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How to create games that run on windows, Linux, mac os x, android, ios, wp8 etc.... using c/c++, opengl 3 or 4 and opengl es 2.0. any tutorials or videos on how to create cross-platform 3d games.

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That is a very broad question. You should narrow it down to ask specifically about the problem you're facing when trying to make your game. – Byte56 Sep 7 '13 at 6:59

There is plenty of good OpenGL tutorials, but unfortunately it is not that easy to find a good tutorial resource for OpenGL that is not outdated...

However, I recently found a pretty good website that offer 17+ tutorials about OpenGL 3.3+. You can find it at the following address: http://www.opengl-tutorial.org

As explained in the first lesson, all tutorials can be built on Windows, Linux and Mac.

So, even if it doesn't covers all your requests, I guess it's a rather good start.

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+1 for the nice link, I hadn't seen that one yet. – RandyGaul Sep 7 '13 at 6:03
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There's also arcsynthesis.org/gltut if you really want to understand how things work at a more fundamental level. I have been using OpenGL for over 15 years and Direct3D for over a decade, and I still find myself pointing people to the diagrams on that site. The quality of the diagrams and clarity of a lot of fundamental concepts are better than a lot of print-only non-API related books I have on my shelf. For cross-platform development, you really want to learn the fundamentals rather than the implementation details of a specific API; you can do both with the right tutorials. – Andon M. Coleman Sep 7 '13 at 6:03
    
@AndonM.Coleman It's a very interesting website, and I didn't know it yet. So thank you very much for sharing this link. – Valkea Sep 7 '13 at 11:28

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