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  1. Week of Awesome V - Administration Thread

    The new ones.
  2. Platformer game where player is a developer

    A developer can be anyone who develops. What do you mean by developer? A game developer? Maybe I'm missing out on what you are trying to say.
  3. Platformer game where player is a developer

    What kind of developer? The plot doesn't sound very interesting.
  4. What Math Do I need to brush up on?

    Linear Algebra and Calculus. Khan Academy is a great learning resource for that.
  5. Not bad at all, but companies like Bungie tend to hire people with industry experience. So, aim for getting a job first anywhere in the game industry. I am not saying your first job cannot be at Bungie, but if you have industry experience, the chances of you getting hired are high.
  6. megadrive sgdk output error

    You have to be more specific. Also, those images aren't loading.
  7. Weekly update #22

    Looks very nice.
  8. Problem in finding resources for learning

    For C# and Unity? Here's one https://unity3d.com/learn/tutorials/topics/scripting/coding-unity-absolute-beginner
  9. Problem in finding resources for learning

    I don't know about Love2D, but you should not have any problems finding learning resources for Unity. I haven't used Lua or Python, but I think C# is very easy, especially in Unity as a scripting language.
  10. GitHub with Visual Studio C++ Revisited

    Maybe, I don't know, but a quick google search gave me this result - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/161813/how-to-resolve-merge-conflicts-in-git It looks like you use "git mergetool" which will open a GUI that guides you through each conflict/compares two different commits. It also says that you need to have one of those GUI tools installed mentioned inside the link in first answer. I haven't used it, so I don't have any opinion.
  11. GitHub with Visual Studio C++ Revisited

    Yes. Don't understand what you are saying there, but in my opinion, you should use the GUI git tools for basic things like pushing and pulling and git shell/command line for more advanced things.
  12. Computer Setup

    How do you do that? I know what cloud is and everyone keeps talking about it, but I still haven't really got a perfect idea of what cloud can be used for.
  13. What should I expect as a one-person hobbyist game developer?

    Yes, it's realistic. If your plan is to just make games right now, you should use Unity or Unreal or any other existing technology. These will help you achieve your goal of making games and will simplify things so that you can just focus on your game logic. Of course you can always start from scratch if you want to know how things behind it work, but it's not recommended for a beginner as it can be frustrating and can burn you out.
  14. What books to learn game design?

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