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Android Game Programming & Development for Beginners

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Requirements

You do not need to be able to code at all because a Java introduction/refresher is part of the course
You just need to be proficient with your chosen operating system
The course is shown on a Windows PC but apart from Android Studio setup, the course is relevant for Mac as well. You can see basic […]

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Beginning C++ Game Programming

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Published 7th October 2016

ISBN 9781786466198
Paperback 520+ pages.
Update! The first two projects are now available in video tutorial format from Udemy

6 hours, 2 games, No experience necessary

Beginning C++ Game Programming: Learn C++ from scratch using the OpenGL-powered SFML. Currently, there are no graphical/OpenGL based, C++ game coding books for complete beginners. 

This book is all about offering you a […]

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Android Programming for Beginners

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Published on the 31st December 2015.
ISBN 9781785883262.
Paperback 723 pages.

Are you trying to start a career in programming, but haven’t found the right way in? Do you have a great idea for an app, but don’t know how to make it a reality? Or maybe you’re just frustrated that “to learn Android, you must know java.” If so, […]

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Android Game Programming by Example

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Published on the 30th June 2015.
ISBN 139781785280122.
Paperback 388 pages.

The book is best suited for existing Android or Java programmers who want to adapt their skills to make exciting Android games. The book starts by using slightly beyond beginner level Java and steadily increases the difficulty. The book is also for determined readers who might have no […]

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Learning Java by Building Android Games

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Published on the 31st January 2015.
ISBN 9781784398859.
Paperback 392 pages.

Want to learn Java for Android? Even if you are completely new to either Java, Android, or game programming but are aiming to publish Android games, then this book is for you. This book also acts as a refresher for those who already have experience in Java on other […]

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