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b5cully

Member Since 21 Aug 2013
Offline Last Active Feb 02 2014 03:05 AM

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In Topic: You meet a cute girl, but then you meet her cuter sister. What do you do?

08 September 2013 - 04:21 PM

Ask them both for a 3some?


In Topic: Sandbox Games like Minecraft?

08 September 2013 - 07:21 AM

On that note, with Java you *may* encounter memory problems due to (sometimes exaggerated) memory allocations done by the JVM (like minecraft has), while C++ seems to be more customizable and in this regard. Apart from that, I don't think it matters what language you use apart from personal preference, except you want something in particular.

 

If you don't have any experience in coding/making assets for a game or participating in a large project in general, I wouldn't recommend even starting... Too many people already starting games but never finished them because they lack experience, competence and endurance.

 

If anything, you can always start some small projects first before working on something as big as Minecraft or 7DaysToDie. I.e. Try making a small zombie survival game, then slowly work yourself to the top till you can actually realize the ideas you got.


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