Root6721145dI’d recommend PyGame for starting out (unless you dislike python), and Godot as you advance.
As you progress, you writing your own (small) game engine is also a good learning project.
Once you get better, either stick with Godot or your own, or move to a more advanced engine like Unity or UnrealEngine — though be aware that they require royalties when selling, and there is significant lock-in.
Pogromist245531dYeah, gml - where all started for me, i understood programming concepts, for loop, variables and so on.
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