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Showing posts with label Games Development. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Games Development. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Beginning Unity 3D for iOS: Part 1/3

The tutorial will be split into three parts:

In Part 1, you'll learn the basics of using Unity by creating a game with a simple player control mechanism. You'll also learn how to deploy your project on iOS.

In Part 2, you'll learn how to enhance the player's movements using pre-built controller objects and some scripts found in the standard packages, how to debug using Unity Remote, and how to customize the scene.

In Part 3, you'll add gameplay to your project and build on game design concepts that include adding prefabs, timers, menus and sounds to enrich the game experience.

Ready to add a powerful new framework to your skillset? Keep reading on! :]

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

WPF Touch Enabled Brick Ball Game

This game is brick ball game that need to break bricks on top using two balls. In this game you need to handle two bottom bricks (Red and Blue) with your figure. If game ball touch the bottom area then game will be over. You should try your best to complete all the levels. This game will provide you the intermediate file to create your own game levels as many as you want. You can challenge your friend with creating complected game levels.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

DESIGNING RETRO LOOKING GAMES FOR WINDOWS 8

When people talk about "retro" games, they usually refer to most games made for the 1st to 4th generation of gaming consoles. The hallmark of these games are their pixelated visuals and approachable yet challenging game mechanics. I was a huge fan of these games growing up, so most of the ones I make today emulate the visual style and gameplay from this era in gaming history. I wanted to highlight some features of these games and talk about how to recreate them when making your own HTML5 games for Windows 8. Since canvas is perfect for rendering 2D graphics, making a retro-looking game is easy to accomplish and works well on almost any hardware. First, we need to talk about picking an art style.


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