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Re: two games for developement

Have u considered AA?
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Re: two games for developement

Well, stick around and let a "competent developer" respond.

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Re: two games for developement

As I stated, I didn't mean my comment as an insult. I was simply offering advice. No serious business proposal is typed out in cellphone-speak.

 

And I suggest learning how to code and create your own app. No sensible developer would take you up on your offer. Everyone has 'ideas' ... the hard part is turning that idea into an actual product.

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Re: two games for developement

Ok, so where do I start for creating codes for games?
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Re: two games for developement


ariel041 wrote:
Ok, so where do I start for creating codes for games?

At the very top of this BlackBerry World Development section you'll see this:

 
Start there.
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Re: two games for developement

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If you don't know how to code yet, I suggest starting with something relatively simple (comparatively speaking), like Webworks. Or look into game maker packages like Construct 2 or things like that. That assumes Construct 2 works with BB10 .... not sure, as I never tested it. Unity is another option.

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Re: two games for developement

Thx.
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Re: two games for developement

Starling is another game engine that might help (http://gamua.com/starling/). The most effort it producing a winning game is game play (theme, interactions, story), levels (increase challenge and stickiness to continue re-play), peer sharing (peer play, peer scores), great artwork, compelling sound f/x. If you already have all those in place, the programming side will be a lot easier.

Good luck.
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Re: two games for developement

Thank you
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Re: two games for developement

These kind of "offers" pop a few times a year on game dev and app forums..

Ideas have zero value, execution is everything.

 

You have a lot to learn before actually creating a game, specially if you have no programming skills, but if you are really into it, first get to know how to write code, or look into game engines that do not require coding at all.

either way, good luck.

 

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