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11-08-2012, 10:15 AM
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For iPhone, you'll have to use Objective-C to develop the game, not C++. If you don't know how to program in Obj-C, or any other language and aren't familiar with programming concepts like OOP (Object Oriented Programming) or MVC (Model View Controller) design patterns, then it's not trivial to do much for the iPhone.
You can purchase some books and learn Obj-C, iOS and game development but that usually takes a while to learn and even longer if you don't already have a background in other programming languages.
Take a look at Cocos2d which is a Obj-C game framework for iOS that allows you to create games pretty nicely and there are some simple games listed here
with full source code that you can take a look at and learn from..
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