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Focus On 2D in Direct3D (Premier Press Game Development Series) (edition 2002)

by Ernest Pazera

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Armed with a copy of Quake III, a few tools, and a little knowledge readers can get up to the standard of a professional mod developer. A mod is a way of expanding the game. Readers should be able to get something playable on their screen by the end of the second chapter.
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Title:Focus On 2D in Direct3D (Premier Press Game Development Series)
Authors:Ernest Pazera
Info:Muska & Lipman/Premier-Trade (2002), Edition: 1, Paperback, 271 pages
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