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Discussion in 'Software' started by yakyb, 6 May 2011.

  1. yakyb

    yakyb i hate the person above me

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    Anyone else here develop games either professionally or in their own time

    I have been learning XNA this last month and having great fun with it

    I have a blog up and will link to it when it is more substantial

    Im currently Writing a Single player Eve type game

    any one else writing anything?
     
  2. Guinevere

    Guinevere Mega Mom

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    Yes, on iOS but I'm saying nuffin'
     
  3. Pieface

    Pieface Well-Known Member

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    You're writing X3?
     
  4. suenstar

    suenstar Collector of Things

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    Can't save that I've even looked at doing anything with XNA, I may have a play with it at some point but I'm already spreading myself across enough development systems (mostly just for software purposes).


    I've played around with game programming for a couple of years now, mostly done Python based coding with pre-generated engines... I've recently moved up to programming in C++ and have been playing with the latest Unreal Development Kit a fair bit, just keeping my knowledge up-to-date really.

    No real full-game projects to speak of as yet; I'm not really rushing to create anything specific until I get to dabble with the CryEngine 3 SDK when it is released to the public around August time.
    When that is released, I might try implement one of the little projects I've had sitting in my note books for a bit of dedicated fun/work. I couldn't see myself going into the field as a professional though, it seems like it would be too stressful and demanding for me (not to mention my severe lack of official qualifications).
     

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