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You too can learn to design and develop classic arcade video games like Pong Pac Man Space Invaders and Scramble Collision detection extra lives power ups and countless other essential design elements were invented by the mostly anonymous designers at the early pioneeringcompanies that produced these great games In this book you’ll go step by step using modern free software tools such as Unity to create five games in the classic style inspired by these classics Pong Breakout Space Invaders Scramble and Pac Man All the source code art and soundsources for the projects are freely available on the companion DVD available with proof of.

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Classic Game Design

Ions dozens of exercises and rules of classic game designContains uniue insights on applying classic game design concepts to modern gamesBrief Table of Contents1 Introduction 2 Tools Of The Trade 3 Pong 4 Classic Paddle Game 5 Breakout 6 Classic Brick Game 7 Space Invaders 8 Classic Vertical Shooter 9 Scramble 10 Classic Scrolling Shooter 11 Pac Man 12 Classic Maze Game Epilogue Appendix I Programming Using UnityScript Appendix II Eight Rules of Classic Game DesignFranz Lanzinger is president and owner of Actual Entertainment Inc Sunnyvale CA and one of the pioneers from the classic game era as programmer and designer of Crystal Castl.

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Purchase at infomerclearningcom You'll discover the fun of making your own games putting in your own color graphics adjusting the scoring coding the AI and creating the sound effects You'll gain a deep understanding of the roots of modern video game design the classics of the seventies and eightiesFEATURESUses five Unity projects to allow for uick experimentation with classic game concepts4 color throughout with companion DVD that includes source code art and full projectsavailable with order number at infomerclearningcomIncludes historical anecdotes direct from one of the fabled Atari coin op programmersDetailed step by step instruct.


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