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Why do I never come to the point where I actually make anything???? I have started over like 500 times and I have been playing around with the basics a lot (spinning, blending, drawing, texture-mapping) but I never start working on a game/demo... I just don''t get how to do this

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Because you're a moogle - and you should be dancing not programming ..... but seriously perhaps you don't have a strong enough "go" to finish a game. Or don't know how to do it, so in turn you get upset and start over. Wish I could help more. :/

Edited by - David_Kay on November 17, 2001 3:19:38 PM

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KUPO!
The best answer of theese two are probably that I dont really know how.
I mean how do you pull everything together really?
Sure, I could learn how to load MD3 models, how to implent the A* pathfinding algorithm and collision detection somewhere, but yet how the hell do I build the world?

I wish Shinig could popst his next articles soon

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Well, for one, i dont feel comfortable working 8 hours straight by myself in my cold basement making somthing. Spread your time out when making a game/demo. And find sombody that knows openGL and C++, they will help ALOT! I haven''t found anybody yet :o( but im not working on a game, which will take a LONG TIME! You just need alot of incentive to keep going. Maybe programming just doesn''t intrest you anymore...

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