It's good your working on programming, but do take it slow. I can tell your eager, and that's very good, but you will set yourself up for failure if you go too fast.
Also if your planning on doing a big game like this, throw out BGT, and learn a real language. There are many good ones out there, python, c# (pronounced c sharp), and if you want something that looks like BGT code c++. C++ isn't exactly beginner friendly, but it can be done.
Personally I would recommend c# or python, since they are the simplest to learn, python especially. And because of a neat new editor I discovered, called EdSharp, the indentation aspect won't confuse you. Here is the EdSharp github page , it's simple to setup, whether your using JAWS or NVDA. And then go to python site , and get your python version, I would recommend 3 rather than 2.
What has been created in the laws of nature holds true in the laws of magic as well. Where there is light, there is darkness, and where there is life, there is also death.
Aerodyne: first of the wizard order