Yeah, what it says above, I want to start creating basic games now(at 15) so when I graduate in 2 years I can see if game programing is what I want to do. So any tips will be much appriciated
Most of us are using FreeBASIC right now. I recommend it as a first programming language. You can learn what you need to know to get started here : Getting Started with FreeBASIC and you can read some introductory tutorials here : Tutorials.
As it turns out, we've just started working on a FreeBASIC game called 10,000. I'm sure that you'll be welcome to join the team as a noob programmer / game designer once Phatty gets the design doc up to spec. You can see the game design document here : 10,000 Design Document.
In the meantime, if you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask them