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AppGameKit Classic Chat / [SOLVED] Hello, new member

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Joined: 10th Apr 2019
Location: France
Posted: 11th Aug 2019 13:12
Hello, my name is Olivier. i'm French.
Sorry, sorry, my English is awful.
I started using AppGameKit seven months ago. I'm working on a Brick Breaker game, and and SpaceShooter

i'm 45. My experience with code is pretty old (Turbopascal and little programs on CASIO calculators ). Recently i had a little bit fun with Game Maker...but that's all.
i'm not a developer ; it was very hard to learn again a langage after all this time. It is still difficult. My progress are very slow.

I should be very happy to find others french users here ! It would be fantastic if I could find, even a little french guide for AGK.

Thank for read me

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Joined: 3rd Jul 2016
Location: Laniakea Supercluster
Posted: 12th Aug 2019 22:16
Hey man,

welcome to the forum

You will find some French coders here.
AGK is very powerful and easy to learn/use, so you can do some pretty impressive stuff without having much experience.
Also try to play around with the example codes.

Have fun!

Coders don't die, they just gosub without return
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Location: Essex, UK
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 02:06
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Location: Adelaide
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 02:36
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Welcome FrenchAGK, there are other users that speak French for example

here is a thread of a game being developed by another French speaking user (correct me if im wrong)

but we do like to keep the forums in English because most people speak English
and its more likely to get help and support from other users that way. Also
easier for the majority to understand

I wish you all the best in developing your AppGameKit applications and if you need any help
along the way don't be afraid to ask
fubarpk on Itch...………...
fubarpk on googleplay..
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Joined: 1st Jan 2014
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 09:07
Welcome! Wow that brings back memories - programming a Casio!!!! I had one of the early mini computer things from Casio (full keyboard) and used to programme games! Loved it!!!!!

Welcome to the forum and don’t apologise for you English - it’s great!
Using Tier 1 AppGameKit V2
Started coding with AMOS (Thanks Francois Lionet)
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Joined: 10th Apr 2019
Location: France
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 13:50
Thanks all of you for your answers. Thank You fubarpk for the link
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Joined: 10th Apr 2019
Location: France
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 16:44
Two Previews of my projects


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Joined: 10th Apr 2019
Location: France
Posted: 13th Aug 2019 17:32
Sprites, objects and background are drawn with Krita and Blender
Conjured Entertainment
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Joined: 12th Sep 2005
Location: Nirvana
Posted: 14th Aug 2019 13:23
Greetings, and welcome to the forums.

Your previews look good. You are in the right place for a new start in programming. A lot of us started a long time ago with other languages, and AppGameKit is one of the best tools available for any programmer to develop applications for mobiles and PCs. Have fun!

Coding things my way since 1981 -- Currently using AppGameKit V2 Tier 1

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