Python,Pygame, Blender and SIO2... will those be good enough?

Nibbie
Posts: 2
Joined: 2008.11
Post: #1
Hello all,

Thank you so much for this great place.
I've been visiting you for the last month or so, and I learned a lot.

Well, I'm about to start simple games development for iPhone. I've read a lot of resources mentioned here and other forums.

C, Obj-c, and Cocoa...the whole lot.

I have a fair knowledge (Php,Perl, MySql,....) Web programing in general.

My platform/machine is
iMac Intel/ Leopard 10.5 ( Brand new one Smile )

My question is:
Using Pythone, Pygame, Blender and SIO2 and others (SDL for example) , Will I be able to create some simple 2 or 3 D games for iPhone?

If the answer is Yes, I'm a little confused why?
Because i think of creating a game in these steps
1- Blender and its GE
2- Export using SIO2 to iPhone SDK (xCode, IB..etc)
3- Adding/changing the necessary code.

Those steps, are they wrong?

If the answer is NO, So; what are my choices?

There are a lot of tools out there, and selecting the right one is hard, and it depends on each one (taste of programing).

Thank you so much for reading.
Taher
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Apprentice
Posts: 14
Joined: 2008.10
Post: #2
gold911t Wrote:Hello all,

Thank you so much for this great place.
I've been visiting you for the last month or so, and I learned a lot.

Well, I'm about to start simple games development for iPhone. I've read a lot of resources mentioned here and other forums.

C, Obj-c, and Cocoa...the whole lot.

I have a fair knowledge (Php,Perl, MySql,....) Web programing in general.

My platform/machine is
iMac Intel/ Leopard 10.5 ( Brand new one Smile )

My question is:
Using Pythone, Pygame, Blender and SIO2 and others (SDL for example) , Will I be able to create some simple 2 or 3 D games for iPhone?

If the answer is Yes, I'm a little confused why?
Because i think of creating a game in these steps
1- Blender and its GE
2- Export using SIO2 to iPhone SDK (xCode, IB..etc)
3- Adding/changing the necessary code.

Those steps, are they wrong?

If the answer is NO, So; what are my choices?

There are a lot of tools out there, and selecting the right one is hard, and it depends on each one (taste of programing).

Thank you so much for reading.
Taher

Sorry nobody's answered your question yet. It's probably because nobody knows the answer. Thanks for the tip on SIO2, that looks very cool!
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Nibbie
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Joined: 2008.11
Post: #3
Hi,
Thanks for the reply.

I'll give it a try today..and see how the result.

I'll post later on..
T
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