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KillerXD
08-18-2013, 10:58 PM
Just a question, I'm pretty much new to the programming world.

NinjaKrill
08-25-2013, 04:27 AM
I downloaded it once. It should be free.

I wouldn't recommend using it, though. I know it seems simple, but if you are intent on creating games, you should probably learn a coding language.

A good place to start is Python, over at http://www.python.org (http://www.python.org).
It's relatively simple and powerful, and you can learn about the fundamental aspects of programming with it, but it's not the best for making games.

If learning a language is out of your comfort zone, I suppose you could use Novashell, or Game Maker, or RPG Toolbox, or something :P there are plenty of tools out there.

Jamesfredette
08-31-2013, 05:18 AM
It would be great if it is available for free..i have not downloaded it yet but let's see if that is free or not.

kingston king
09-10-2013, 04:28 AM
Many things are simpler than in Dink, such as adding graphics, but the overall complexity of the system is much greater.that is why i don't forget it

Angrox
09-21-2013, 04:31 AM
Yes ,it's available for free.
http://rtsoft.com/novashell/

darksnake99
09-28-2013, 12:50 PM
I downloaded it once. It should be free.

I wouldn't recommend using it, though. I know it seems simple, but if you are intent on creating games, you should probably learn a coding language.

A good place to start is Python, over at http://www.python.org (http://www.python.org).
It's relatively simple and powerful, and you can learn about the fundamental aspects of programming with it, but it's not the best for making games.

If learning a language is out of your comfort zone, I suppose you could use Novashell, or Game Maker, or RPG Toolbox, or something :P there are plenty of tools out there.

I got my start in programming LUA because it is so simple! The syntax is almost exactly like English! Check it out at www.lua.org/ :prophet: