++" until I finish it? Or do both like learn how to program and make 2D games.Or make those "Drop and drag" games? I tried out to make pong with tutorials but.....it doesn't have the same complier/IDE.... l only got Code blocks. If there's a guide how to be a game programmer, that would be great and a "how to make a 2D game" as a beginner guide.

Does CryEngine code C++?

29 June 2012 - 04:17 PM

I was wondering if CryEngine can use/code C++. I got no programming experience. However I did made 2D games on GameMaker 8.1 but I must pay $25 just to script things on there and make MMORPG/Shooting games. All I can make on there is mazes and shoot em up..... So I'm like mehh screw it and start on making a 3D game.....

Edit: still learning/reading "How to program C++"

Help! Being a game programmer

20 June 2012 - 01:59 AM

At the moment, I'm learning about C++ as a beginner. After learning C++, where do I go next as going to the path as a game programmer? Do I create games on unity? I already got a game maker 8.1 from yoyo games but Idk if I know the structures of the game ( dumb question) and created some 2D games without scripting. I haven't reach to the point of scripting.