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    Default 3D Game Engines

    i'm very much dedicated to learn game development
    as much as possible while sitting in front of my computer
    if there are people with same intentions or already engage in such activities
    please share ur views and experiences along with any suggestions
    for the record, i have chosen to start with Unity3D
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i'm very much dedicated to learn game development
    as much as possible while sitting in front of my computer
    if there are people with same intentions or already engage in such activities
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    for the record, i have chosen to start with Unity3D
    excellent start... unity has support for all platforms... there are also plenty of resources on the web for learning... I guess apatoto er cheye easily shekhar moto ar resourceful kono development engine present time e nai...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    excellent start... unity has support for all platforms... there are also plenty of resources on the web for learning... I guess apatoto er cheye easily shekhar moto ar resourceful kono development engine present time e nai...
    yes, that was one of the reasons for choosing this engine
    btw, i would like to know the differences between this engine to other popular gaming engines
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    yes, that was one of the reasons for choosing this engine
    btw, i would like to know the differences between this engine to other popular gaming engines
    as far as i have come across... you gotta know a lot of how to do stuff in those engines but you wont get much resources... but prolly more than this engine could be done there...

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    Thank God there are more people like me out there!

    This is the best way to get started with Unity : http://www.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/content.php?176



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    so how about you guys team up start a project . eka eka game dev korar idea ta asole ekta far fledged. koyekjon thakle output valo hobe.im also interested into game dev. but programming skill nai bollei chole.but designing modeling er kisu skill ase.

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    Default Re: 3D Game Engines

    I cant do much if its a 3D game project. But I can provide some coding/designing if its a 2D game, since I learned (and am still learning) XNA 4.0 from 2D game point of view.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Flame View Post
    Thank God there are more people like me out there!

    This is the best way to get started with Unity : http://www.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/content.php?176
    that's a very resourceful site
    u work with Unity too?
    i'm actually starting with some videos tutorial course

    Quote Originally Posted by solid snake View Post
    so how about you guys team up start a project . eka eka game dev korar idea ta asole ekta far fledged. koyekjon thakle output valo hobe.im also interested into game dev. but programming skill nai bollei chole.but designing modeling er kisu skill ase.
    apner intention ta bhalo
    but amar mote akhono ato bhalo aikhane kau nai akta game dara korar jonno
    but this, right here could be a start
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    u ppl should try developing a 2d game first...3d games are way too complex...i was learning c++ and 3d studio max..then came my HSC exam..still haven't got rid of it totall..u know admission

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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    that's a very resourceful site
    u work with Unity too?
    i'm actually starting with some videos tutorial course

    No, I work with XNA. But I've read lots about Unity and I plan to move to Unity when I decide to start 3D.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Flame View Post
    No, I work with XNA. But I've read lots about Unity and I plan to move to Unity when I decide to start 3D.
    I'm unfamiliar with XNA
    could u plz write sth about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    I'm unfamiliar with XNA
    could u plz write sth about it?
    XNA is a Framework for developing games using C#. Google it you'll find loads of info.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Flame View Post
    XNA is a Framework for developing games using C#. Google it you'll find loads of info.
    Unity also allows development with C#
    so u should be comfortable with it
    i've been messin around with C# for 8 months now
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    i have some skills for modeling/animating/rendering 3d stuff... (mostly 3ds max) Unity nia onek interest ase... but time paitesi na install kore bhalo moto try marar....

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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Unity also allows development with C#
    so u should be comfortable with it
    i've been messin around with C# for 8 months now
    hope it'll contribute to game development
    I have 0 knowledge about 3D vectors and dimensions, be it C# or not. So I'm pretty useless at 3D GameDev.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    i have some skills for modeling/animating/rendering 3d stuff... (mostly 3ds max) Unity nia onek interest ase... but time paitesi na install kore bhalo moto try marar....
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    Default Re: 3D Game Engines

    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    i can see that
    ur sigs always proves ur talent
    thanks but... lol lol but ami etto talented na.. interest ase dekhe narachara kori arki..

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