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is ruby ok?

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Original post by NisseBosseLasse
There's really just one way to find out: try to develope a game in it yourself. There's actually no better way to know.
Personally, I find it's better to build off the experiences and knowledge of others.

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Original post by think_different
Personally, I find it's better to build off the experiences and knowledge of others.


I find the contrast between your name and your statement humorous [grin]

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Personally, I find it's better to build off the experiences and knowledge of others.
I find the contrast between your name and your statement humorous [grin]
Haha, perhaps.

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Short Answer: Yes

Slightly Longer Answer:

Most languages are perfectly fine for game development, any general purpose language that isn't designed to be a royal pain in the ass (Brainfuck for example) should work well enough.

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i liked the ruby language itself but last time i used it the main problem was a lot of the library's for it including rubygame were still beta-ish and lacked good documentation or tutorials

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