Game Programming in C++ (Addison Wesley)
Tuesday, 15 May 2018

This is a practical, hands-on approach to programming 3D video games in C++. Modeled on Sanjay Madhav’s game programming courses at USC, it aims to be fun, easy, practical, hands-on, and complete.  The book shows how to use C++ in all facets of real-world game programming, including 2D and 3D graphics, physics, AI, audio, and user interfaces and has practical exercises and start-to-finish projects that grow in complexity. Throughout, Madhav pays special attention to demystifying the math that all professional game developers need to know.

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Author: Sanjay Madhav
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Date: April 2018
Pages: 528
ISBN: 978-0134597201
Print: 0134597206
Kindle: B07B2ZG8V4
Audience: Games developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Graphics & Games

 

 

  • Set up your C++ development tools quickly, and get started
  • Implement basic 2D graphics, game updates, vectors, and game physics
  • Build more intelligent games with widely used AI algorithms
  • Implement 3D graphics with OpenGL, shaders, matrices, and transformations
  • Integrate and mix audio, including 3D positional audio
  • Detect collisions of objects in a 3D environment
  • Efficiently respond to player input
  • Build user interfaces, including Head-Up Displays (HUDs)
  • Improve graphics quality with anisotropic filtering and deferred shading
  • Load and save levels and binary game data. 

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