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steaveo

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do i make a mini-game
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MAGIC!

you might want to be a little more descriptive with your question
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what do u mean by more discrpitive
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It's like saying "I want to make something out of metal." Well sure, but plenty of things can be made out of metal.

Define mini-game.
What are your goals for this mini-game?
What language will you be using?
What experience do you have in said language?
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1.nothing much just a stick man mini-game



2.i thank java

3.none
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Well, you can't just make a game with no knowledge of the programming language you will be using. It can take several years to learn the required skills to make a game. I recommend buying some books, googling some tutorials, and taking classes in programming if you are willing to dedicate the time to learn game programming.
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ok thanks
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