From: NOT TELLING!
|Ok, I'm thinking about buying 3D game studio standard. But I have a few questions.
1. I wanna do a team project but don't have enough money for the team edition. Could me and my friend still work on the same game without buying team?
2. My friend is ganna move, is there a way we can both still work on the game (kinda like the first question)
3. I noticed 3D game studio can do C++. Though I'm not the best c++ programmer, do you think I could still use it with ease?
4. Can someone who is familiar with blender adapt to the built in 3D modeler easy.
From: SV, CA, USA
|my advice, hold off on it. work with making 2d games. small ones too.
if you want to know why I say this, here's a topic that explains it:
work with Game Maker, or better, a 2D engine that uses c++. then work your way up. I've made a couple games in my life, using VB, C++, etc. but believe me, I'm not ready to take on something that big.
well, my advice.
From: Port Angeles, WA, USA
|i'd suggest you get it, it is a solid engine, that is very easy to learn, and powerful, even though its 3d, you can make 2d kind of games with it, and there are tonnes of tutorials examples and a HUGe vibrant community.
actually its the what i'd choose for any low budget christian project, as it gives you a gentle learning curve, most value for money, and more important manpower, time.
all in my opinion though