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Final year project in 3d Game Programming?

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I am figuring out game development and deciding whether i should develop a game as a final project of grduation. Although i learnt c++, C#, Java etc. but I didn't covered any specific course/subject in my academics for game development.

I love Games but I am completely a newbie in Game development. Should I proceed for Game development in final project? I am finding information about game engines, frame rates, sprites, particles, etc. But unable to find the information that satisfy me. Please guide me, from where should I begin? Which IDE/libraries should i use(Unity3d,XNA,Ogre3D etc)? should i design a game engine or use existing? if yes, how? if no, why?

I alone want to make a game, means don't have graphics designer, physics programmer, audio composer... can i do their tasks to some extent? Please also tell me, how to make models, terrain in 3d games... using underlying library or 3rd party tool like 3dsMax? if I use 3DsMax then how to use its objects in my programming?

Advanced thanks for all repliers for my time consuming question. Basically i am searching their answers for a long time.

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Your question is "should I?" That probably means you shouldn't. But what you should do is talk to your instructors and advisor, and voraciously read the FAQ and all links therein.

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If you're alone it would defenitly be to much work to complete for a project.. If you're more people you might be able to make some simple game.. maybe a simple 2d, one screen game or something.. but as sloper says, talk to your instructors about it..

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