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29.06.12 11:13:29 pm
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Jela331
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What's up? I'm thinking about making my own games. But, I'm not sure about which program I could use. If someone could help me and suggest a program in the comments, it would be nice. Oh and program must be able to create 3D games.
29.06.12 11:29:33 pm
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-tony316-
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I have used the Unreal Development Kit a long time. Its free and it has a very good graphic. You should visit the website.

http://www.unrealengine.com/en/udk/

Then I can suggest Unity 3d, you can create games with very good graphic, too, but its difficult to use it. Its also free.
Here is a link:

http://unity3d.com/
29.06.12 11:33:37 pm
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In 2011, BRL released a new cross-platform programming language called Monkey and its first official module called Mojo. Monkey has a very similar syntax to BlitzMax, but instead of compiling direct to assembly code, translates Monkey source files into source for a chosen language.
29.06.12 11:58:44 pm
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Jela331
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Okay, I'll check your suggestions later. I'm currently downloading Fps Creators Full version(I luv thepiratebay).

Edit:I just noticed, you can't script in this program. Okay, time to check your suggestions.
04.07.12 08:32:58 pm
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Unity is a great engine in my opinion. theres so much you cud do.

Dim3 is a good engine to start with for beginners. free aswell!
04.07.12 09:24:42 pm
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Vladimir Putin
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I recommend you to learn a programming language and coding by hand instead of click-making your game.
Game making software isn't that cool, but if you still prefer those, take a look at Game Maker.

And you shouldn't start jumping into making 3D games before you don't know how to make 2D games.
04.07.12 11:05:43 pm
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@user Vladimir Putin:
There are tutorials, duh.
05.07.12 03:45:39 am
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KimKat
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I'd recommend Unity 3D if you want to create a game of some sort. Unity 3D was written in C++ and C# and to create a game you only need to have knowledge of JavaScript (my favorite language IMG:http://www.unrealsoftware.de/img/smiles/bigeyes.gif
), you can create both 2D games and 3D games in Unity which I personally find pretty cool. I've got Unity myself, so I know what can be done with it.

I've taken some lessons by that I mean, Unity tutorials, and was able to create a somewhat cool FPS game with nice explosion and lighting effects. I have to say it's pretty easy to work in, although I found that the texturing part was a bit confusing until I worked that out, same with the implemention of skyboxes. You only need a tutorial for that and you'll know how to create what you're looking for.

Read on about Unity here.
To obtain a free trial of Unity then go here. If you like the product and is a game developer then buy it, that's all I'm saying. You won't regret it.

But I'm also designing JavaScript games from scratch which is pretty fun.
Check it out if you seek inspiration on how to create a 2D top down shooter game, enjoy.

> My game can be found right here.
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05.07.12 02:35:34 pm
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Avo
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Check TheGamesFactory2, GameMaker or RPGMaker/
05.07.12 03:07:28 pm
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Iceath
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Jela you know that "Fps Creators" not free is? And it also got a "ip-searching-exe" in it.That means,if you download it illegally,you can be spotted by the police.Just run it one time,and the devolpers know where you are.
05.07.12 03:16:34 pm
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Avo
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@user Iceath: Run it offline...
05.07.12 06:39:16 pm
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Flacko
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GCC's g++ is awesome. You can make a lot of different games. It's possibilites are unlimited.
05.07.12 07:13:01 pm
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KimKat
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Dev-C++ can be used to create games aswell, it has a C++/G++ compiler built in. I had a few troubles fixing it lately, but now it works pretty well. I can compile almost anything with Dev-C++. I'm learning C++ slowly in my own pace, but I'm getting there . Then I will create a platformer of some sort, it'll be cool.
05.07.12 07:51:07 pm
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C++, it works really well.
14.07.12 05:56:13 pm
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Jela331
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Is there any program which supports Lua? Please reply.
14.07.12 06:27:14 pm
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miere
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LÖVE.
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LÖVE is an *awesome* framework you can use to make 2D games in Lua. It's free, open-source, and works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
14.07.12 06:45:56 pm
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Jela331
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I have it, but when I turn it on I see a pig.
14.07.12 08:53:35 pm
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Geez
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user Jela331 has written:
I have it, but when I turn it on I see a pig.


You've made my day. Try some pillows, they should help
14.07.12 09:19:44 pm
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user Geez has written:
user Jela331 has written:
I have it, but when I turn it on I see a pig.


You've made my day. Try some pillows, they should help


Dude really, download it and see. Oh and also when I open lua* with it, it shows me some error.

Lua*-The basic "Hello world" lua.
14.07.12 09:21:34 pm
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Try Cafu
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