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It's interesting that when you become an expert on something, you're not sparing any effort to see how something works, but rather you're focusing on creating something. And so everything becomes easier.
At this point of learning there is a glimpse of a low idea of creating a game, but the secret of all this is to keep it simple and to be very clear that a game is a game, and not an exact simulation of the real world. For example anyone who has a low idea of the red planet, will understand
Coming to the end of my prototype of a 3d game, and with background music by Hanz Zimmer ( Time ). I saw my progress in many aspects, always something to learn, always something to improve, I didn't intend to make a game, that has never been the goal.
Rather, the effort and dedication immeasurably, was to improve on something learned. And here I was with the powerful leadwerks engine, where his greatest power lay in making everything very easy.
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There is always something new to learn, and when my native language is not English, there is a way of learning called brute force, this leads to two things, first, you learn, and second a high percentage is learning to do things wrong, of course not always.
Today I had a kind of Eureka, I actually discovered how to properly implement the sliding joints to create springs for a vehicle, the point here is to get to understand how this should work and I think I've achieved it. In the end I'm le