Game Developing Software?

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Okay, so… I’m a total newb when it comes to making games. I mean, kindergarten-level, know-nothing total beginner.

But I know what I like and I’d like to see more of it. I have some available cash and, since I’m on disability while looking for work, NOTHING BUT free time. I mean… I’m also taking piano lessons, but practice is the only other thing on my calendar for the foreseeable future.

My question is, what would be good, robust software to use that isn’t too limiting (I don’t want to get to the point of making Atari-style games and then realize I need better software to advance) but doesn’t have too intense a learning curve.

I don’t mind asking questions somewhere if I don’t understand something, but I also don’t quite have the head to learn an entire coding language from the ground up.


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Oh, fascinating… there’s more information available than I’d first expected. Looks like my best bet would be to sign up for the student edition of creative cloud. Exciting!