This is more accurate than I would like to admit! I do find the transition from programming to "game design" to be a difficult one. Some things I can make, but I just don't find fun afterwards. I'm mostly doing this as a hobby and will continue to dabble in things. Thanks so much for the insightful response!!!
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This is really great info!! Thanks a bunch for the reply. I have been looking to physical card and board games as a means to understand what it means to "find the fun" when it comes to game design, it's not as obvious as it is when I'm trying to learn a new programming language. I have been eyeing some game jams for a while and I need to make time to actually join one because I hear many people say how much great experience those are. Thanks again!!
Love the idea, love the atmosphere, love the execution. It feels puzzley and fresh, something that I've been looking for recently.
Currently looking to get into game design as a hobby. Any suggestions on where to start? Perhaps this isn't the appropriate place to post this. If so I will delete if able. I have experience in many programming languages, but am a bit of a script kiddie. I'm just a former programmer with a ton of ideas.
If I can help you out with anything as well let me know and I will see if I can help.