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Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creator’s Guide: An Introduction to XNA Game Programming By Stephen Cawood

Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creator’s Guide: An Introduction to XNA Game Programming
by Stephen Cawood

A guide to designing full-featured video games with Microsoft's development platform for Xbox 360 and Windows. It explains the fundamentals of game design, and covers various features of the XNA game-development platform. It helps you learn how to create 3-D models and control them with code as well as how to custom-program a game engine.

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A complete guide to designing full-featured video games with Microsoft's new free development platform for Xbox 360 and Windows. Creating and sharing games is now within everyone's reach! Ideal for anyone who wants to take advantage of all the powerful game-development tools available in Microsoft XNA, this hands-on guide explains the fundamentals of great game design and offers examples that are easy, exciting, and effective. Written by game design experts, "Microsoft XNA Game Studio Express Creator's Guide" covers all the features of the XNA game-development platform. You will learn how to create 3-D models and control them with code as well as how to custom-program a game engine, add animations, launch projectiles, and add lighting and special effects. By the end of the book, you will be able to create playable games for Xbox or the PC.

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GOR001621292
Microsoft XNA Game Studio Creator’s Guide: An Introduction to XNA Game Programming
Stephen Cawood
Used - Very Good
Paperback
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
2007-06-25
480
007149071X
9780071490719
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