Sunday, September 03, 2006

XNA 101: Learning to Code Games

So, you want to create a game for the Xbox 360 or a Windows PC. Your looking for examples, tutorials, videos, and samples. You have found the place you need to be. I have a list here of sites that hope to help you achieve your gaming goal, a round-up of the latest sites I have found from around the web. So, without further ado, let's jump right in. (All links in this article open in a new window.)

MSDN.com is the Microsoft Developers Network, an online community for developers using Microsoft's developer tools. MSDN has forums for Game Technologies Forums available from Microsoft and the XNA Forum is located here as is the XNA Team Blog. Several other blogs of note on MSDN that include tutorials, tools, or commentary about XNA are:

XNATutorial.com - Video tutorials.

Krishna's XNA Space - XNA training/learning site.

George Clingerman's Blog - Tutorials and game.

XNADevelopment.com - Tutorials and source code.

Dev360.de - Site in German.

Xbox360Homebrew.com - Tutorials, discussions, and code.
TheZBuffer.com - Articles and resources.

TheHazeyMind.com - Tutorials and articles.

LearnXNA.com - Video tutorials and articles.

XNASpot.com - Tutorials, articles, and code.
Also, check out 15 Great XNA Tutorial Sites.

**EDIT(1-10-2007)
If you are looking for an easy way to keep up with the XNA Community head on over to http://xnaportal.com/.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Umm... dev360.de is in German, not Swedish...

tijir said...

Thanks :)

Anonymous said...

Well looks like i can start learning code. Good Thank you

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