240 pages , Apress , 2017-05-18 Design and create video games using Construct 2. No prior experience is required.Game Development with Construct 2 teaches you to create 12 different game projects from a variety of genres, including car racing and tower defense to platformer and action-adventure. The software is user friendly and powerful, and the games you create can be ...[Read More]
62 pages , 2020-12-11 This awesome activity book, packed with hilarious and intriguing "would you rather" questions, is a perfect solution for kids parties, family game nights, long car rides, and every other occasion when you need a fun and engaging game to play!Whether you're at home with your family, on a long car trip, in a classroom, or even trying to make an awkward small ...[Read More]
125 pages , Sandwich Islands Pub , 1998 Fully illustrated with over 600 captioned pictures, this compendium is easy to use with quick reference guides on each page providing assistance wherever gameplay help is needed. Covers such popular games as Quake, Mission Impossible, Clay Fighter, Golden Eye 007, Mischief Makers, MK Mythologies, Bomberman 64, Duke Nukem 3D, and Co...[Read More]
509 pages , Course Technology Ptr , 2007 Within the world of video games, characters become almost living entities. Through the use of logic and artificial intelligence, the video-game character is able to act and react to each situation. As the designer, you hold the character's creative expression in your control. Game Character Animation All in One is a comprehensive ...[Read More]
614 pages , McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages , 2004 SPORT IN SOCIETY is the definitive text for the sport sociology course. Taking a global, issues-oriented approach to study the role of sport in society, this text encourages the discussion of current sports-related controversies and helps students develop critical thinking skills.
102 pages , 2020-06-08 This book is a fun and thought-provoking conversation game where you and other players have to pick between two situations and each person might give a different answer to. It is also easy to get into some amazing conversations by just asking "why" after a "Would you rather question". Great for boys, girls, teens and adults.