In this clip, I talk about how I learned how to make video games. It was a process of trial and error, and learning was done through web resources and books. It doesn’t take a genius, and anyone who tells you that is either trying to promote themselves or doesn’t understand the learning process. Truthfully, anyone can learn to build games if they really want to. If you want to learn to make your own games, I provide a 4 step process that will take you from start to finish… multiple times. If this content helped you, make sure to subscribe 🙂 We highly suggest you leave us any comments or feedback that would aid in bettering the production of these tutorials. Additionally, subscribing to us will help us to better engage you (the audience) such that we can improve our tutorials even further!

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