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    Icon5 Easy way of making games

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    I want to make cricket games.but i want to know an easy way for it.can anyone tell me wat this way could be

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    There is no easy way to create a cricket game.

    Here is my version of doing a sim:

    Get the "number-crunching" factors on paper first. How do players get out?
    Then learn a computer language - personally Delphi
    Have a large amount of patience.

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    what is "number crunching"

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    and which proggramming language requires small time to learn


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    none of them are easy to get good at.

    the best to learn would probably be C/C++

    but thats also one fo the more advanced.
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    I personally use Delphi for my programs. It is a GUI interface maker.

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    Thank You paid the umpire but r there courses for Delphi

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    Rendering engines

    Possibly the easiest method of game development is using 3D Rendering engines such as 3D Studio or Renderware. Unfortunately these are bloody expensive. You could try 3D Game Studio. A trial version can be downloaded and it only costs US$250 to buy outright. I'm trialing this myself at the moment.

    There is still a lot to learn to use such engines, but at lease you can begin development before sorting out your programming skills.

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    It will be a hard and very long Process

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    Whats the website for 3D Studio
    behlolnawaz@cricketweb.net
    Visit Sports Games Studios

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    If you want to make a quality cricket game, I suggest you learn a real language, like Delphi, Visual Basic, Visual C++ (one I use).

    If you want a quick one, goto one of those gamemaker programs.

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    thanks will scarlet

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    how much time will it take for learning Visual Basic Andrew 14

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    I leanrt Visual C++ in a matter of 1 week or so believe it or not, and Visual Basic is meant to be easier. More you practice, the better you become.

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    I would very surprised if anyone could learn Visual C++ in a week. I have been using C++ for 10 years as a professional programmer and am still learning new things (as all good programmers do).

    You can certainly learn enough in a week to do simple stuff using dialogs and the wizards but you certainly won't master OO programming, pointers, templates, streams, STL, etc. and all the other powerful features of C++.

    There is a lot more to programming that just learning the syntax of any programming language. If programming was easy everyone would do it but the truth is it isn't. You need plenty of patience and have to take it in small steps.

    Daniel.

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