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Hi there!^^

It's my first post in this webside so I'm gonna try get to the point as fast as possible:

 

I am a Math-Physics student who thought that he had already decided what he wanted to do after finishing the double degree. But I'm still not sure. I have always loved games and dreamed about creating one. I am not asking for the key tips to get to a professional level all I want to do is know which steps I should follow if I want to get inside the game developing world. I also know that you cannot be everything at the same time. I would prefer to the programing side but still no idea what to do. I have seen lots of tools that don't use coding for creating videogames. I know C++ and some java. 

Maybe all this sounds a little bit disorganized but this is how I am really right now. I have absolutly no idea what to do. Any help would be extremly apreciated :3

Sorry for my bad english T_T

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Thank you very much. I am sorry I rushed too much. I guess I wanted a simple anwser but I guess there's none ^^

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I wanted a simple anwser


You wanted a foolproof set of steps that would unfailingly wind up with you having an unspecified position in the game industry. Simple answer: there isn't one.

There are many possible paths, and none of them are foolproof. Try, and you can get there. Don't try, and you probably won't.

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