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I'm not a developer, I wandered here by clicking around on the internet... Where should I start?

Hi guys

Like the title says, I'm not an established developer. I am a lurker who found this place. I'd like to spend some time tinkering with the unreal engine.

Of course, I have ideas for video games -- but I have no programming experience. Should I go somewhere else to learn how to program before coming back here to contribute to all the specific technical questions being asked?

Thank you

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asked Feb 22 '19 at 12:42 PM in Everything Else

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all you need to do is really just familiarize yourself with the editor for a little bit, then follow this playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M3S3eiJK5I&list=PLL0cLF8gjBpqDdMoeid6Vl5roMl6xJQGC∈dex=1

Feel free to go off course and do your own thing.

Hope that helps.

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answered Feb 22 '19 at 01:05 PM

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avatar image ThompsonN13 Feb 22 '19 at 01:53 PM

theres several beginner playlists on the unreal engine youtube channel too. thats where i started out.

avatar image Nebula Games Inc Feb 22 '19 at 07:07 PM

Nope! Just YouTube and reading documentation. The above link is a good source of tutorials, I found it helpful when I was starting out, along with some other people. As someone who also came from a non-programming background you may find these tutorials also helpful as I go over the basics of creating game play mechanics but focus more on the logic and the reason behind what I am doing, which I would have found helpful early on in my learning.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyu-W38DvZhqByAoeva1jewB5s78zQHIy

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