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  1. Buying Interphase from Zenva

    I noticed I can buy Interphase from Zenva for a few bucks cheaper than on gumroad. Is it exactly the same content from each site?
  2. Free HTML5 ebook

    Hi, I wrote an ebook about the development of my game engine and thought it was wise to share. Have a look and let me know! Arrow Game Engine.pdf
  3. Hello all, As you surely know it, Babylon.js is a webgl game framework that you can use to create awesome games (and the official forum is right here!). I've been working on the very first Babylon.js ebook for several months, and today, this book is finished : I named it Learning Babylon.js. What is included in the book: - Getting started with Babylon.js (Hello world in 3D!) - Learn how to use primitives (box, spheres, torus,...), default cameras and lights - Detailed guide on materials and textures - Particles - Shadows - Collisions - Intersections - Physics engine (Oimo.js) - User inputs (keyboard/gamepad) - Animations - How to use exporters (3DSMax, Blender, Unity) - Shaders - Skeletons/bones - And more! The main goal of this book is to CREATE a whole game, chapter by chapter: start with the basics (cubes, spheres and torus), add materials, replace with custom 3D models exported from 3DSMax/Blender,... The game you will create is greatly inspired from the Super Monkey Ball serie. I tried to explain all concepts and notions a game developer can meet in a game creation: by the end of the book, you will have a complete game to play with, and (I hope!) enough knowledge to create your own. Sadly, I was not able to handle all Babylon.js features in this book alone (I would have spent a whole year on it, and Babylon.js creators are adding new features every day!), but I tried to cover as much as I can with one game. You can find some more information here : http://learningbabylonjs.com/, as well as some screenshots of the book. I hope it will help you in your next Babylon.js projects. If you have any questions, remarks, I'm not far from this forum Julian
  4. Learning Babylon.js - The ebook!

    Hello all, As some of you already knew it, I've been working on the a Babylon.js ebook for several months. Today, this book is finished, and I named it Learning Babylon.js. What is included in the book: - Getting started with Babylon.js (Hello world in 3D!) - Learn how to use primitives (box, spheres, torus,...), default cameras and lights - Detailed guide on materials and textures - Particles - Shadows - Collisions - Intersections - Physics engine (Oimo.js) - User inputs (keyboard/gamepad) - Animations - How to use exporters (3DSMax, Blender, Unity) - Shaders - Skeletons/bones - And more! The main goal of this book is to CREATE a whole game, chapter by chapter: start with the basics (cubes, spheres and torus), add materials, replace with custom 3D models exported from 3DSMax/Blender,... The game you will create is greatly inspired from the Super Monkey Ball serie. By the end of the book, you will have a complete game to play with, and (I hope!) enough knowledge to create your own. Sadly, I was not able to handle all Babylon.js features in this book alone (I would have spent a whole year on it, and DK is adding new features every day!), but I tried to cover as much as I can with one game. You can find some more information here : http://learningbabylonjs.com/, as well as some screenshots of the book. I hope it will help you in your next Babylon.js projects. If you have any questions, remarks, I'm not far from this forum (as you know it:) )
  5. Hi there, I want to present my just released ebook: From Zero to the Appstore - Blueprints for an HTML5 Game The book is a step-by-step guidance to creating and publishing an HTML5 game for mobile devices. The whole process is paired with an example app that is also available for download in the appstores. The frameworks and tools used in the book are: EaselJS, CocoonJS and PhoneGap Build. Why do I post this here? I'll be honest: Primary for marketing purposes - but also I'm looking for reviews & feedback! So if you have a blog I am offering a free copy of the book in exchange for feedback & a review on your blog. Please drop me a note if you're interested. Of course your blog should have SOME traffic and be online a little longer than just 2 weeks, but my requirements are not that high. Get all information about the book(app, samples chapters, ect) at: http://indiegamr.com/zerotoappstore/ Thank you all in advance!