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Gamesofgreatness



Joined: 16 Mar 2006
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Gamesofgreatness
I'm not knowledgeable about the subject of programming code at all... but i want to make a game that is like risk but different. I realize that this may take a while for me to do, but i want to give it a try. If anyone can give me a binary or language guideline walkthrough, I would be very grateful.

If anyone is interested, i can send the finished game if i ever finish it to you.

Thanks for your consideration.
Post 16 Mar 2006, 08:21
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Madis731



Joined: 25 Sep 2003
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Madis731
When I started assembly long time ago (but don't think that I'm old now):
I poked around http://flatassembler.net/examples.php and those that come with the Windows's installation package. By constantly changing instructions and assemblying I learned my way up to get a fast start. If I needed any code that I didn't know how to write, I lurked around others' codes and seach for my byte-sequences Wink. When you know how to put parts together to make something working - you know that you can call yourself a developer (yeah, not a programmer, but a DEVVER Razz).

It is a known fact that with 10% of knowledge, you can do 90% of the stuff you need to do (sorry, its a raw translation from Estonian - maybe you have some cleverer sentences for that), thus you can do a lot by only knowing a little Very Happy

The learning curve isn't so steep and you won't get frustrated. The missing parts of your knowledge you gain by lots of coding. Make some goals like learn a new instruction per day or something Razz

The game-idea is great and I know that I could do it, but because I don't have much time, I can only wish you good luck and happy coding Smile

Madis

PS. You ARE LOOKING at the walkthroughs Wink Its a hint! OK, I'll give you another one:
http://flatassembler.net/docs.php
Post 16 Mar 2006, 12:01
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