|Programming for the Artist|
Instructor: Lindsay Grace
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|Programming for the Artist Syllabus||Course Assignments, schedule, and policy||0|
|Assignment Samples||Links to examples of completed assignments to help you understand what is expected of each group.||0||HTML|
|Student Games Samples||Images from student work completed in this course.||1||HTML|
|Week 1 Reading||Game programming required reading for week1||1||HTML|
|Game Development Engine List||Suggested game development environments and engines.||1||HTML|
|Blitz Reading||Suggested reading for students using the Blitz3D Engine||1||HTML|
|Game Engine Questions||Questions to ask when evaluating a game IDE||1||HTML|
|Week 2 Reading||Game programming required reading for week 2||2||HTML|
|Week 3 Reading||Game programming required reading for week 3||3||HTML|
|Mel Introductory Primer||A document outlining the syntax rules and basic techniques for MEL scripting.||8|
|MEL Concepts Introduction||An introduction to MEL sripting and a website containing MEL scripts.||8||HTML|
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