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Making a game doesn't end with c++. it's only a part of it.

First you've to design the 3d environment , characters , visuals using good 3d animator softwares like Maya , 3ds max etc.. Then using C++ you shall build up logics for games.

Try to know that Making a game is not easy as you play it. It involves a lot of work,work,work.....

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