98-374 Gaming Development Fundamentals
May 2013, ©2014
• Understand Game Design
• Understand Hardware
• Understand Graphics
• Understand Animation
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Lesson 2: Identifying and Managing Game Requirements 27
Lesson 3: Creating the Game Output Design 47
Lesson 4: Designing Specific Game Components 84
Lesson 5: Developing the Game User Interface (UI) 146
Lesson 6: Developing the Game Functionality 187
- Covers all aspects of creating a video game - from idea-creation to designing a virtual world through to developing characters and plotlines. Covers all platforms: from Xbox to PC to handheld gaming devises.
- Designed for classroom use; perfect for adding game programming to an existing programming course.
- Covers everything required to earn the Microsoft Technology Associate certification.
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