Berinstein, P., Arnaud, R., Ardolino, A., Franco, S., Herubel, A., McCutchan, J., Nedelcu, N., Nitschke, B., Olmstead, D., Robinet, F., Ronchi, C., Turkowski, R., Walter, R., Samour, G.
2014, XIX, 220 p. 84 illus.
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Offers game developers new techniques for streamlining the critical game tools pipeline.
Inspires game developers to share their secrets and improve the productivity of the entire industry.
Helps game industry practitioners compete in a hyper-competitive environment.
Game Development Tool Essentials provides must-have tips and tricks from industry professionals for strengthening and streamlining your game tools pipeline. Everyone knows the game tools pipeline is important, but in the current environment of shrinking budgets and increased time pressure, developers often have to settle for inefficient, ad hoc, messy pipelines.
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Covers readily available tools and tools developers can build themselves.
Presents 96 code samples, 81 illustrations, and end-of-chapter references.