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The GT3000 Center for People Who Can’t GameDev and Wanna Do GameDev and Other Stuff Good Too
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The GT3000 Center for People Who Can’t GameDev and Wanna Do GameDev and Other Stuff Good Too

This list comprises of a quick (but by no means complete) summary of the big three game engines and their relevant chosen programming languages. In addition is a list of resources both free and paid to help you get started on your journey as a turtletastic gamedev.

Join us on the #dev_gaming channel of the Turtlecoin Discord located here: http://chat.turtlecoin.lol/

Dos and Don’ts

  • Do explore your options at the outset. Each engine strikes at a different level of expertise and know-how. Game Maker is going to be a lot more forgiving than Unreal Engine in the programming department but that ease comes with inflexbility.

  • Don’t be afraid to experiment while you find what you like and don’t.

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