Microsoft XNA Game Studio 4.0: Learn Programming Now!

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    Now you can build your own games for your Xbox 360, Windows Phone 7, or Windows-based PC-as you learn the underlying concepts for computer programming. Use this hands-on guide to dive straight into your first project-adding new tools and tricks to your arsenal as you go. No experience required! Learn XNA and C# fundamentals-and increase the challenge with each chapter Write code to create and control game behavior Build your game's display-from graphics and text to lighting and 3-D effects Capture and cue sounds Process input from keyboards and gamepads Create features for one or multiple players Tweak existing games-and invent totally new ones

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    Number of Pages: 464
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780735651579
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    Listed in: Games development & programming
    Publisher: Microsoft Press,U.S.

    Books by Rob Miles

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