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Game Programming by Penn Wu

Small book cover: Game Programming

Game Programming
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Publisher: Global Text Project
Number of pages: 312

Description:
These lecture notes are designed to help students to learn fundamental principles that apply to game programming regardless of the language they use to create the game. These principles include gathering input from users, processing game data, and rendering game objects to the screen.

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