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Welcome !

You could also start with a game engine to make oneself known with the concepts. Godot has a python-esque scripting language (search "godot game engine"), Unity uses C#, and there are others. All offer a plethora of learning stuff and tutorials.

Edited by Green_Baron

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If you want to continue using Python then pick up Panda3D.

https://www.panda3d.org/

https://www.panda3d.org/manual/?title=General_Preparation

Anything you learn is transferable in some way so keep that in mind when you decide to move over to either another language and or engine. At this stage it is extremely important to pick something and stick it out.

 

Best of luck!

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29 minutes ago, ancientwarfare123 said:

Does anyone want to create a team to work on this?

I would suggest making a new thread here: https://www.gamedev.net/forums/forum/29-hobby-project-classifieds/

You'll want to indicate what you're looking for in potential team members. If you're looking for a group of people to learn with you'll want to indicate that because if it's for a project you need to have a lot of details and some form of a plan to potentially garner interest from people reading your thread.

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