C# and Game Programming (Second Edition): A Beginner's Guide

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 29, 2003 - Computers - 600 pages
Learn Microsoft C# and game programming at the same time with this spirited, hands-on book that teaches the fundamentals of the C# language through classic arcade game applications. Complete source code for games like Battle Bit, Asteroid Miner, and Battle Tennis demonstrates game programming strategies and complements the comprehensive treatment of C# in the text. From the basics of adding graphics and sound to games, to advanced concepts such as the .Net framework and object-oriented programming, this book provides the foundations for a beginner to become a full-fledged programmer.

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I have learned alot about writing programs from the book C# and Game Programing. I would recommend this book to any beginner in C# programing. L. Rolfe

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