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Which programming language is good for a starter.

Posted Mar 11, '13 at 10:38pm

Darkroot

Darkroot

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Does anyone know anything made with Python (like games)

Yeah, check out anything using the library pygame. But I wouldn't recommend making games with python.

The HTML5 standard is still being worked on, and isn't as standard in all browsers as of yet. 

It's likely the future of browser games though next to unity. The openness of it is nice but it's not really easy to make anything like games yet.

 

Posted Mar 29, '13 at 9:17am

Nerdsoft

Nerdsoft

1,009 posts

Stencyl, the one I use, is a flexible, 100% free game creator which combines Flixel's block-based format and, for more experienced developers (not me) the standard ActionScript code interface. You can also download scripts, sprites, fonts, audio and distribute your games through the Forge before releasing them to pro sites like AG or Kong.
I think it's great for people who are new to code.

 

Posted Mar 31, '13 at 2:06pm

DFBlocks

DFBlocks

19 posts

You shouldn't start with a simple game maker beucase you must learn code to do that. If you want better games you would have to learn a whole new coding sytem.

I would SUGGEST that you get a NOT SIMPLE game maker BUT MAKE SIPLE GAMES WITH IT AND MOVE UP

it's the EASYEST WAY

 

Posted Apr 3, '13 at 6:07am

Nerdsoft

Nerdsoft

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I said it allows you to use ActionScript for free.

 
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