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Gary Rosenzweig's ActionScript 3.0 Game Programming University shows you how  to use ActionScript, the programming language behind Flash CS3 Professional. The lessons teach you all the basics of ActionScript programming through game examples, but the code can be easily adapted to non-game-oriented projects, such as web training and advertising. Written by a real-world Flash developer, this book presents you with the source code of 16 complete games and lays the foundation for you to create your own games. Gary also provides a companion website - flashgameu.com,  which contains files, updates, new content, Gary's blog and much more. 
 
 

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As a youngster, Gary Rosenzweig was allowed to play video games whenever he wanted, as long as his homework was done first. His parents got him an Atari 2600 and an assortment of games. He loved to play Adventure, Asteroids, Pitfall, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and even that dreadful E.T. game.

 

At age 13, in 1983, his grandmother gave him a new TRS-80 Model III. The first thing he did with it was learn to program. And then, make games. He made some text adventure games, and then some RPG games, and then some arcade games. He was allowed to stay up all night making games, as long as his homework was done first.

 

In high school, Gary got to play with the Apple II computers pretty much whenever he wanted, as long as his schoolwork was done first. He made space shuttle simulators and spreadsheet programs. And some games.

 

Gary went on to study computer science in college, at Drexel University. There he was told that with his degree, he could go on to be a programmer at any high-tech firm making business applications. But he wanted to make games, even if it was on the side, after he got his work done first.

 

After a side trip to get a Master's degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Gary ended up getting a job where he could make games for kids using Macromedia Director.

 

Then, they invented the Internet. It was soon followed by Shockwave, a way to play Director content in web pages. Gary started making his own games for his own website in the evening,

after his work was done first.

 

In 1996, Gary started hiw own company, CleverMedia, to produce games for the Web. He was soon creating both Shockwave and Flash games with some of the most creative people he ever met. CleverMedia and its sites grew over the years to become the single largest collection of web-based games by a single company. Gary has created more than 300 games in the past 12 years, most of which can be found at CleverMedia's main game site, www.GameScene.com.

 

Gary also likes to share what he knows. His sites http://FlashGameU.com, www.Director-Online.com, and www.DeveloperDispatch.com contain information for other developers. He has also written many books, including Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript for Fun & Games, Special Edition Using Director MX, and Advanced Lingo for Games. Gary wrote this book mostly on evenings and weekends, after his other work was done first.

 

Gary lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife, Debby, and daughter, Luna. Debby and Gary also own The Attic Bookstore, an unusual used bookstore in Englewood, Colorado. Luna is only 5 years old, but is already playing games on her Macintosh computer, after her homework is done first, of course.


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  • 出版社: Que; 1版 (2007/9/8)
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  • ISBN-13: 978-0789737021
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5つ星のうち 5.0 For casual game development for the web, get this book 2014/2/18
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I've always been interested in creating games, since I am an avid game player and a software developer. My interest is mainly in doing casual games for the web, but I had found the topic less than approachable because of the low level nature of HTML5 canvas.

While I am not a AS3/Flash developer, I am using an API (StageXL) that almost exactly replicates the AS3 API described in this book, and have been able to follow along with Gary as he shows how to build successively more challenging games, starting from simple card matching and Simon, all the way to 3D racing and dungeon crawling games (think of the original Wizardry). This book is literally a treasure trove of game developer information and inspiration which you can use to start creating whatever project you can dream in a very short period of time.
25 人中、25人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 4.0 A great read for upgrading to AS 3, entertaining too. 2007/11/11
投稿者 Thomas B. Talbot - (Amazon.com)
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Lets face it. There are a lot of Actionscript game books out there. This one is good because 1) It is entertaining and readable & 2) It's the first game book I have found that works for the new actionscript 3.0.

The code itself isn't exactly as object oriented as I would like, but thats true of all the other game books out there too. It does have enough object oriented content to show some amazingly different, and simple methods for making game characters, detecting collisions, and managing objects that are possible with actionscript 3.0. I value this book as a 'how to upgrade' from 2.0 to 3.0.

The games themselves are pretty good and there is a nice variety of game styles to appeal to a wide audience. For a basic game programming book, it omits or glosses over a few important topics such as caching vector objects as bitmaps, pseudo 3-D and optimization in general.

All in all, I suggest this book if you are upgrading skills to actionscript 3.0 or want to write flash games. If you get this book, I also recommend Foundation Actionscript 3.0 Animation: Making Things Move! to round out your collection.
5つ星のうち 5.0 I though it was very useful. I like this book because I forgot how ... 2015/8/9
投稿者 Doug warner - (Amazon.com)
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I though it was very useful. I like this book because I forgot how to actually use action script and this book made it easy to get me back on the right track. lot of the other books assume I know how to do the basics, when that is usually the first things I forget...like what files are needed, where to save them and how to name and initialize them correctly...the other stuff like c language is easy enough to pick up with out being recovered, but this book also goes over that stuff for real beginners...even thought the books says it is not for beginners?
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5つ星のうち 5.0 The Reference for Learning ActionScript 3 and Flash 2009/1/15
投稿者 Thomas McNamee - (Amazon.com)
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After many years' experience developing software, I decided to look into Flash to do some casual games and presentation code for the Web. I bought three books -- this is the best.
All books covered much of the same ground, but 'University' covered a bit more. In addition to timeline-based animation, the author shows how he uses timers to allow games to operate at the correct speed regardless of the kind of computer or connection they are running on. All books had examples, but 'University' does more, showing the best approach and configuration for programming Flash games. Only 'University', I feel, was sufficiently complete to stand alone. Plus it is fun, easy to read, and succinct, using only a fraction of the space to explain common concepts. The examples are complete games in themselves, and the author grants permission to use them as a basis for your own games.
In addition, this book is supported by a Web site, [...] with source code, active forums, and frequent participation by the author. The author clearly has a committment to this material and the Flash community.
Pitched at beginning programmers (if you understand variables, conditionals, and functions, you can understand this book), I recommend this as your first book for Flash game programming. You probably won't need another.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Everything a Flash programmer could ever want 2012/12/8
投稿者 Joshila - (Amazon.com)
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I torrented this, and it was so helpful that I went and bought it. I had messed with ActionScript before, but I had never really programmed any games with it.

This book teaches ActionScript from the ground up, getting you used to setting up everything that goes on behind the scenes in games. EVERYTHING. Not too slow, pretty speedy, but not TOO fast. And it teaches you in such a way that you write things yourself and memorize things by heart, since if you're like me, you like making extra little tests with each piece of code you learn. And then it has pre-made game examples to get your imagination running. I should probably also mention that all code is downloadable from the creator's website, so you can get lazy if you want, or compare your code with the original.

I friggin love this book.
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