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How to Start 3D Game programming Step By Step

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[quote name='alimokhlesi' timestamp='1341499392' post='4955991']
hi to all
i want start 3d game programming in windows platform.
Please Help To me for this question:
how to choose best Engine?
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Unity, UDK, flip a coin, the choice is pretty much irrelevant anyway. (There are a whole bunch of other engines out there aswell, i just listed 2 popular ones since the coin flipping would get complicated otherwise).

You would however be better off if you first learned how to program (in any language), then you'll be in a position where you're actually able to use an engine and make a good choice for which one suits your project best.

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[quote name='SimonForsman' timestamp='1341500208' post='4955996']
You would however be better off if you first learned how to program (in any language), then you'll be in a position where you're actually able to use an engine and make a good choice for which one suits your project best.
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thanks of your help
i am a C# .NET Programmer and Expert in :
OOP - Pattern & .NetFramework 3.5 Application Softwar Development
But I want new Experience To Game
[img]http://public.gamedev.net//public/style_emoticons/default/smile.png[/img] Edited by alimokhlesi

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[quote name='alimokhlesi' timestamp='1341505887' post='4956018']
[quote name='SimonForsman' timestamp='1341500208' post='4955996']
You would however be better off if you first learned how to program (in any language), then you'll be in a position where you're actually able to use an engine and make a good choice for which one suits your project best.
[/quote]

thanks of your help
i am a C# .NET Programmer and Expert in :
OOP - Pattern & .NetFramework 3.5 Application Softwar Development
But I want new Experience To Game
[img]http://public.gamedev.net//public/style_emoticons/default/smile.png[/img]
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for C#, go with XNA or Unity.

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Using the latest HTML5 WebGL or Flash 11 Stage 3 game engines you can now deliver complex 3D games in a web browser. For example with [url="http://www.farmpeeps.com/fp_d_games_make.html"]this tutorial and sample game source[/url], you can develop a 3D game that requires no tedious coding using off the shelf 3D content. You can make a 3D games like FPS or Third Person shooter in a day!

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