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I suggest pick a game engine and start playing with it, read whatever you can, there are lots of gamedev books and online articles and tutorials. I particularly like reading postmortem articles on gamasutra for example as they give you a real-life perspective and what it took to get games done and you get a feel for the amount of work and expertise required for each type and size of game.

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