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Old September 14, 2014, 22:51   #3
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Originally Posted by Derakon View Post
I hate to be a downer, and I wish you the best of luck, but these kinds of posts are practically a cliche in game development forums. The fact of the matter is that anyone who has the skill to implement game ideas developed that skill because they have a million ideas of their own that they want to implement. Why should they choose to work on your ideas instead?

Anyway, you made the admirable step of starting to learn to code. Don't be discouraged that it's going slowly at the start; it always goes slowly at the start, especially if you're diving into the deep end by examining a finished codebase! But plenty of people have learned to code solely by working on Angband or one of its variants. Keep at it, ask questions, and don't try to put an artificial deadline on your project. This is a hobby, so do it when you can, and good luck!
+1. Ideas are, in fact, cheap. Execution isn't.
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