A framework for programming language and platform agnostic application development. It was developed by Microsoft and the most well known implementation is Microsoft .Net for Windows. Another implementation is Mono which runs on Windows, OS X and Linux. The most common programming language for .Net ...
Are there famous games written in .Net and/or XNA?
As games are based on many different subsystems things like graphics (DirectX, OpenGL, ...), sound (OpenAL, Ogg Vorbis, ...) or physics (collisions, ...), what libraries do you know that are useful ...
I recently learned that the MMO Minecraft is powered by Java from a recent interview on CVG.co.uk on a possible collaboration between two former and now competing colleagues. In the interview he ...
I'm experimenting on a small top-down space shooter where the player controls a ship and he can shoot bullets toward the direction of the mouse cursor. My question is how can I shoot the bullets with ...
I'm developing a Real-Time game which should hold thousands of players in real-time (FPS like. max 1s lag). What would be the best infrastructure for this? My idea was using 2 server clusters - one ...
So, I want to use textures for weapons in my FPS game instead of actual models. However, if I just draw the texture onto a square in the game, it has the rotation and stuff, but it looks "2D". How ...
I am new to .Net and C# and I am interested in game development . I just studied about Mono-andriod and mono-iOS but they are not free to use . I also read about XNA and I think its free to use . So ...
I have an artillery game (hobby-learning project) and when the projectile hits it leaves a hole in the ground. I want this hole to have antialiased edges. I'm using System.Drawing for this. I've tried ...
I'm making a game and I need to load some text files to create levels. After much frustration in trying to get them to work I placed the files in the debug folder of my project (I think this is a bad ...
I am working on making my own simple collision resolution class so I can learn a bit about how it works, while also improving my entity-component model framework. For those of you unfamiliar with a ...
so like the title says i'm trying to think of ways that i can basically improve my level/map data. Currently it's "alright" but i don't feel it's great. There's certain things that i'd like to-do to ...