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Member Since 10 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Oct 13 2012 09:19 AM

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In Topic: Want to become a game producer?

01 October 2012 - 11:38 AM

rewrite the article: thats w hat. lol///

In Topic: Game creation software

29 September 2012 - 05:59 AM

blender for 3d modelling a nd animations and many other stuff (FREE), as far as im concernced you had to pay for Maya.

Unity 3d has good graphics and also has the FBX importer which means that you can model in blender and then import it into unity.
Furthermore, maya also has the FBX importer so you can, after youve finished import it into maya.

In Topic: Final Year Project ideas :)

25 September 2012 - 01:15 PM

ermmm, depends which programming language you are familiar with, if you are good at c#, unity3d is the best option for you(i mean the best option!) it has an excellent scripting reference , video tutorials you name it- visit the web for more intel.

If you have learned java and think you can make the most of it, android maybe be the best preference for you and i would advice you to go for it, but there is still something that bothers me in learning android, which is that you have to learn Xml/Xaml for layout purposes, and on top of that you will have to have understanding of HTML which is, as you can see, alot of bother(or in some cases: fun). You will also have to go through tutorials on learning how to use the android SDK and browse through their API(basically special functions) EVEN if you know Java- like myself.

Also, i have not much knowledge on the topic of IOS but i have learned that you need a Mac Laptop/Pc to make games for IOS which cost around 1000 pounds.

In Topic: C++ Alternative to Unity?

15 September 2012 - 08:32 AM

try learning c# in unity game perspective: full series excellently made. here: http://www.gamertogamedeveloper.com/ dont worry its not one of those tutorials who just skip half of the stuff, he does it properly and shows you how to use it in the game, my best recommendation.

or just use Ogre3D: free and uses cpp thats all i know.

In Topic: Easy way to learn computer languages

14 September 2012 - 09:16 AM

why are you going to learn c for? c++ is much more modern, why dont you take the advice these users have given you instead of staying arrogant?

i myself would recommend Java first( to understand the basics of OOP's in a n easy fashion), then c++, then c#, then whatever else the fk you want to learn.