I'm actually an industrial systems developer with knowledge of .NET C# and VB.NET, C/C++, Delphi, and an intermediate knowledge of 80286 Intel assembly language.
I would be interested to learn how to develop games while taking as fully as possible advantage of my already acquired experience.
My first objective is to learn the differences between management and game software development so that I may make my mind up as to what is important to think about as a game developer.
Any hint as to where to start to learn is appreciated, such as game writing tutorials, the kind of "Hello World!" program, if I may say.
Besides, these following tutorials were found while "googling":
- C++ Game Programming;
- C and C++ Programming Games and Entertainment Tutorials;
- C++ Game Programming Resource Center;
- Creating a game in C++.
Are they any good?
The answer that will have guided me the most will be accepted. Thanks for your help! =)