3D Game Programming All in One

Front Cover
Thomson/Course Technology, 2004 - Computers - 812 pages
4 Reviews
Get ready for an amazing journey into the world of game development! "3D Game Programming All in One" is your one-stop tour guide into this new world. If you believe that you can create games that are as cool asor cooler thanthe ones youve been playing, nows your chance to prove it. This book will give you the training, experience, and tools you need to turn your ideas into reality. Using a well-defined toolkit of programs, knowledge, skills, and ideas "3D Game Programming All in One" covers each step required to make a fully featured game. Youll cover everything from opportunities within the game industry and elements of a 3D game to programming concepts, modeling, textures, and music. All you need to begin your journey is a creative idea and the enthusiasm to bring that idea to life.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

About the author (2004)

Kenneth C. Finney teaches in the Game Development and Entrepreneurship program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, where he runs the Game Development Workshop. Ken has taught game design, level and GUI design, game development, programming, and prototyping at the Art Institute of Toronto where he was lead faculty member in the Game Art & Design program for five years. Ken is the creator of the popular TubettiWorld "Online Campaign" Mod and the "QuicknDirty" game management tools for NovaLogic's Delta Force 2 game series. In addition to being an associate developer of the Torque Game Engine at GarageGames, Ken is the author of several books about game programming including 3D Game Programming All In One, 1st & 2nd Editions and Advanced 3D Game Programming All In One. Ken is 50% owner of TubettiWorld Games, Inc. (TWG), an Ontario-based company that is creating a new and unique Action/Adventure game based on the original TubettiWorld design, using Torque Game Engine Advanced. The team that Finney has assembled at TWG was responsible for delivering a 3D action racing game for a major U.S. toy manufacturer in 2008.

Bibliographic information