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Each one of the articles listed below accompanies the source-code you can purchase here, from the basics of a physics engine, through client-server remote procedure calling to full games ready for assets and levels.

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Angry birds-alike

  • How to make Angry Birds – part 2 - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This is the 2nd part of my series on how to make a game like Angry Birds by Rovio - and its been a while coming... You can read the first part here. The Game Ok, so here is the game so far; there are three demo levels […]
  • How to make Angry Birds – part 1 - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This time I'm going to try something new. There are many tutorials for various techniques and tricks on the web, but what you don't often see is one that takes you through the development of a game, step by step from start to finish. This is what I'm […]

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Platform game engine

  • How to make a 2d Platform Game – part 3 ladders and AI - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This is part 3 in a series of articles where I talk about how to go about making a 2d platform game like this one: Click the game to give it focus... Apologies for the programmer art, and my level design (not my best qualities!) Here is the […]
  • How to make a 2d platform game – part 2 collision detection - Hello and welcome back to my blog! In this series of articles, I'm talking about the technology behind a platform game. If you missed part 1 you can check it out here. The language is actionscript 3.0, but the techniques are applicable to all languages. In this particular article I'm going to talk about the […]
  • How to make a 2d Platform Game – part 1 - Hello, and welcome back to my blog! Its been a long time coming, but finally I've managed to get some time to work on the blog again... In this first instalment of a series blog articles, I'm going to be explaining step by step how you make this 2d platform game: Click the game to […]

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Multiplayer asteroids game engine

  • How to make a multi-player game – part 2 - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This is part 2 in the series where I talk about making a multi-player game. Last time we built a TCP socket server in node.js and we're able to send and receive complex types. Read the first article if you've not already done so here. Here is a […]
  • How to make a multi-player game – part 1 - Hello and welcome back to my blog! Its been a while since my last post, this is because I've been working on a multi-player game, called mmoAsteroids which you can play by clicking on the icon on the side-bar. This post is my attempt to crystallise the most important points I've learned during the making […]

Personal use licence - USD 49.99

Commercial use licence - USD 199.99


Facebook game engine

  • How to make a Facebook social game - Hi and welcome back to my blog! This time I'm going to talk about the process of making a very basic social game as a Facebook app. It's my hope that if you know how to make a Flash game and have a little bit of PHP/database experience by the end of the article you […]

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Asset packs


Tracker module

  • Composing in-game music – retro style - Hello, and welcome back to my blog! Its time for another guest post - I commissioned this one after a very long search to find an artist talented enough and with the right skill-set for composing in game music in a highly compressed form: Chip tunes. These are steeped in home-computer history and have their […]

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Pixel art tileset

  • Designing a retro pixel-art tile-set - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This time something a little different - I commissioned a guest post about designing a tile-set from a studio who specialise in pixel-art. After searching long and hard to find exactly the right style I was after I settled on a company from Poland called Blackmoon design. Check […]

USD 9.99


Physics / Collision detection


Collision detection tutorial

  • Collision detection for dummies - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This article is a kind of companion article to Physics engines for dummies and talks about the act of actually detecting a collision between two shapes. This article assumes the reader has a basic grasp of maths and geometry. Definitions I will define matrices in bold uppercase, vectors in uppercase […]

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Physics engine tutorial

  • Physics engines for dummies - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This time i'm going to talk about the basic components that make up a physics engine and how to put them together; this tutorial is aimed at programmers who have a basic grasp of maths and geometry but would like to step into the world of simulation. It […]

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Speculative contacts engine

  • Speculative Contacts – a continuous collision engine approach - Hello and welcome back to my blog... Today i'm going to talk about a continuous collision detection technique called Speculative Contacts which has been employed in games such as Little Big Planet PS3 and PSP versions. First of all we need to answer some basic questions. What is continuous collision detection? Continuous collision detection attempts to solve the bullet through […]

USD 19.99


Client-server RPC


RPC engine

  • Client->server communication using json, silverlight and php - Hi and welcome back to my blog! This time i'm going to talk about some of the technology we created for our game PuzzleShare; the client->server communication system. The system we created uses silverlight on the client, but the code and techniques are applicable to all .net languages. In PuzzleShare we use this system for […]

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Isometric


Isometric tutorial

  • Isometric coordinate systems – the modern way - Hello and welcome back to my blog! This time i'm going to cover a subject aimed at beginners setting out trying to make a simple isometric 2d, grid based game. The reason i thought this would be of use is because i've not seen isometric coordinate systems described this way before, and i thought it […]

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