After taking years to become at least a little fluent in programming (Cause I am very far from being a pro at it) I have gotten this strange urge to teach others. Maybe not more DM as much as just setting up a scenario similar to building a game.
A club that I participate in I realized was extremely passionate about games. Last year I pointed out programs such as Blender and Unity to them but I feel that BYOND would be an excellent first real step for them. I understand that programming can be confusing but, in my opinion, nothing near the complexity of Unity or Python. And I personally feel that Game Maker just isn't as...I guess versatile as DM. Then again I haven't messed with it much.
I just wanted to get some tips and such to help my friends. We should be meeting every Wednesday after school and that time should be long enough to define areas to work on and such; plus the fact that I could probably easily get a hold of them at any other time. There are several different talents in the club so I don't feel like I'd fall short of handiwork.
So yeah, anyone have any comments on it?
Aug 1 2011, 5:36 pm