So you want to be a Computer Game Developer?
by Diana Gruber
Publisher: Fastgraph 2000
If you have the brains, the talent, and the courage to take risks, a career in Computer Game Development may be right for you. The glory, the money, the job security and the creative satisfaction can all be yours, but only if you have what it takes to do the job.
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by Fabian Birzele - Java Cooperation
A very detailed introduction into the development of online games using Java. The text will lead you from the basic structure of an applet to the development of a whole game. Topics covered: AI, level editors, random generation of landscapes, etc.
This book is a series of tutorials to help new users learn Blender. The tutorials increase in difficulty, and later tutorials build on the lessons in previous ones. Therefore, Blender beginners should follow the tutorials in sequence.
by Bob Nystrom - gameprogrammingpatterns.com
Game Programming Patterns is a book on architectural patterns in game code. I dug up and polished the best patterns I've found in games and presented them here so that we can spend our time inventing things instead of re-inventing them.
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.