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How to make isometric game like [url="http://game4mania.com/game.aspx?gameId=8"]http://game4mania.com/game.aspx?gameId=8[/url]
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I suggest you start by overviewing the principles of isometric projection: [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isometric_projection"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isometric_projection[/url]

Like anything in making a game, a game's development relies heavily on an idea, a computer programmer experienced with game programming, and/or a graphics artist(altough a programmer can be an artist, and vice-versa, etc.).

Regardless of the road you take, knowledge lends you the power to accomplish whatever task you wish anyway you want.

But basically, isometric game design relies on isometric projection principles in graphics, and computer programming.

You can check out some of the basics of computer programming here as well: --> [url="http://python.about.com/od/throughacomputerseye/ss/begprogramming_all.htm"]http://python.about.com/od/throughacomputerseye/ss/begprogramming_all.htm[/url]

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Well, the short answer is learn how to write complex programs that utilize various API's and work with many different machines well and fast.

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