Programming Linux Games (John R. Hall, et al)

 
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Programming Linux Games (John R. Hall, et al)

This comprehensive manual on creating Linux games was created by professionals in the field. It covers the fundamentals of Linux game programming as well as major multimedia toolkits (including a lengthy treatment of the Simple DirectMedia Layer). Readers will gain knowledge on the state of the Linux gaming industry as well as how to create and share Linux games with other Linux gamers.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
John R. Hall studied computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology and worked as a contractor with Loki Software.
Published
Published Date / Year
1 edition (August 2001)
Hardcover
415 pages
eBook Format
PDF (433 pages, 1.8 MB)
ISBN-10
1886411492
ISBN-13
978-1886411494

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