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what are the major programs involved in game programing? And how do u convert a newly completed game to a game station format. is it a compeny thing or what?

Edited by WTF, 10 November 2005 - 09:12 PM.

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I am curious to know that answer as well...not because i want to make a game..but i would just like to know what program or programs real games are made on...(like UT2004 ecc)

Stupid question... :tazz: but its curious :)
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I'm not sure if there is such a thing as a few programs that EVERYONE uses to code. From what I have read, though, Engine code is mostly done with C++. I know a couple programmers and an artist who work with creating video games. One programmer uses a language called TorqueScript (kinda like C++), another uses Java, and the artist works with a program called Maya.

Do a search for "Video Game Programming" and see what you come up with... :tazz:
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tank you
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www.gamemaker.nl
The quality of your game depends on your imagination and ability to research...
You can make virtually any typeof game.. see their forums..
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