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  1. AJrules23

    Best way to get your website "out there"

    Target market is really just about anyone with Internet access who wants to waste time with online games if that's a good way to describe it. Mainly targeted towards PC/Mac desktop platforms. Since games are in-browser. As for a link www.some-boring-games.weebly.com (There's not much there as of now)
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    Low Poly vs. High Poly

    I agree, you could use something similar to the Subsurface modifier, makes a model smoother and more "high-poly" without very much effort.
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    What Language For This?

    C# + Unity. Simple as that.
  4. I have a small website for free online games, and I was wondering what are some of the best ways to get a website out there and gain more publicity. Any suggestions/tips would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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    Two or more monitors

    I haven't had any experience with 2+ monitors on windows, but having two monitors is certainly more productive, I have a 21.5" iMac, for awhile I had an old Dell 1280x720 monitor (my adapter stopped working  ), it wasn't great, but having a second monitor as a second desktop is useful.   I would go with a second monitor, side-by-side, possibly a third if needed.
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    Python for 1st language?

    I would say that if you are completely unfamiliar with computer programming that Python is a good start, it is a language emphasizing readability which is useful for beginners. However, in my opinion it is not the best language for programming multi-platform games. If you want the basic of computer programming and some basic syntax then learn Python. If your intention is making games on a low budget I would suggest a game engine such as Unity. It is free for the personal version and comes with just about everything you'd need to make great games for PC or other operating systems, plus WebGL and Unity's built-in Webplayer. Unity uses C# (a relatively easy to learn object-oriented language) and JavaScript (definitely a language to know!). Also, there are tons of great tutorials on using Unity.
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