Posts Tagged Sample Code

Simple AI Example

Oct 27, 2012

I recently put together a simple AI example in Processing. If you haven’t heard of Processing, and would like a quick intro to it, I’ve also made a video tutorial on getting started with Processing [update: this video series I made later is a much more thorough programming introduction, also using Processing]. Try playing it… Read more »

PHP and Database Intro Tutorial (Video)

Sep 30, 2012

In a previous entry I touched upon why learning php/MySQL is valuable for videogame development. In this 30 minute video tutorial, I’ll help you get started: WARNING: Be aware that because this is very introductory, little/no attention has been paid here to security. Before inviting the public, Google for “SQL injection attacks” (when user input… Read more »

Start Programming Today: Free Tools and No Experience Required (40 min.)

Aug 31, 2012

This is a bit of an experiment – right around the time I was starting to get the swing of those audio-only podcast-style entries, I decided to try another video tutorial like the one I made for Unity. However this time I’m focusing purely on introductory programming, which requires a somewhat different approach than the… Read more »

Beginning Unity Tutorial (Video)

Apr 30, 2012

Unity is completely free to use, so long as we don’t need the Pro features. The free version is quite complete, as it includes everything needed to create finished games and compile them for Mac, Windows, and in-browser play. To help more developers get started in Unity, I created a one hour tutorial this semester… Read more »

ActionScript 3 Entries and Notes on HTML5

Dec 31, 2011

One of the more common questions I’ve been receiving via e-mail and finding on forums is about programmers familiar with some other language (Java, C#, C++) aiming to switch to ActionScript 3 for developing web/Flash games. The benefits of this transition are broader distribution (easy to reach thousands of players, or more, within days), trivial… Read more »

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