Teach Yourself Internet Game Programming with Java in 21 Days

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Sams.net, 1996 - Computers - 416 pages
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Game developers will turn to this book for the latest information on Game programming technology. It shows in detail how to use Java to program games for interactive use on the Internet and World Wide Web. Since the Net represents the next evolutionary step for game programming, this book is sure to be a hit.
-- Details information on the Java Developer's kit, class libraries, and multi-player gaming
-- Covers Java's SDK and teaches ways to exploit its power in game programming
-- CD-ROM includes the source code from the book and sample applications and demo software from the leading Internet game development companies

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Michael Morrison is a writer, developer, toy inventor, and author of a variety of computer technology books and interactive Web-based courses. In addition to his primary profession as a writer and freelance nerd for hire, Michael is the creative lead at Stalefish Labs, an entertainment company he co-founded with his wife, Masheed. The first commercial debut for Stalefish Labs is a traditional social/trivia game called Tall Tales: The Game of Myths, Legends, and Creative One-Upmanship (http: //www.talltalesgame.com/). When not glued to his computer, playing hockey, skateboarding, or watching movies with his wife, Michael enjoys hanging out by his koi pond. You can visit Michael on the Web at http: //www.michaelmorrison.com/.

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