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Thinking about making my own video game

I've recently been looking for free games which will let me test my audio system to the fullest however there are not many, seems the rights to include better songs in games are usually 'bought' by the game developing company from the artist.

Anyway this had me thinking a bit and I though that I would like to make my own video game with sounds and stuff like that. I know how to make cool songs actually, and have used FL Studio, but im not too good at making games, thats what I would like to learn.

Do you guys know how to start? Ive been learning programming in C++ recently just for this purpose but dont know if it will help.
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I've recently been looking for free games which will let me test my audio system to the fullest however there are not many, seems the rights to include better songs in games are usually 'bought' by the game developing company from the artist.

Anyway this had me thinking a bit and I though that I would like to make my own video game with sounds and stuff like that. I know how to make cool songs actually, and have used FL Studio, but im not too good at making games, thats what I would like to learn.

Do you guys know how to start? Ive been learning programming in C++ recently just for this purpose but dont know if it will help.
You don't need to know hardcore C++ programming to make games anymore.
I'd look into Unity if you want to lean more towards scripting your games, as it uses C# (C "sharp").
If you are more interested in visual programming, Unreal Engine might be more your style, as it has more nodal structure.
Both have TONS of free tutorials online which I encourage you to explore.

Good luck in your endeavours!
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