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About Sploitz

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  1. Where would you start?

    First, Java is definitely NOT a huge waste of time.  Anything you learn from any language can usually be applied in some way to another.  And knowing more than one language is very useful.  As far as XNA though, I started with this tutorial series when I decided to do a Ludum Dare using XNA.  I had never used C# nor XNA, and started these tutorials about a week before the event.  I didn't finish the game, but it was a 2D platformer that was mostly complete.  It had enemies, shooting, scrolling levels, and collision detection anyways, haha.   http://rbwhitaker.wikidot.com/xna-tutorials
  2. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1548272412/radio-the-universe-0   This is a really good example of Kickstarter done right.  The guy had no real track record, so he waited until he had something worthwhile to show.  And what he had to show was so cool and interesting that he blew his KS goal out of the water.
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