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#1 34BLEEP00XX


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Posted 05 December 2015 - 05:56 PM

I want to make computer games but that C/C++ is so hard to learn. When there was a Quickbasic on DOS I did many good games with that.

I can do:

Graphics, Sounds, Videos

Only that programming part is problematic


I know some easier game making tools:


FPS Creator

Quickbasic (STILL works on Win7 on DosBox. Geez)

Or just simpler way: Modifying existing game to make total conversion about it.


So my question: Is there any easier ways to make games?

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#2 Gorbulan


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Posted 05 December 2015 - 07:26 PM

There are numerous products for making games without programming or without much knowledge of programming.


Here are some simple ones:




Project Spark





Good luck!

#3 Vision123


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 05:54 PM

programming isn't that hard, you just need to practice daily .

+don't expect to be able to code a game in few days you need to learn alot about coding first

#4 KingDavidlll


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Posted 14 December 2015 - 02:59 AM

Once you learn the basics of programming it gets a lot easier.  You can make simple games in things such as game maker, however once you can program in things such as Unity it is so rewarding.  It actually might be worth trying to have a go at Unity.  It may be hard at first but if you stick with the tutorials, they easily explain how to do it and what it does, and if you've already made games before I'd say you're probably dedicated enough to do it.

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