im 17 and am a semi proffesional EU halo player,im wondering if im too young to start game developing for a simple game
Hopefully you have already read this elsewhere...
PLAYING games and MAKING games are completely different.
Just like WATCHING movies and MAKING movies are different.
It is nice that you are a consumer of games. So are most people. Good game developers need to see what other games are doing, but that is not their primary focus.
Ive been designing my game for a day or so just drawing weapons items and ect and through out these days im going to learn C++ for the first time so what are your opinions on this ?
Like above, you really need to go read the Forum FAQ.
You list three jobs. You only get one.
Designing is a job in the industry. Game designer is typically not an entry level position. Everybody has ideas for games. Read the first section of the forum FAQ about jobs.
Artist is another job family in the industry and there are occasionally entry level positions. Do you like art? Can you make art all day, five days a week? Perhaps with a few years of practice and training and college preparation you could get your skills up.
Programming is yet another job family in the industry and there are sometimes entry level positions. Do you like programming? Can you program and think logically all day, five days a week? Just like with the others, you will need practice and training.