Creating a Simple 3D Game with XNA
Publisher: Wikibooks 2010
This tutorial is designed to provide a guide to using XNA to help create games in as simple and a visual way as possible. Examples of all of the basic elements to get started on a simple game are included, including controls, sound, and gameplay.
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