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Hi Guys and gals,

How quickly do you think it will be for a novice application person like myself to get to grips with xcode and create a game. I've worked with and used both windows and applmac for twenty years and am an AV technician but deal with all sorts. I've made websites and other things so not afraid to learn new software. do you think I can do it?

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Sure you can do it. Anyone can do anything as long as they put the time and effort in and read up on the subject.
xcode is a complicated piece of software, just don't let it daunt you when you first use it.
It will take a while to get used to the software and learn it all. Time-wise, really depends how quick a learner you are and how much time you put into it

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Hi Simon,

Thanks for that. I agree anyine can do anything if you put the effort in. I've always managed to get my head around anything software wise. I have it on my machine and have the use of an intel mac at my place of work (when not working) so will see what I can do. I have an idea for a game. i'll keep you all posted.
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Let us know when it's complete too so we can all download it

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