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FAQ:How Do I Become A Developer

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|question=How do I become a Funtoo developer?
|answer=This really doesn’t belong a in any challengeFirst, well probably #discussion If you we want tips or create a successful game, read this! I’ve also made a little guide to making the game for you: Step 1 - Game IdeaMaking a game idea is easy, but many people over think it. You would need to know what it would be, how it would go, the certain order things move in, and would players have fun. Like I said above, get a popular game and make it your own, flood escape + parkour, flood-kour!VERY IMPORANT: IF YOU WOULDNT HAVE FUN MAKING THE GAME, DONT DO IT!!! Why make a boring game and spend time into it? That’s just bland. Step 2 - QuestionsYou need to plan a game out, what would it be, would it get you any revenue? Would it get popular, what do I add to make it mind-blowing? These are just some of the few questions that many ask before creating a game. Step 2 - Rough DraftThere are two ways to doing this Way 1Get a pencil and paper, sketch out the layout and blue orient of your build. Join some ROBLOX games, take kailbreak for example, you would want to make jailbreak 2.0. You would take some thing from the game, add it into your sketch, and give it a you style! Way 2Do the above, but instead of using pen and paper, you could make rough drafts on ROBLOX, it would take longer, but it might increase your skill, in building, scripting, what ever you doFuntoo Linux userStep 3 - Game Idea FeedbackNow this step Funtoo Linux is very risky and many developers do this after they make a game. You could ask people for there opinions on your game idea and blueprints, but like I said, it’s risky, if someone really likes the idea, they can steal it and make the game before youproject run by usersStep 4 - Making the gameMaking the game isn’t going to just happen overnight, if it does, that means you didn’t try. Depending on what the game is, it could take up to a year! That’s highly unlikely, but I’ve seen games that have taken up to that. Maybe, a game could take 3-4 weeks. If it takes that long, that means you put effort. Step 5 - Playing/TestingYou would want to maybe post your game link somewhere popular and gets some people to test your game out with you! Step 6 - Enjoy the Game.You’ve finished, now you can take a break and relax!
Then, see [[Contributing|Contributing]].
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