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Build Your Own PC Game in Seven Easy Steps: Using Visual Basic

by Scott Palmer

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Build Your Own PC Game in Seven Easy Steps teaches you the skills youneed to start programming good PC games for Windows(TM). Step by step, you'llsee how to pull a game together. The first step is deciding what type of game to program (adventure, arcade, orthe ubiquitous other), and move on to planning your game, prototyping it, andproviding for interactivity with the player. Then you'll learn to incorporategraphics, use animation and 3D effects, and add music and sound. The final stepis getting your game ready to market. Throughout the book, specific coding examples in Visual Basic(TM) will show youhow to implement concepts. Relatively easy to use, Visual Basic is a good wayto learn game programming basics. You'll discover tips and techniques formaking the most of this popular programming environment in building your games.

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