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HeroEngine Developers => Developer Introductions => Topic started by: Joseph-B on Dec 05, 16, 03:50:05 AM

Title: University of Suffolk
Post by: Joseph-B on Dec 05, 16, 03:50:05 AM
Hello all,

I am a Computer Games Programming student from the University of Suffolk, me and four other members of this course are now using HeroEngine for one of the modules on our course. We all have experience in Unity, C# and C++ programming. Learning HeroEngine and HSL is a new experience for us all!
    Our end goal is to build a  simple small multi-player game using HeroEngine (almost something similar to Garry's Mod Prop Hunt). We're all still currently learning the engine and HSL but are approaching development on our game.

Hopefully we'll all be around on the forums! Thanks for reading, have a good day!
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: Prometheus2012 on Dec 05, 16, 03:20:59 PM
Great. Welcome to the community.

Any problems just post the details up on here or you can join us over in the skype group for live chat support.

Have fun and good luck :)
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: Elliot_D on Dec 12, 16, 05:03:43 AM
Hi everyone,

My name is Elliot and I am another student of UoS, glad to meet you all.

Elliot
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: Amarak on Dec 12, 16, 08:40:50 AM
Welcome to the wonderful world of HeroEngine! It is really an amazing tool for collaborative game development. :)
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: HE-SARRENE on Dec 12, 16, 12:06:03 PM
Hello there! I am a little late, but wanted to welcome both of you! I am excited to see what you all are able to come up with!
- Sarrene'
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: nocake on Dec 12, 16, 12:11:33 PM
Hey guys,

Welcome to the community, this platform is amazing for collaboration. I think you will find this engine to be the easiest solution to get up and running in no time.

If you are using discord you can drop in my HE channel as well: https://discord.gg/0151gfyM2xwEIkUL1

While this community is active on Skype I would like to get them to start using something more adequate for our needs.

Drop in and ask me questions anytime.
Title: Re: University of Suffolk
Post by: Amanda_Brooks on Dec 12, 16, 05:26:44 PM
With the whole backend being built into the engine, as long as you've got coding and art ability on your team, it's a question of when, not if, you get some form of game done, so it's an excellent engine for students to use.