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Author: Heather Maxwell Chandler
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Written by veterans who are currently working in the game industry, Fundamentals of Game Development is unique because it provides the practical aspects of the processes involved in developing and completing game projects. Using examples and exercises, this book provides a hands-on approach that walks the reader through the entire process of developing a game from concept to completion. Ideal for introductory game development and game production courses the book covers history, game genre, design, story-telling, character creation, pre-production, code release, career descriptions, and more.
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Author: Juwal Bose
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
This is a practical, project-based guide that will help the reader to build Isometric, turn-based games using Starling. If you are an ActionScript developer and want to create cross-platform games with Starling, this book is for you. The FlagDefense game covers some complex topics in game development which are beneficial even for those who are already creating games with Starling. Prior knowledge of Starling will help, but is not necessary.
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Author: William McAllister
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
This is a Java textbook for beginning programmers that uses game programming as a central pedagogical tool to improve student engagement, learning outcomes, and retention. Game programming is incorporated into the text in a way that does not compromise the amount of material traditionally covered in a basic or advanced programming course and permits instructors who are not familiar with game programming and computer graphics concept to realize their advantages. The material presented in the book is in full compliance with the 2013 ACM/IEEE computer science curriculum guidelines and provides an in-depth discussion of graphical user interfaces (GUIs). It has been used to teach programming to student whose majors are both within and outside of the computing fields. The companion DVD includes a game environment that is easily integrated into projects created with the popular Java Development Environments (Eclipse, NetBeans, and JCreator) and includes a set of executable student games to pique students’ interest by giving them a glimpse into their future capabilities. The material in this book can be covered within one or two courses such as a basic programming course followed by an advanced programming course. Features: Uses an objects-early approach to learning Java. Follows the 2013 ACM/IEEE computer science curriculum guidelines Integrates game programming as central pedagogical tool to improve student engagement, learning outcomes, and retention Includes a companion DVD with projects created with the popular Java Development Environments; also includes a set of executable games, source code, and figures Uses working programs to illustrate concepts under discussion Complete instructor’s resource package available upon adoption
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Author: Rina Dechter
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming, CP 2000, held in Singapore in September 2000. The 31 revised full papers and 13 posters presented together with three invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from 101 submissions. All current issues of constraint processing, ranging from theoretical and foundational issues to applications in various fields are addressed.
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Author: Cornelius Lanczos
Publisher: Courier Corporation
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Author: Michael E. Moore
Publisher: Delmar Pub
Written in a non-technical manner, Game Development Essentials: Game Industry Career Guide is a valuable asset for anyone looking for a job, not only in the game industry but also in any field requiring technical expertise and creative talent. Not only does it discuss what skills game companies need, it also gives extensive advice and insights on writing a solid r?sum?, building a portfolio that will attract game companies, and preparing for telephone and personal interviews.
Furnishes a valuable compilation of core techniques and algorithms used to code computer and video games, coverin such topics as code design, data structures, design patters, AI, scripting engines, network programming, 2D programming, 3D ...
Author: Daniel Sanchez-crespo
Publisher: New Riders
Furnishes a valuable compilation of core techniques and algorithms used to code computer and video games, coverin such topics as code design, data structures, design patters, AI, scripting engines, network programming, 2D programming, 3D pipelines, and texture mapping and furnishing code samples in C++ and Open GL and DirectX APIs. Original. (Advanced)
Author: Emanuele Feronato
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
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Author: Jonathan S. Harbour
Publisher: Course Technology Ptr
Game Programming All in One, Third Edition gives aspiring game programmers the skills that are needed to create professional-quality games. If you have a working knowledge of C or C++ and are ready to expand your skills into the field of game programming, then get ready to begin your journey with this latest edition! You won't cover the topic of programming in general, but rather the specifics of programming for games. Using the cross-platform Allegro game library, you'll learn how to write complete games that will run on almost any operating system. Both Windows© and Linux© screenshots are displayed throughout. Using the techniques taught within this book and the tools included on the CD-ROM, you'll be able to write standard Windows and DirectX© programs without the cost of an expensive compiler.
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Author: Rudy von Bitter Rucker
Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman
This book solves the dilemma of wanting to learn Windows-based sorfware engineering without knowing Windows programming. The basics in Windows programming are explained alongside ideas of object-oriented sortware engineering. (Midwest).
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Author: K.H. Erickson
Publisher: K.H. Erickson
Game Theory: A Simple Introduction offers an accessible and enjoyable guide to the basic principles and extensive applications of game theory. Understand a game matrix, the prisoners’ dilemma, dominant and mixed strategies, zero-sum games, Pareto efficiency, the Nash equilibrium, and the power of asymmetric information. Calculate payoffs and outcomes in games involving characters such as Jack and Jill, or Frodo and Gollum. Look at the effects of altruism and hatred on games, and see how games can change over time. Explore examples looking at gang members, free riders, global governance, a long-term relationship, competing corporations, advertisers and their customers, along with familiar hawk-dove and chicken games. See game players use every trick in the book to get what they want, with over 50 images to guide through the steps they use to play the game.
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Author: Dirk Henkemans
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Demonstrates C++ programming basics.