We’ve come so far. We know how to make 3D Models for our 3D games and sprites for our 2D games. We also know how to make music. We have done all of this for free so far and now we are getting onto the true meat of the video game: The game engine.
What is a game engine?
A game engine is simply defined as the underlying software that powers a video game.
So what does that actually mean? It means that the game engine is how your game is brought together and in most cases, this can mean “boring programming”. But is itboring? Are we now doomed to traverse code for eternity?
Well, ideally you should pick up some programming skills if you are truly interested in developing your ideal video games. Unless you are looking to specialise as, say, a…
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