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Conker5295

Member Since 24 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Oct 04 2012 01:11 AM

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Maze Game, Looking for ideas.

24 September 2012 - 05:26 AM

Hey guys I'm new here and new to coding for the most part.


Little bit about me.
I am interested in game design and i need to get good with java and such to be able to make my own games, figured i should join a community to get started I'm 17 years old. live on my own and I'm going to be starting college in January not sure what for yet, keeping my options open. but I'm positive I'm going into computers. im fairly good with them and want to get better.


Little bit about my game.
The game I'm currently working on is something I'm trying to keep very simple to start, Its a 3D maze game and I'm using unity 3D free version, I'm sure you guys have heard of it here, My basic idea is a maze(obviously) and you start and get to the end and it resets you.

Now i want to make some other things in it like maybe have it time you, add some aggressive enemies, ill add as i learn.

Any suggestions?
I'm looking for creative ways to make a game such as this actually interesting, Right now (sort of) know how to get my character to attack an enemy like i said I'm new but I'm learning Posted Image

PLEASE NOTE:
This is my very first attempt at making a game, ever; and i know how that looks "oh hes not gonna continue with this", "oh hes gonna fail". I understand these feelings and you may be rite, but there's no point in openly stating them. i will try my best and any help and suggestions is very much appreciated. ALSO i know how dumb and boring this game seems, but I'm trying to keep my first attempt at making a game simple and straight forward. thanks in advance.

Let me know what you think


Please no bashing. I'm new here and just looking for a friendly community

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