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    Hi.

    I'd like to start creating and developing my own smartphone games.

    At first, I'd like to create some very simple ones - such as flappy birds. I'd like to progress on and eventually incorporate multiplayer and create a complex virtual reality based game, similar to the level of Pokemon Go.

    Where would you recommend I start? What programming language(s) and environment should I become familiar with in order to achieve my goals?

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Hi.

    I'd like to start creating and developing my own smartphone games.

    At first, I'd like to create some very simple ones - such as flappy birds. I'd like to progress on and eventually incorporate multiplayer and create a complex virtual reality based game, similar to the level of Pokemon Go.

    Where would you recommend I start? What programming language(s) and environment should I become familiar with in order to achieve my goals?

    Thanks.
    Depends on the smartphones operating system. i don't know the exact ones for i phones only know that java is used for android phones.

    however once you have found out which Language is used. you can then find the IDE's *integrated development environment to start to make them.

    java has a fair few from netbeans to eclipse mars to Intellij(jetbrains) and so on.
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    Here you'll find a great info on how to develop mobile apps and games - http://www.templatemonster.com/blog/ . So, if you plan to become a mobile game developer, this blog is just for you.
 
 
 
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