Is this the correct walkthrough of developing my game?
Hello community!!! Before I go on I want to apologize for all my past questions. I know I can be a Hassel at times, I'm just an eager learner. And with being a full time student, working a full time job, I don't have days and days to look up and research the proper tutorials I need. So hopefully you can understand.
But my question down to simplest terms and basically it's just a correct me if I'm wrong type question.
I just want to know if this is the correct process to developing, package and deploy my game (it's going to be a multiplayer real time battle game between other players and friends)
Step 1 - create the game, blueprint including server based logic as in life's, in app purchases, levels and player information: and functions only clients need to know.
Step 2- test for failures and debug
Step 3- purchase/rent a server. Select the server exe file to send and store in the server. Select the client exe file and send to google play store.
Step 4- download and play my own game and advertise it.
Is this correct, or am I on the totally wrong dark path??
Thank you again for all advice and answers!!!
asked Jun 03 '16 at 12:38 AM in Using UE4
Thats a very Dark Path you walk on. You Simplified it down so much that a 10-year old should be able to pump out a Multiplayer Game. Sry to tell you but there is no Fast way you, have to Invest Time in Research. Research is a HUGE part of a Developers daily routine.
Research the needs of your Game and please start smaller do a simple game first from start to finish. As simple as classic Mario, Bomberman and without Networking (thats complicated enough on its own) to get a feel how long a simple Game takes and what you need to make it.
If you cant find time you wont get anywhere sry. Making Games takes time.
answered Jun 03 '16 at 01:32 AM
really depends on the type of game you want to develop. not for nothing people study years just to dominate one part of software developing. cellphone sudoku, "find and touch a ballon" or snake can take you 1 day to make, if you want to do something worthy of playing, it will take you even years.
now i dont want to scare you. im no expert, and i really REALLY wish i get somewhere on the future, but i already accepted the fact that this is a path where a lot of people quit and fail. so many times i have felt im too stupid for this, but then i keep going and the feeling when i acomplish a goal, cant be explained.
this channel in youtube talks about very good concepts of game development. i wish i actually saw this one video the first i day i started.
answered Jun 03 '16 at 01:51 AM
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