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Book Recommendations??? I'm finishing up Dawson's "Beginning C++ Through Game Programming." I'm in the process of looking for another book that focuses on game programming, but w/so many out there, I really don't know which direction to head. I'm contemplating either "... 
Posted October 27, 2009 2:04:28 AM
Boxing Game -- Open Source Does anyone know of any existing Open Source Boxing games with the source code available? 2D or 3D, doesn't matter. I want to see how the code is laid out, classes defined, functions, etc. The code exercises, in the various textbooks, I'm learning fr... 
Posted October 10, 2009 5:16:10 AM
Game Demo Design I'm in the process of designing a FPS game -- writing (more like revising) the design doc and sketching out some character, building & vehicle concepts. It occurred to me during this process, why make the entire game by yourself -- get help & reduce... 
Posted September 13, 2008 2:35:14 AM
C++ Workshop I noticed that there was a C++ workshop sometime back. Anyone know if another is forthcoming? I'm new to C++ and would love to learn more, especially game programming for the novice C++ programmer. Thanks, Mav 
Posted August 24, 2008 2:58:07 AM
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Book Recommendations??? Thanks. I'll look into both of Luna's books. Appreciate the recommendation. 
Posted October 27, 2009 2:23:51 AM
Boxing Game -- Open Source Boxing, street fighter, etc. Think Mike Tyson, etc. Yes, beat'em up one to one type games. I am interested in the game play mechanics, as well as the low level functionality. Thanks, Mav. 
Posted October 10, 2009 9:15:03 PM
Game Demo Design Kest/Puck: Thanks for your input. My thought here is to develop something that would generate interest from potential developers/artists/programmers to come on board and work toward completing a viable (and perhaps sellable)game. The tech and... 
Posted September 13, 2008 11:38:45 PM
Monday, April 2, 2007 Cool. So I'm on on the right track here. Is this a workshop for the software Freehand or a workshop on learning and improving hands-on drawing skills? I didn't find a post describing the previous workshop contents. 
Posted September 11, 2008 6:17:11 AM
An attempt to start a team.(any experience is welcome) Bottnot: In retrospect, and after mulling it over, I am being overtly analytical -- blame it on working on business and IT projects. I see your point about making the game project a "chalk board" team, thereby giving everyone the opportu... 
Posted September 11, 2008 6:04:17 AM
Monday, April 2, 2007 Oluseyi: What is the current status of this workshop? Can we anticipate a start date in early 2009? Maveryck 
Posted September 10, 2008 9:20:32 PM
An attempt to start a team.(any experience is welcome) Quote:Original post by d000hg He explicitly stated it's a 2D game, and implied it would be fairly small. A single artist could easily take that on... I was actually thinking taking on 3 extra coders was too many... 3 coders in total would... 
Posted September 10, 2008 5:56:07 PM
An attempt to start a team.(any experience is welcome) Neveza: Not to be a putz here, but it is difficult for anyone to volunteer their time on a game development project without any idea as to what type of game you want to develop or what the project entails. You need a game plan, at the ver... 
Posted September 10, 2008 9:14:42 AM
Am I to old to start? Quote:Original post by mich4elp That's not necessarily true... you brain can make connections better when you are younger, I think that the age that the brain stops is when you are around 20. You can still make connections and pathways in your b... 
Posted September 10, 2008 6:07:25 AM
Suggest a new language for me to learn? To quote a former President: Quote: I feel your pain... I am in the process of moving away from Java. Now, I'm taking a course on C++ (Visual C++) and then decided to learn Python on my own, after reading a few posts and checking it o... 
Posted August 26, 2008 6:37:56 AM
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