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Ever want to develop your own computer game? Learn the practical concepts of object-oriented programming for game design using Python® in this easy-to-follow, content-filled guide. Whether you're a student, aspiring game developer, or veteran programmer, you'll gain skills as you progress from station to station in a series of clear-cut tutorials on different styles of games. The last stop will be a finished game program for you to show off. Start your journey today on The Express Line to Learning and see where it takes you!
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This is the best introductory book to programming 2D games. The author has not left unsaid in any of the topics on the software development process, creating the game and the game... Read morePublished 13 months ago by greg
Easy to follow book. Uses the older version of Python, which has turned out fine for learning the language.Published 14 months ago by David Baker
Good product for beginning, python, programmers. Can be used as a launch pad for other languages, ie., once you learn how the construct works, it's easier to understand others. Read morePublished 15 months ago by FrijolesMang
Can't say to much since I haven't read it too much, though its required for a class.
It's good for reference though
This is a FANTASTIC guide to beginning game programming. If you already know Python (like I did), you would grasp all of this no problem, and if you don't know Python, Harris will... Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by Austin A Dixon
Exactly what my son wanted to help him with game development.... Thank you from a fellow Hoosier.
Will look for other books by this author.
If you're new to game programming this is the book you should buy first. The language used is Python so it's easy to understand exactly what is going on in the coding examples. Read morePublished on July 18, 2010 by N