Hi everyone. This is my first post here, and I'm sure this won't be my last, but I'm having a slight dilemma. No, don't worry, I don't have some error compiling something, but I have a much more debatable, probably more fun to answer dilemma: About a year ago, I got into programming out of...boredom, curiosity, impulse, whatever. I started with C++ and have an intermediate knowledge of that. I then moved to Python a while later and got up to a pretty solid level with that, being able to deal with OOP concepts quite well. Recently I've started to learn Objective-C and am reading a couple books on Mac OS X development. My dilemma is...I've always wanted to get into game programming, but don't know how I can combine my basic understanding of C/C++, my knowledge of Python and my [hopefully future] familiarity with Objective-C into something useful. I've read about PyObjC, and eventually i think that would be ideal for me to program with. However, I have no idea how to go about programming a game in either Python or Objective-C from scratch. I assume I need some toolkits of sorts, and for macs I reckon those are hard to find. I just don't know what to do. Any idea where I go from here??