>Um i dont know i posted this in the right place
>cold u help me out please
If by "help" you mean "do it for me", no. If you really do mean "help" as in "I can do most of it, but I have some questions", we can most certainly help. Right now it looks a lot like the former though, so perhaps you should actually ask a question pertaining to the project and not just if we can help.
>Dude look i just whana make the same game
I believe you. But I think it's impossible for you right now. If you want to twist that into some fantasy where I don't like the idea or I'm out to get you, so be it. Just watch the attitude when you ask for help from others. More often than not, the answer isn't what you expected or wanted.
>nvm if u dont like the idea
I just think you're being unrealistic. You want to do something but have no clue how to do it and no experience with similar projects. Nobody starts out like that. They start by making smaller projects and build on their experience to make better ones.
>uhhh so much to read
You're bored right? So you have nothing better to do, and improving yourself is a productive activity. Besides, if you're unwilling to read that guide, you wouldn't last long enough to write this game project that you don't care about or know how to start. :icon_rolleyes:
your communications skills don't help, and your attitude only makes it worse.
Why should anyone help you when you write in such abysmal English (bad enough that it must be deliberate) and get agressive towards anyone who says anything you don't like?
if you're unwilling to read that guide, you wouldn't last long enough to write this game project that you don't care about or know how to start. :icon_rolleyes:
that's true...i started to learn game programming a few weeks ago. i had little past experience with C++ through the years & even though i know enough to make sense of how to program games it's not that easy, takes time & dedication. if you don't love programming you won't make it past the first few months
why should you not? But no, you don't need to speak PERFECT English.
But something better than the gibberish you seem to think passes for it is certainly a requirement to be able to communicate effectively in an international community.
And indeed, with an attitude like yours you're not welcome here.
>why shold ispeak PERFECT English when im from Europe/Estonia?
You didn't bother to read that guide, did you? Allow me to give you a quote:
If you are asking questions in a forum that does not use your native language, you will get a limited amount of slack for spelling and grammar errors — but no extra slack at all for laziness (and yes, we can usually spot that difference).
>i guess im not welcomed in this forum
I guess not. If you can't take a little heat for being a goober without switching to whiny baby mode, you wouldn't have lasted long around here anyway. We have a low tolerance for fools.
Well im Sorry if im Like That its not My Felt That i was Bornd like That
Well! Everyone out here is to learn something from other who know or may be by collaboration. But with this attitude you are not going anywhere. So if you really have the instinct to learn then learn to be humble first, atleast when you are seeking help.