Python is a simple language to start with, and if you’re looking for a quick win in your quest to master all coding languages (the Ultimate Quest!), Python is a good place to start.
To get any value out of the game-making side of Python tutorials, you need to first be familiar with some core concepts of Python. The best way to learn those is through the more mundane functions of Python. By mundane we just mean not relating to games.
I’ve compiled a list of the most useful Python content. This list includes basic Python elements and those that guide you on a game-building journey.
It helps if you know some programming language before diving into game-making, even if it isn’t necessarily the Python language.
As you go through these tutorials, you will consistently see claims toward how easy Python is to use.
These are best if you have no coding or programming language experience. I recommend learning Python before jumping to Python Game development because it will likely make your passage to competency a much smoother one.
If you’re a quick learner and you’ve done programming before, you could probably manage to jump to game development. If it’s too hard, you can always rain check your Python lessons and hit the Python basics introductory lessons.
Ultimately, the choice is yours. Mastering programming languages don’t need to be a sprint. If you think long term, you’ll realize you have time to do it all. Take it one piece at a time, and absorb the language.
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