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I have to make a game in .net

The game is like Ladder & Snake game, there will be a dice. on rolling a dice the user will move from 1 to 100. And there will be a snake which will pull down the user & Ladder will pull him up.

I have not done game programming before. I am confused where to start from.

Please give me some suggestion where to start from, and how to make the game, on which language. I only have vwd 2005 & vwd 2008 installed on my machine with sql server.

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You may want to take a look at XNA Game Studio: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb200104.aspx

I don't have any experience with it, so I don't know if it does what you want....

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Hi,

I studied the XNA game studio & also installed it. It's for creating console Games.

Now the plan has changed, I am making it on html 5 (which i am yet to learn).

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According to the site I linked to:

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XNA Game Studio 4.0 is a programming environment that allows you to use Visual Studio to create games for Windows Phone, the Xbox 360 console, and Windows-based computers.
is XNA for more than just the console.

Anyway, good luck with the HTML 5 project.

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Hi Imar,

I have just started reading your book BEGINNING ASP.NET 3.5 IN C# & VB , Superb book, the language is simple & easily understandable. Until now whatever i have read, i have understood each & every bit of it.

Great Work...!!

I have also read the book ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming - Problem-Design-Solution, And i hardly understood anything, Personally i didn't like the book at all. The Beerhouse site example is great.
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Thank you. Have fun with the rest of the book.

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Snakes and Ladders, also commonly referred to as Chutes and Ladders, is a board game in which players try to move their game pieces across a game board with 100 spaces. Certain spaces are marked by a ladder that can be climbed to jump ahead, while others have a snake or a chute that sends the player who lands on it back several spaces
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