Game Maker Studio Vs ........

Discussion in 'Game Development (Technical)' started by minthiha, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. minthiha

    minthiha New Member

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    I want to ask one. Should I start with Game Maker Studio for mobile. I have experience with Game Maker 8 and 8.1. So give me any advice should I start with Game Maker Studio or other SDK like Marmalade, Unity, Flash, Cocos2D and etc. I want to start an indie game studio with an artist. Thank you ...
     
  2. Octopod

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    IMHO Maybe one interesting start would be for you to take a look at these technologies and ask you what is your goal (a specific game idea? creating a studio? making money?) and then between all those technologies decide which one fits your needs.
    "What's your plan" wight guide you better than people explaining the pro/cons of each possible choice. Don't you think ?
    So what's your goal ?

    EDIT : you may be interested with this thread : http://forums.indiegamer.com/showthread.php?30479-Mobile-Cross-Platform-Development
     
  3. minthiha

    minthiha New Member

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    Thanks bro, I want to start a small studio with my brother, an artist and want to sell these game at Apps store and other mobile store. I want to make for mobile only, so I want to start with my expert tool Game Maker Studio. Should I start with it. I'm also good skill in C++. It is suitable for other SDK. What I choice for my studio?....
     
  4. Nexic

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    You answered your own question. If you like working with Game Maker and fulfils your needs, then use Game Maker.
     

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