Originally Posted by davidthefat
Good for you bro, thats the way you should do it. Honestly I ask for help as the last resort. That is what I want people to be doing; trying to solve the problem first before asking for help. I congratulate you for doing that; thank you.
Come on though, the part you quoted from me is common sense. If one is not an artist; he needs to practice to be an artist. Same goes for programming; one can not make a game without programming. So if making a game alone is the goal, learn to program. Easy as that.
This infuriates me beyond all belief. The thing is, you do not
need to know how to program to design a fantastic game. There are dozens of fantastic games produced in various versions of RPG Maker that use only the functions that the program can do on its own.
Don't get me wrong here, I'm all for learning how to program, but if you have no interest in becoming a professional then why should you have to learn something so complicated just for your hobby?