Beginning DirectX 11 Game Programming
Many of us wish to create our own video games. For some, gaming is a hobby, and
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Delphi Graphics and Game Programming Exposed The majority of the book is dedicated to the mechanics of creating a game in Delphi, and will therefore be concerned mainly with exactly how to do something, such as fast flicker-free animation. Some parts address more theoretical issues, such as game design, and are very light in their coverage. Other parts are at a more intermediate level,... Core Techniques and Algorithms in Game Programming
To even try to keep pace with the rapid evolution of game development, you need a strong foundation in core programming techniques-not a hefty volume on one narrow topic or one that devotes itself to API-specific implementations. Finally, there's a guide that delivers! As a professor at the Spanish university that offered...
C++ Programming for the Absolute Beginner (For the Absolute Beginner)
No experience required to Learn C++ Programming
If you are new to programming with C++ and are looking for a solid introduction, this is the reference for you. Developed by computer science professors, books in the for the Absolute Beginner series teach the principles of programming though simple game creating. You will...
Ultimate Game Programming with DirectX
Make your own games using DirectX 10 and C++ with Ultimate Game Programming with DirectX, Second Edition. Written for experienced programmers who want to learn DirectX 10 and how to apply it to game creation, this book goes in-depth with DirectX 10 and each of its subsystems. Every part of the gamedevelopment process is covered and you'll...
Inside Direct3D (Dv-Mps Inside)
With the introduction of Microsoft Windows 95, game developers had the opportunity to develop Windows-based games that were far more powerful than was possible with earlier versions of Windows. Even with this capability, however, accessing the multimedia hardware consistently and efficiently was no easy task—that is, until Microsoft...
DirectX9 User Interfaces: Design and Implementation With all books there is a “target” audience, and although the distinction between those suited and unsuited to this title is somewhat nebulous, I feel confident in advocating that readers wanting to learn more about DirectX and sensible user interface design, and who have a solid comprehension of Microsoft Visual C++, as well as a basic... Game Programming Gems 4 (Game Programming Gems Series) Uncover the secrets of the game industry's best programmers with the newest volume of the Game Programming Gems series With over 60 all new techniques, Game Programming Gems 4 continues to be the definitive resource for developers. Written by expert game developers who make today's amazing games, these articles not only provide quick solutions to... Learning XNA 3.0: XNA 3.0 Game Development for the PC, Xbox 360, and Zune Do you have what it takes to become a game developer? With this hands-on book, you'll learn quickly and easily how to develop computer games with Microsoft's XNA 3.0 framework-not just for your PC, but for Xbox 360 and the Microsoft Zune as well.
Written by an experienced university-level game development instructor, Learning...
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