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Post #204776 Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

Hey guys, so after doing web development for the longest time, I've been poking my head into the world of game development trying out engines and different languages until I finally landed back on the first engine I tried, Unity. I just got done learning the basics of the Godot engine with its GDScript language, but I was not really a fan of using whitespace instead of brackets.

Anyways, I'm going to be relearning the unity engine from the beginning if anyone is interested in learning along, or even if you're already experienced drop me a message on discord, I would love to get a group together of some people from the community that share the same interest (game development).


PM for discord.

31 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204777 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

Have you tried Aphelion Browser Based?

31 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204779 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

Unity is my "goto" if I need to knock something graphical up quick. I'm always happy to help if anyone needs it.

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31 weeks, 15 hours ago
Post #204786 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

best advice iv seen given for anyone trying to relearn Unity was they should just try out UE4

30 weeks, 4 days ago
Post #204787 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
judess69er posted: (14th Mar 2019, 08:23 pm)

best advice iv seen given for anyone trying to relearn Unity was they should just try out UE4


Unreal is also an excellent engine. Probably more well regarded than Unity. This is pretty good advice for new users but sadly I'm stuck with the "can't teach an old dog new tricks" problem. I've used Unity for so long I can just go to it and do what I need to get the job done without having to learn anything new. So what I'm basically saying is I'm lazerly bound to Unity. "Lazerly" is a word, right? XD


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30 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204788 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
judess69er posted: (14th Mar 2019, 08:23 pm)

best advice iv seen given for anyone trying to relearn Unity was they should just try out UE4


It most likely will be easier for some people to work with Unreal for more higher budget/graphically intensive projects and unreal also offers visual scripting which is pretty amazing for people just starting out, but with Unity 2019 around the corner offering their own take on visual scripting and making the 2D development workflow easier (which is what I will be primarily working with) it's definitely a great choice for beginners, especially with all the learning resources out there for it. It's a definite choice for me, just for the sheer fact that 2D development is becoming a huge focus for unity and to be honest, a year or two ago I would say the same thing about unity, but the idea of working on a 2D game in unreal is already giving me headaches.

Outside of Unity, the obvious choice would be GameMaker Studio 2 which has a better and easier development workflow for creating 2D games, but personally, I dread working with GML and the horrid UI of GameMaker and outside of that it's good to have the option of also being able to work with 3D without having to relearn another engine or splitting hairs just to make cool 2.5D effects.


30 weeks, 2 days ago
Post #204790 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

If you're just starting out, especially if you're only planning on using 2D or basic 3D, then I'd highly recommend just learning OpenGL and/or DirectX without some kind of 3rd party engine. There are a tonne of tutorials online and you'll gain a valuable idea of how the graphics pipeline works.

Although old I'd still recommend NeHe "Legacy tutorials" to anyone. It's a little outdated, hence the name,  but will teach you step-by-step everything you need to get started.

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29 weeks, 4 days ago
Post #204792 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
Sordie posted: (21st Mar 2019, 10:17 am)

If you're just starting out, especially if you're only planning on using 2D or basic 3D, then I'd highly recommend just learning OpenGL and/or DirectX without some kind of 3rd party engine. There are a tonne of tutorials online and you'll gain a valuable idea of how the graphics pipeline works.

Although old I'd still recommend NeHe "Legacy tutorials" to anyone. It's a little outdated, hence the name,  but will teach you step-by-step everything you need to get started.


Dang how did you add a background color to text? :O
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29 weeks, 4 days ago
Post #204796 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
Hacker_Alex posted: (22nd Mar 2019, 12:44 am)

Dang how did you add a background color to text? :O

idk
man
seems
kinda
off
topic
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29 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204798 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
Sordie posted: (22nd Mar 2019, 03:05 pm)

Hacker_Alex posted: (22nd Mar 2019, 12:44 am)

Dang how did you add a background color to text? :O

idk
man
seems
kinda
off
topic

Fine, be that way.
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29 weeks, 3 days ago
Post #204800 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

I am interested if you're creating a discord I would like to join.

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28 weeks, 2 days ago
Post #204801 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?

If you are looking into working with 3D graphics, stuff like physically based rendering and working with high definition graphics, just scrap Unity for the time being because their High Definition Render Pipeline is still in preview and is very behind compared to engines like Unreal. There are a lot of things it doesn't support right now that are pretty crucial and a lot to take on your own. 

Other than that, they still have some pretty strong featured they have introduced like Shader Graph and their VFX tool

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28 weeks, 18 hours ago
Post #204807 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
Wildsurvival posted: (1st Apr 2019, 07:25 am)

If you are looking into working with 3D graphics, stuff like physically based rendering and working with high definition graphics, just scrap Unity for the time being because their High Definition Render Pipeline is still in preview and is very behind compared to engines like Unreal. There are a lot of things it doesn't support right now that are pretty crucial and a lot to take on your own. 

Other than that, they still have some pretty strong featured they have introduced like Shader Graph and their VFX tool


I'm going to go out on a limb and say that as some people here are impressed that you can change the background colour in HTML then the capabilities of the Unity render pipeline will be well within the scope of their needs.
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26 weeks, 16 hours ago
Post #204847 Re: Anyone New, Interested or Experienced w/ Game Development?
Sordie posted: (15th Apr 2019, 08:43 am)

Wildsurvival posted: (1st Apr 2019, 07:25 am)

If you are looking into working with 3D graphics, stuff like physically based rendering and working with high definition graphics, just scrap Unity for the time being because their High Definition Render Pipeline is still in preview and is very behind compared to engines like Unreal. There are a lot of things it doesn't support right now that are pretty crucial and a lot to take on your own. 

Other than that, they still have some pretty strong featured they have introduced like Shader Graph and their VFX tool


I'm going to go out on a limb and say that as some people here are impressed that you can change the background colour in HTML then the capabilities of the Unity render pipeline will be well within the scope of their needs.

Hmm, the response area sanitizes html for me so I did have to hack it into the web page. I am how ever unimpressed that the sanitation is only client sided.

Therefore, since we are hackers, we need the real deal such as Unreal.
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16 weeks, 6 days ago
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