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    Late Start, Long Road Ahead.

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    April 19th, 2008 10:07 pm

    04-19-2008 11:30PM EST
    Hey all, I am JamesDM. I have never coded a line in my life. I have however worked with NegativeGeForce for quite a while, learning the ins and outs of game design. Through NGF I heard about Ludum Dare and decided I would give it a shot. I am downloading Python as I write this and will make an attempt to learn basic python, write and code a text adventure game before the deadline. This leaves me about 22.5 hours to complete this. Hopefully I can make the deadline and I hope to learn a thing or two and hopefully have alot of fun.

    04-19-2008 11:59PM EST
    Python is installed and I just finished skimming the documentation. I also outlined my game and have started working on the storyline.

    04-20-2008 12:58AM EST
    I’m still tossing around some ideas of how to use the minimalist theme to its full potential for this project. I went over some basic code with NGF and he helped me with some basic examples. Also, Dinner time…

    jdmfoodphoto

    And pre-game desk.

    jdmpregamedesk

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    2 Responses to “Late Start, Long Road Ahead.”

    1. negativegeforce says:

      you copied my corn dog idea >:O

      don’t underestimate this noob, he has IDEAS

    2. Dathgale says:

      Huh. Well. Learning your first programming language is -very hard-. So good luck. =)

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