C++ OpenGL 3D Game Tutorial Series is a YouTube Tutorial Series,
whose purpose is to help all those who want to take their first steps in the game development from scratch.
In this series you'll learn how to create an OpenGL 3D Game Demo, starting from the creation of a Window by using Win32 API
to the making of all the necessary sub-systems in order to achieve a complete 3D Game, like
- OpenGL 3D Graphics Engine
- Input System
For any questions, doubts or clarifications about the
C++ OpenGL 3D Game Tutorial Series, you can join the discord server, where you can meet other users or developers like you.
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You can find the license here.
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The development includes both the making of video tutorials and the writing of the code.
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That means you can do whatever you want with the code available in this repository. The only conditions to meet are:
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