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Hello and welcome to the GameDev resource thread. here you can find and share things such as tutorials, documentation and game engines to use for your fan game. Or game that doesn't relate to MLP. i dont judge :)

Please do reply with any good resources and stuff you know of. I don't know all of the things, after all ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

Resources

|   Engines/Frameworks

||   Godot

||   Love2D

||   Pygame (honestly not recommended for anything more than a simple project or beginners stuff)

||   Game Maker

||   RPGmaker

||   MonoGame

||   SDL

|   Tutorials

||   Godot

|||   Official Documentation

|||   GDquest (Amazing video tutorials)

||   Love2D

|||   Official Documentation

|||   SpunkyKangaroo (Pretty much the best tutorials for Love)

|| Pygame

|||   Official Documentation

|||   Sentdex

||   GameMaker

|||   YoYo Games "Learn" page

|||   Official Documentation

||   RPGmaker

|||   Official Tutorial

||   MonoGame

|||   Official Documentation

||   SDL

|||   Official Documentation

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might as well add some stuff to my most "productive" post here

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Pinning this since it is a phenomenal resource and exactly what this place need. Thanks @FalloutFloyd

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Huh, kind of weird to see Unity 3D isn't on the list there.

On the other hoof, first time I hear of monogame.

As a quick review, Unity 3D is a multipurporse thingie for either game making or animation. Been working on it for a couple years and the only downside I see on it is the way it works with collision boxes, though with some good coding you could work around it.

Despite its name, it actually works pretty well with 2D games. It requires some more knowledge on programmation than most of the listed options, but is also a bit more versatile due the same reason. And it uses both Java and C# for the coding, so I'm sure anyone with some basic programmation knowledge can get the hang of it quickly.

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