U.S stuff? Well thank you for saving me the time of reading the article.TheBobmus said:A very interesting read, though the college advice is understandably more useful to those in the states!
[small]Also, inb4 'Omg it r Andrew Ryan from Bioshockz'[/small]
I would suggest that for demos of entirely new stuff, write in a language which would be useful to be able to finalize the product in.Speakercone said:Is there a specific programming language I should focus on? I've been told C++ before. I'm more of a designer, but I quite like the idea of being able to put my ideas down and actually build a game on my own
I was thinking the same. In Australia you MUST go to University for anything gaming creating-wise, and even then the options of Universities is scarcely low. I think overall there's only 2 Colleges in Basic design, and 2 Unis that focus on serious stuff, 1/2 of that in in the heart of Sydney where living is $600 p/w ALONE on rent. :|TheBobmus said:A very interesting read, though the college advice is understandably more useful to those in the states!