> Actually, DarkBasic is not a good program and I would not suggest using it. It is not even a comparable program/engine to something like Unity3D. It puts out bad code for one thing and your coding/scripting language learned in DarkBasic will NOT transfer over into other things. If you're going to put the work into a 3D game, you might as well make sure your learning isn't exclusive to that program. That way if you ever want to graduate to something else, you already know a language.
Languages do not put out bad code, bad programmers do. LOL
But actually Dark Basic can teach you the basics, loops, variables, really all the basics to get out a 3d game. Great way to lean cheep.
Depends on how it compiles/interprets it now doesn't it? In any case, it's slow, buggy and super limited. Also, this depends on which version of DB you're talking about. There's DB Pro too.
I could go on and on about why it's best to stay away from DB, but I won't. My advice is to not use it.