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where do i find programs to create games?

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i have been looking around for ever and i cant find a program to start making a game or anything at all so can any of you guys out there post some websites that give some programs.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Don't be silly. There is no 'hockey program to make hockey games'. You have to use Dark BASIC!

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Learn C++. Thats all I can say.

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heh heh heh.
Well, if you are going for rapid development, you can't go wrong with klick and play.
C++ is for serious 3d development, and can take a long time to learn. You are going to have to get close to the system.

Its a quality over speed issue.

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Maybe try Verge out

www.verge-rpg.com

Despite the RPG name it's flexible enough to do other types of games too. Though the emphasis is on 2D roleplaying games.

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At the top of the web page should be a link labeled For Beginners under Resources. That should be a good place to look for information in general. For C++, you need a compiler. This is a program that converts your code into a program. Also, you might want to check out the Books section under Resources to see what good books there are about learning C++. One last thing, make sure you learn C++ first, then, when you know C++ , you can start thinking about where you want to go from there (maybe DirectX, OpenGl, or SDL, after you learn C++).

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