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Game Coding Complete by Mike McShaffry
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Game Coding Complete (edition 2005)

by Mike McShaffry

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Title:Game Coding Complete
Authors:Mike McShaffry
Info:Paraglyph Press (2005), Edition: Second Edition, Paperback, 850 pages
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"This book examines the entire game development process and all the unique challenges associated with creating a game. An excellent introduction to game architecture, you will explore all the major subsystems of modern game engines and learn professional techniques used in actual games. This third edition features expanded content and coverage of the latest and most exciting new game programming techniques including AI, multiprogramming, working with scripting languages such as Lua, and writing C� tools like your level editor. All the code and examples presented have been tested and used in commercial video games, and the book is full of invaluable best practices, professional tips and tricks, and cautionary advice"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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